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Raabta in fresh trouble: Original singer of Mai Tera Boyfriend J-Star accuses T-series of stealing his song

Raabta has sought some new discussion and no it's not even about Magadheera. A couple days back, music writer Pritam communicated his unnerve over makers' choice to add another melody to the collection. Presently, the Punjabi vocalist, Jagdeep Singh otherwise called J-Star, has blamed T-Series for reproducing his hit number, 'Principle Tera Boyfriend, Tu Meri Girlfriend' without his consent. 

"I was drawn nearer by T-arrangement around 8 to 9 months back. They needed to take the rights to utilize my tune in a film. They didn't specify which film they needed to take it in. In any case, I declined to make an arrangement with them because of a few terms and conditions in the agreement. What's more, now, it is extremely baffling to discover that my melody has been utilized without my authorization. I didn't know that they have utilized my melody in 'Raabta'. I became acquainted with just through my companions and fans via web-based networking media. My group is currently examining taking lawful activities against them," J-Star told ScoopWhoop. 

Prior, Magadheera producers moved toward a Hyderabad court, looking for a directive against Raabta's discharge. Maker Allu Arvind in an announcement stated, "This is to educate to the vast open that we, Geetha Arts the first creators of "Magadheeraa" felt through different sources including the trailer and exposure material that the Hindi film "Raabta" is being changed damaging the copyrights." 

In any case, Raabta creators have denied every one of the cases and said that their film Raabta is a unique film. "It has become obvious through a few media reports that M/s. Geeta Arts has started a court continuing in Hyderabad, against the arrival of our film "Raabta" asserting that the film is a duplicate of the Telugu film "Magadheera". We are yet to get the significant suit papers and along these lines can't give a particular remark on the topic right now. We might want to, nonetheless, completely dismiss even the remotest of proposals that our film is a duplicate of Magadheera. We discover it to a great degree obnoxious and ill bred when individuals from the business put down somebody's diligent work by utilizing words like "duplicates", "counterfeited" apathetically and form a hasty opinion simply on the premise of a unimportant 2 minute 14 second trailer, without confirming the realities or sitting tight for the film to discharge for people in general to give its decision," creators said in an announcement.

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