WEBDESK: Before the release of Bajrangi Bhaijaan, Copyrights claim on Amjad Sabri’s Qawwali ‘Bhar Do Jholi’ being used in the movie without consent was circulating on the social media, Amjad Sabri will visit India to solve the issue.
Producers of the film to Central Board of Pakistan (CBFC) were given a copy of legal notice by EMI Pakistan, following which CBFC requested Satish Anand, CEO of Eveready Pictures to clear out legal matters with EMI Pakistan as emphasized in the legal notice.
Amjad Sabri has applied for Indian Visa to settle matters of copyrights in India. While talking to a local Tv channel, he said, ‘I will travel to Mumbai as soon as I get the permit, and will follow the case proceedings in India.’
Sabri claimed that the music director, Pritam Chakarborty, of the movie has named himself as the music composer without giving any credit to Sabri’s father. He has filed a petition against Salman Khan, Main lead, and music director Pritam Charkarborty in Indian court.
The EMI label initially said about the Qawwali that it is an EMI product which was not only released by EMI Pakistan but also recorded and produced under their banner.
‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ released in Pakistan on Eid-ul-Fitr.