Pathaan’s Besharam Rang copied from Pakistani singer Sajjad Ali’s song? Know the details
MUMBAI: Controversy does not leave behind ‘Pathaan’ song ‘Besharam Rang’ (Besharam Rang). Controversy erupted over inappropriate costumes and lyrics in the song’s first scene. With whom many political leaders have fallen on the pitch. The Censor Board also ordered the use of scissors in song scenes. And this time again, a new controversy was seen centered on ‘Beshram Rong’. And this time there was a direct complaint for stealing the melody of the song. A Pakistani singer posted a song on his social media account and claimed that his song’s melody was stolen and turned into “Beshram Rong”.
New controversy around the “Beshram color” –
Recently, Pakistani singer Sajjad Ali posted a video on his social media account. He also wrote suggestive texts. In the caption of the video, he wrote: “After listening to a new movie song, I remembered a song I composed 26 years ago. Which came out 26 years ago. Enjoy ‘Ab Ke Hum Bichar’.’ At the start of the video, he is heard saying, “I was listening to songs from the new movie on YouTube.” Then I heard a song. Listening to which I remembered a song released 25-26 years ago. I listen to you this song. After that he started singing his song ‘Ab Ke Hom Bichare’. Netizens found similarities to the recently released song “Beshram Rong.” Netizens filled in the comments. Someone wrote, “This song is very similar to the song ‘Beshram Rong’ from the movie ‘Pathan’. Someone else wrote: ‘Beshram Rong’ steals the melody from Sajjad Ali’s song. Someone else commented that “most Bollywood songs are plagiarized from somewhere”. The songs are made from Japanese to Pakistani songs. However, no response has been received from the manufacturers so far.
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