Undoubtedly, the late Sidhu Moose Wala was a legendary singer, known for creating music that captivated listeners, making them hit the replay button repeatedly. His global fame was due to his chart-topping tracks.
Tragically, on May 29, he was fatally shot, sending shockwaves through news outlets and social media. His untimely passing left the Punjabi film and music industry in a state of disbelief.
Now the Matchbox Shots, a production house mentored by Sidhu Moosewala and Sriram Raghavan, known for producing cult films and series such as Andhadhun, Monica O My Darling, Scoop, has obtained the rights to the book titled “Who Killed Moosewala? – The twisted narrative of violence in Punjab.”
Jupinderjit Singh expressing his anticipation said, “The moment the book was published, there was a lot of interest from various production houses. I was really impressed with the kind of work Matchbox Shots is producing, and I am thrilled that they have taken the rights to the book to develop it further.”
In this year’s June release, the book delves into the spine tingling narrative surrounding the life of Shubhdeep Singh Sidhu, renowned as Sidhu Moosewala, exploring the realms of crime, celebrity, and misfortune. Within its pages, readers are taken on a gripping journey through the complex tapestry of Moosewala’s life, unearthing the stark contrast between his meteoric rise to stardom in the music industry and the shadowy underworld of crime that lurked beneath.