‘Didn’t know the song comes from Pakistan,’ Kanika Kapoor denies Hadiqa’s plagiarism claims

Indian singer Kanika has addressed Hadiqa Kiani’s plagiarism claims. According to her, the song is ‘completely original.’

'Didn't know the song comes from Pakistan,' Kanika Kapoor denies Hadiqa's plagiarism claims

Singer Hadiqa Kiani referred to as out Kanika Kapoor and Saregama Music for stealing her hit Boohey Barian. The songwriter talked about how no one took permission from her or gave her credit for the song. This time, the singer has sworn to take an motion towards events claiming unlawful rights over her songs.

After Kiani’s submit, Pakistanis had been completely enraged. Recently, singer Kanika got here out with a ‘clarification’ in an interview with a media outlet. According to Kapoor, she didn’t know any ‘such song’ existed and her song is totally unique.

Kanika in the interview talked about that she has all the time been an enormous fan of music from Pakistan, Afghanistan, North of India, and Punjab. ‘I mean for me, we made an original song. Juneja Ji has written the song, Shruti has composed this song with Gourov Dasgupta, and have used a line of an old Punjabi folk song,’ the singer stated.

According to the singer, it’s not a ‘cover version’ however a totally new song. ‘If anyone listens to this and it’s just a bit hook line, we used from an outdated Punjabi folks song which I’ve seen greater than 60 variations on YouTube,’ she added. Kapoor additionally stated that she didn’t even know the song got here from Pakistan, Afghanistan, or Punjab.

‘None of us have any intention of stealing anybody’s work or not crediting anyone,’ she stated additional. Kanika additionally stated that if anybody is claiming proper over them, there’s nothing she will be able to do about it. ‘I had no intentions of upsetting anybody. I have a lot of love and respect for all fellow singers in Pakistan and I will continue to love their songs,’ she concluded.

The singer additionally urged folks to not deliver faith and nation in the center of a song. ‘Maybe sometimes you can deal with things with love than hatred,’ she stated.

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