Lahore: Asim Raza, who wrote the popular song ‘Bol Kaffara’, termed Indian singers Jubin Nautiyal and Neha Kakkar as ‘cheaters’.
In a message on social networking site Twitter, Pakistan’s leading lyricist Asim Raza slammed Indian singers Jubin Nautiyal and Neha Kakkar, claiming that their song was a stealing atonement.
Stealing Pakistani songs is not a new thing in India as Bollywood artists have their own identity for copying Pakistani songs, while they are not given proper credit for it. Well known singers Jubin Nautiyal and Neha Kakkar have recently released their latest song ‘Dil Ghalti Kar Baitha Hai’.
AlhamduLillah I'm listed in the greatest Pakistani song-makers ever who are copied by famous copycats without giving original credits.— 𝕒𝕊𝕚𝕞 𝕣𝕒ℤ𝕒شاعر (@AsimRazaShayer) September 24, 2021
This time the cheaters are @TSeries @iAmNehaKakkar @JubinNautiyal who amazingly ruined the true soul of my song #BolKaffara / #DilGhaltiKarBetha pic.twitter.com/vJzhuNTC4X
Both the singers are accused of stealing the lyrics of their newly released song from the Pakistani drama OST Bol Kaffara Kiya Hoga. The Pakistani lyricist did not ignore it and called Indian singers ‘cheaters’ on his official Twitter account.
Asim Raza wrote in his tweet that Alhamdulillah is one of the greatest Pakistani singers ever whose songs are being copied.
He also tagged T-Series, Neha Kakkar, Jubin Nautiyal and called them cheaters.
It should be noted that this is not the first time that Bollywood has stolen popular Pakistani songs. Last week, Indian singer Dhwani Bhanushali copied his latest song ‘Mahindi’ from Pakistani legendary singer Alamgir’s ‘Gagar’. Indian artists are not only at the forefront of stealing music from Pakistan, but they are also known to steal melodies from Arabia, Korea and Hollywood.