Eminent Punjabi singer Parmish Verma, known for his tracks, Gaal Nahin Kadhnai, Kachhe Pakke Yaar, Le Chakk Mein Aa Gaya, Police and many others, was reportedly shot last night by some unknown people in Mohali.
As the man kept firing away, Verma called up the police chief of Mohali, Kuldeep Singh Chahal, who advised him to keep driving. The police official said that they were reviewing CCTV footage obtained from the spot as part of the investigation into the incident.
Reportedly, both the victims are out of danger at the moment.
Born in Patiala July 3, Verma shot to fame with the song "Gaal ni kadni". It stopped in front of his vehicle near Sector 74 of Mohali and fired shots at him.
Dhahan's Facebook post read, "Mein dilpreetsinghdhahansariya nu dasnachaunda k ajjparmishverma de goliyabazianapamariya(I, Dilpreet Singh Dhahan, want to tell everyone that I am behind the shooting of Parmish Verma)".
In the post, the gangster also said that the singer had a choice of whether he wanted to "listen to others".
Along with the post, the gangster also shared a selfie with his pistol and another photo of the singer with a red cross drawn across it.
The gangster also said that Mr Verma was "lucky to be alive". He updated his Facebook status with a picture of himself holding a gun and a cross against Verma's face.
The gangster's motive to claim responsibility for the shooting was unclear.
Apparently, a man named Dilpreet Singh Dhahan has taken responsibility of the shooting.
A First Information Report or FIR has been registered against unknown individuals.
His another hit party number "Gaal Ni Kadni", released a year ago, has over 118 million views on YouTube.