This Is What Happened With Parmish Verma On That Night Before He Got Shot


The Gangster who attacked him admitted the same on Facebook.

Earlier there was little known about the attack, but now more information has come out. A source has revealed to TOI that Parmish was getting ransom related calls since last two months and he had informed about the same to police as well. The source said-

“Parmish has been getting ransom calls for two months now. Since we had many shows lined up, we could not cancel them, so he had informed the police in Mohali about the calls. They were kept in the loop about the ransom calls and Parmish had been following what the police had told him to do while dealing with such calls.”

Talking about what exactly happened that night, the source said-

“On Friday, after midnight (12.30am on Saturday), Parmish and his team and bouncers left for his home. A Hyundai Creta began following them, but the bouncers and his team did not pay much attention to the car as they thought that it was just some fans who must be chasing Parmish for selfies. So they ignored it. His team and bouncers stopped at Parmish’s house, and after the payment was made to the bouncers, they left. Since Parmish had not eaten anything after the gig, he, his brother and Laadi decided to go to JW Marriot to eat. As they were heading to the hotel, they noticed that the same car was following them again. Unhone pehle gaadi ki speed badha li, but the car kept chasing them. Jaise hi yeh log Sector 91 enter karne wale thay, woh car inke ekdum paas aayi, aur unhone goliyan chala di. The attack was meant to kill him, but since the cars were moving, the bullet hit Parmish’s knee. Another bullet hit Laadi’s knee. They managed to reach the highway, but then the car stopped because a bullet had perhaps hit one of the tyres. The assailants’ car was still coming after them. They managed to hide somewhere and then called the SSP, who reached the location quickly and took them all to Fortis hospital.”

We hope for Parmish and his friend’s quick recovery.

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