The Punjabi rapper-singer Shubh is facing backlash in India since September 2023. Now his video from a stage show, shows that he is wearing a hoodie, back prints ft assassination of India’s former prime minister Indira Gandhi.
These days, a lot of videos are going viral on social media, where the members of BJYM are seen toring down Shubh’s posters. These videos have definitely created fear in the minds of people who will be attending Shubh’s concert in Mumbai.
BookMyShow Cancelled Shubh’s Concert
BookMyShow on Wednesday announced the cancellation of the upcoming India tour of Shubh. The announcement came amidst widespread clamor on social media. Also, the platform has said that the refund of the tickets has started.
Now Moj app has also announced that they’ve taken down all the songs of Shubh from their music library.
Who is Shubh?
Shubhneet Singh is the real name of the singer, and he was born on August 10, 1997, in Punjab, India. He rose to fame with his song “We Rollin” in 2021. Shubh predominately works in the Punjabi music industry, and his songs are quite popular among youngsters.
Shubh did his schooling in Punjab and then moved to Canada for his further studies. Also, there’s not much information available online regarding the singer’s family and siblings.
Shubh comes from a well-to-do family. His father, Avtaar Singh, is a professor, and so is his mother, Jagjeet Kaur. He also has an elder brother named Ravneet Singh, who is also a popular face in the Punjabi industry.
Ravneet Singh is an anchor, actor, and singer. Shubh’s brother Ravneet completed his schooling at Delhi’s Don Bosco School and Birla Vidya Niketan. Later, he graduated from Patiala with a degree in mass communication.
Shubh Citizenship & Religion
Shubh follows Sikhism, and he is an Indian-born and Canada-based singer. Shubh completed his schooling in Punjab and later moved to Canada for further studies. He simultaneously followed music, and while he was in Canada, he released several tracks that became super hits in the past 2–3 years.
Shubh’s Khalistani Links
Khalistan is a demand of some radical Sikh organizations that want a separate homeland for the Sikhs in India. Some people believe that Shubh is also a sympathizer of Khalistan, like some Punjabi singers who openly support the formation of Khalistan in Punjab, India.
Some people believe Shubh is a Khalistani supporter because once he shared a social media post depicting a distorted map of India, omitting Punjab, Jammu and Kashmir has also gone viral, leaving all disappointed. The viral post was shared by Shubh when the Punjab Police were hunting for a fugitive named Amritpal Singh.
Virat Kohli unfollowed Shubh
After the backlash, several notable cricketers, like Virat Kohli, KL Rahul, and Hardik Pandya, among others, have unfollowed the singer on social media. Shubh used to be the favorite singer of Virat Kohli, and he was spotted multiple times jamming to his music.
The news of Shubh facing backlash came just a day after Canadian PM Justin Trudeau criticized India for the killing of Hardeep Singh Nijjar. Trudeau said the Indian government’s agents are responsible for the assassination of Khalistani extremist Hardeep Singh Nijjar.
Also, Boat has also decided to withdraw their sponsorship for Shubh’s upcoming concert in India. The team of Boat released a statement in which they stated, “”At boAt, while our commitment to the incredible music community runs deep, we are first and foremost a true Indian brand. When we became aware of the remarks made by artist Shubh earlier this year, we chose to withdraw our sponsorship from the tour.”
A. Shubh is 25 years old.
A. Shubhneet Singh is the real name of the singer, and he was born on August 10, 1997, in Punjab, India.
A. Shubh is an Indian-born and Canada-based singer.
A. Yes Punjabi Actor, singer, and anchor is the real brother of Shubh.
A. Some people believe Shubh is a Khalistani supporter because once he shared a social media post depicting a distorted map of India, omitting Punjab, Jammu and Kashmir, and other parts of India.