Abrar-ul-haq Sent a Legal Notice to the Music Company for Including His Song in an Indian Film

Abrar-ul-haq Sent a Legal Notice to the Music Company for Including His Song in an Indian Film

Posted on Jun 27, 2022

Leading singer and musician Abrar-ul-Haq has sent a legal notice to an Indian music company for including his famous song 'Nach Punjaban Nach' in an Indian film without permission.

In a tweet on the micro-blogging site Twitter, the Pakistani singer said, "My lawyer in the UK has sent a legal notice to the movie box for the misuse of my song 'Nach Punjaban.”

He said further progress would be made in the next few days.

Abrar-ul-Haq's old popular song 'Nach Punjaban Nach' is included in filmmaker Karan Johar's film 'Jug Jug Jiyo' and has been released under the banner of the T-series. The revelation that Abrar-ul-Haq had sent a legal notice to the Indian music company came to light two days after the release of the said film.

Earlier, a clip of an interview with Bollywood actor Varun Dhawan, who played the lead role in the film, also went viral on social media in which he was seen thanking actor Abrar-ul-Haq. I would like to say to Abrarji that he sang the original song. We liked it very much. Our music company bought the song rights, and now this song is going well. Thank you, Abrar.

The film's trailer was released last month, after which Abrar-ul-Haq accused his songs of being included and copied in the film without permission.

Abrar-ul-Haq had said in his tweets that he had not sold the rights of 'Nach Punjaban Nach' to anyone, and anyone who would include his song in any film or album without permission would be fully prosecuted against him. Have the right to take action.

The Pakistani singer's allegations were refuted by Karan Johar, a T-series and music record company, Movie Box, who said that he had acquired the copyrights of 'Nach Punjaban Nach.'

After the Indian music record company's refusal, Abrar-ul-Haq announced legal action against the T-series and filmmaker Karan Johar. Still, later by releasing the song, the Indian film-maker and record label company gave credit to Abrar-ul-Haq. However, despite getting credit, Abrar-ul-Haq announced going to court against Karan Johar and T-Series.

The singer shared his short video in his tweet on June 4, announcing that he would soon go to court against the Indian company.



Hamza Sarfraz

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