Varun Dhawan has responded to Pakistani singer Abrar-ul-Haq who claimed his music Nach Punjaban was illegally stolen to be recreated as The Punjaabban Music within the simply launched, JugJugg Jeeyo. The music options Varun, Neetu Kapoor, Anil Kapoor and Kiara Advani grooving to the music on the dance flooring. Additionally learn: JugJugg Jeeyo assessment: Entertaining and emotional story that includes handsome individuals
The recreated model has been sung by Gippy Grewal, Zahrah S Khan, Tanishk Bagchi and Romy and Abrar has been credited for the unique on YouTube. Varun was just lately requested to share a message for Abrar, who had earlier shared a video through which he mentioned that he would go to court docket because the music was “stolen”.
On being requested to share a message for Abrar, Varun advised Bollywood Hungama, “He is sung the music so nicely, it is wonderful, excellent. We beloved it. Our music firm purchased the rights and now our music is doing so nicely, so thanks “
Earlier this month, Abrar shared a video through which he mentioned, “Loads of followers have been asking me ‘why have not you gone to the court docket towards Karan Johar and T-Collection for stealing your music Nach Punjaban. The reply is sure. I will the court docket, don’t be concerned. Merely saying that the credit score has been given as a result of the music is well-written and would make their film successful. I by no means gave you the music, I by no means gave anyone the rights to my music. It belongs to me, so I am going to get it again and I am coming to the court docket, see you there.”
He had earlier tweeted, “I’ve not offered my music ‘Nach Punjaban’ to any Indian film and reserve the rights to go to court docket to say damages. Producers like Karan Johar mustn’t use copy songs. That is my sixth music being copied which is not going to be allowed in any respect.”
JugJugg Jeeyo launched on Friday amid constructive evaluations. The movie has been directed by Raj Mehta of Good Newwz fame and revolves round advanced relations.
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