Bollywood film Brahmastra’s newest music, Kesariya has landed in sizzling waters for allegedly copying Pakistani music band Name’s hit music Laree Choote. The refrain of the music Kesariya from the upcoming Bollywood film Brahmastra is just like that of the Pakistani melody. It’s pertinent to say that Laree Choote was formally featured in Bollywood movie Ek Chalis Ki Final Native starring Neha Dhupia and Abhay Deol function within the music video.
Now actor Feroze Khan has slammed Bollywood for once more plagiarising Pakistani music after Abrar-ul-Haq’s Nach Punjaban.
Just lately Varun Dhawan’s JugJugg Jeeyo stirred controversy when singer Abrar-ul-Haq’s music Nach Punjaban was featured in its trailer. The singer had criticised Karan Johar after the trailer, which featured the music, made rounds on social media platforms.
“I’ve not bought my music Nach Punjaban to any Indian film and reserve the rights to go to court docket to assert damages,” he tweeted. “Producers like Karan Johar shouldn’t use copy songs. That is my sixth music being copied which won’t be allowed in any respect.”
The official music video noticed Abrarul Haq credited for his music. His title was added to the music composition and lyrics beneath the credit. He then introduced to take authorized motion towards Karan Johar and T-series for utilizing his music within the upcoming film JugJugg Jeeyo.