Rapper Krishna Kaul claims that the IPL song has been taken from his song ‘Dekh Kaun Aaya Back’ but lyricist Pranab Ajayrao Malpe said that it is his original creation.
A Delhi-based rapper has alleged that this year’s Indian Premier League (IPL) anthem ‘Aayenge Hum Back’ has been stolen from a song he composed. However, the recently released IPL anthem songwriters have denied this allegation.
Rapper Krishna Kaul claims that the IPL song has been taken from his song ‘Dekh Kaun Aaya Back’ but lyricist Pranab Ajayrao Malpe said that it is his original creation and in this regard he has a music composer association of India (MCAI) There is also a given certificate. Kaul told PTI-language that independent hip hop music company ‘Kalamkar’ and his team would take a legal stand against the Disney hotstar who performed the IPL song.
Kaul said, “Disney Hotstar has no other option but to go through the legal process and our company will fight against this theft.” Malpe said that four members of the MCAI Jury have separately signed both songs. Tested and found no similarity.
“The MCAI is a prestigious institution and the members of the jury are very experienced,” Malpe told PTI. I think that we should welcome their decision and should not let this controversy take place. ”
Let us know that the IPL 2020 will begin on September 19. The opening match of the 13th season of the Indian Premier League (IPL) will be played between the Mumbai Indians (MI) Chennai Super Kings (CSK) in Abu Dhabi. Due to Kovid-19, the 13th season of IPL is being organized in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). At present, all the teams are busy in practice. Cricket fans around the world are eagerly waiting for the IPL to start.