New Delhi Bollywood actress Jacqueline Fernandes and rapper Badshah’s troubles have increased amid the lockdown. Recently Jacqueline and Badshah’s new song ‘Genda Phool’ has been released. Jacqueline’s style looks very hot in this song. At the same time, the king managed to please the fans with his presence.
Badshah’s hot bonding with Jacqueline was seen in this anthem. But after the release of Gano, there is a big controversy about it. The emperor has been accused of copying the song. A tweet about this is going viral on social media. At the same time, the statement of the emperor has also been revealed.
Jacqueline Fernandes and Badshah’s song ‘Genda Phool’ is a copy by a folk singer Ratan Kahar. Singer Ratan Kahar This song from the 70s is quite popular in Bengalis. Singer Ratan has accused both artists of copying their hit songs. Some Bengali lyrics of the song match the original folk song ‘Borlokar Bitillo …’. The original writer of the Bengali Folk Song song has accused him of not giving credit. Which is a direct violation of the Copyright Act. Bengali songs have been written by Ratan Kahar.
Explain that a person tweeted about the same thing, ‘Genda Phool is a popular song by folk singer Ratan Kahar. But sadly, he does not have enough money to file a case against the emperor that the lyrics and music of this song belong to him.
At the same time, this statement of rapper Badshah has come out on this matter. He has shared a post on his Instagram account. In this post the emperor wrote, ‘Ratan Kahar Saab. I can help you in any way. ‘
Talk to you that this tweet is becoming increasingly viral on social media. On the other hand, if we talk about Jacqueline’s song ‘Genda Phool’, for the first time, Jacqueline’s style is seen in this. The song has a full Thi Bengali. At the same time, Jacqueline appeared in a hot look in many places along with a Bengali girl in it.
At the same time, this song is completely different from Badshah’s songs so far. The video also shows Jacqueline’s romance with the king. The song is directed by Sneha Shetty Kohli.