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'Raabta trouble': Punjabi rapper J Star accuses music company of using his famous number 'Na Na Na Na' in Sushant-Kriti starrer

'Raabta' which is currently scheduled to hit the screens on June 9 has already been sought an injuction on its release.


By   |  Updated On : May 27, 2017 08:24 PM
'Raabta trouble': Punjabi raper J Star accuses music company of using his famous number 'Na Na Na Na' in Sushant-Kriti starrer

'Raabta trouble': Punjabi raper J Star accuses music company of using his famous number 'Na Na Na Na' in Sushant-Kriti starrer

New Delhi :  

After makers of Telegu blockbuster 'Magadheera' accuses Sushant Singh Rajput and Kriti Sanon starrer 'Raabta' of copying their unique story and plot line in violation of its copyright, 'Na Na Na Na' singer J Star claimed that T-Series had stolen his popular track 'Na Na Na Na' for the promotional video of 'Raabta'.

'Raabta' which is currently scheduled to hit the screens on June 9 has already been sought an injuction on its release.

After such a huge disaster it seems like the Sushant starrer is now in yet another trouble.

J Star who had become the talk of the town due to his last release Main Tera Boyfriend a year back ttok to his official Facebook account to reveal that the song has been used in the film without his permission.

Being angry he wrote,"Tseries music company has used my track 'Na Na Na Na' for #Raabta movie promotional track 'Mai Tera Boyfriend' without my consent.
#CopyrightInfringement #StopStealing"

Now all we can say is that time will only answer how this upcoming romantic drama will manage a smooth release after two such heavy weight allegations one after another.

Also Read: 'Raabta' Title Track Teaser: Deepika Padukone steals it with her All-Black avatar

Lets have a look to the video of the original song by Punjabi rapper J Star.

Also Read: Sushant Singh Rajput spills beans about his 'raabta' with Kriti Sanon

First Published: Saturday, May 27, 2017 07:49 PM


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