AP Dhillon dons white thobe for visit to Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque

Days after dazzling fans with his Dubai concert, Indo-Canadian singer and rapper AP Dhillon graced the majestic Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi with an immersive visit. Taking to his Instagram handle, the artist shared pictures from his day at the mosque, appreciating the serenity and architectural splendour of the iconic religious landmark. Dhillon, renowned for his dynamic hits like Brown Munde and True Stories, adorned himself in a traditional white thobe and a keffiyeh on his head, as he candidly posed on the expansive white marble floors alongside its signature pillars.
Adding a brief yet eloquent caption “Jannat,” which translates to “Paradise”, Dhillon made no secret of his awe at the intricate designs, ambiance and sheer grandeur of the mosque. In one picture, the singer could be seen walking by the glimmering pools of water, decorated with thousands of mosaic pieces in blue shades. In another, he captured the artistic ceiling of the mosque.