Singer Guru Randhawa attacked from behind in Vancouver
Vancouver : Punjabi singer Guru Randhawa was allegedly attacked by an audience at his concert in Vancouver, Canada. According to a report by The Tribune, he was attacked from behind as he was moving out from Queen Elizabeth Theatre after completing his concert.
"Guru Randhawa was attacked on the head from behind as he tried to exit Queen Elizabeth Theatre," said the report.
It was also mentioned that Guru Randhawa survived the attack and is out of danger. The assaulter has not been identified yet.
A News18 report cites witness statements to state that the alleged assaulter was spotted misbehaving during the length of the Guru Randhawa's performance as well. However, soon after the reported attack, the police arrived with ambulance to attend to Guru Randhawa at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre, reports News18.
Meanwhile, Preet Harpal reacted to the whole incident and shared his thoughts in the social networking website Facebook.
Guru Randhawa's tracks are popular party numbers amongst fans of Punjabi music. He is best known for chartbusters such as Suit Suit, High Rated Gabru, Down Town and Aja Ni Aja. He recently launched Slowly Slowly in collaboration with Pitbull.