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‘Bol Kuffara’ lyricist Asim Raza calls Jubin Nautiyal and Neha Kakar ‘cheaters’

It is not the first time Bollywood has plagiarised famous Pakistani songs (MM NEWS)

Pakistani lyricist Asim Raza, whose record-making song ‘Bol Kuffara’ has been plagiarized by Indian singers Jubin Nautiyal and Neha Kakar has come called the neighbouring country artists ‘cheaters’.

Plagiarism in India is not new as Bollywood is known for copying Pakistani songs, without even giving them due credit. Recently, famous singers Jubin Nautiyal and Neha Kakar released their latest song ‘Dil ‘Galti Kar Baitha Hai’.

Read more: Indian artist copies famous Pakistani singer Alamgir’s ‘Gagar’ song

The singers have been accused of plagiarising their newly released which is a copied version of Pakistani drama’s OST ‘Bol Kaffara Kia Hoga’. The Pakistani lyricist, however, decided not to ignore it and called out the artists on his official Twitter account by calling Indian singers ‘cheater’.

“Alhamdulillah I’m listed in the greatest Pakistani song-makers ever who are copied by famous copycats without giving original credits,” Asim Raza tweeted. He also tagged T-Series, Neha Kakkar, Jubin Nautiyal and called them cheaters.

It is not the first time Bollywood has plagiarised famous Pakistani songs. Last week, Indian singer Dhuvani Bhanushali’s latest song ‘Mehendi’ was copied from Pakistani legendary singer Alamgir’s ‘Gagar’. India does not only plagiarise music from Pakistan, they even copy from Arab, Korea, and Hollywood.