logo
 
Sonu Nigam, who landed in a soup multiple times, collaborated with Kamaal Rashid Khan aka KRK for a song, Sun Zara. Days after the song's release, the internet found out that the song was a copy of Aye Khuda, crooned by Pakistani singer Omer Nadeem. 

The Pakistani singer called out Nigam on social media and accused him of plagiarism. On Thursday, Nigam addressed the accusations and apologised to the artist, opening up about the 'unintentional' resemblance between both songs. "Just so you all know, I have nothing to do with this. I was requested to do the song by KRK (Kamaal R Khan), who is my neighbour in Dubai. And then couldn't refuse him, even though I don't sing for everyone," Sonu wrote on Instagram," Nigam



wrote.

He further wrote, “If I had heard Omer's version, I would have never sung it.”

Reacting to the Bollywood singer's statement on social media, Nadeem wrote, "I agree with you, I never mentioned in my statement anywhere that you did this. The news took a different turn like it always does. I’ve grown up listening to your songs and have learned a lot from you. I am your huge fan. Love you!”

He continued, "As far as the ‘actual characters’ involved in this drama are concerned, they’re not even on my radar. Mentioning them would be like giving a goldfish a lecture on quantum physics – pointless – and they wouldn’t get it anyway. I’d just keep the focus on things that actually matter."
No Comments For This Post, Be first to write a Comment.
Leave a Comment
Name:
Email:
Comment:
Enter the code shown:


Can't read the image? click here to refresh

Todays Epaper

English Weekly

neerus indian ethnic wear
Latest Urdu News

Do you think Ruturaj Gaikwad would be a good captain for Chennai Super Kings?

Yes
No
Can't Say