Bollywood actor Varun Dhawan has revealed that an Indian music firm did purchase the rights for Abrar ul Haq’s 2002-hit Nach Punjaban, weeks after Pakistani singer turned politician introduced to take authorized motion in opposition to the Dharma Productions and T-Collection.
The 35-year-old not too long ago appeared in a present throughout promotion for his upcoming film JugJugg Jeeyo. When requested in regards to the controversy, he revealed that the movie’s music firm had purchased the rights to the unique.
Varun additionally appreciated Abrar’s authentic track. “I need to say to Abrar that he sang the track so effectively, It’s wonderful, excellent and we beloved it,” he advised the interviewer.
Earlier, Pakistani singer-songwriter known as out Karan Johar and music large for stealing Nach Punjaban, which is making waves in India.
He shared a clip titled “Cease stealing our songs,” through which he introduced initiating authorized motion. Merely saying that the credit score has been given as a result of the track is effectively written and would make their film successful. I by no means gave you the track, he added.
Later, the music firm claimed that they purchased the rights and launch an announcement that learn that every one due credit will likely be included when the music itself releases.