By Ashish Kumar Singh
New Delhi, March13 (ANI): Bollywood’s current party number titled ‘Chull’ from film ‘Kapoor & Sons’, which has actually been taken from Rapper Fazilpuria’s song with the same name, has crossed 20 million views on You Tube.
However, the credit of the club banger song has not been given to the main singer as his name is nowhere to be seen on the internet.
ANI caught up with the man itself along with other rappers and asked whether they are cool with not getting the credits for their songs.
Singer- Songwriter Sukhe, who is known for his hits like ‘Jaguar’ and ‘All Black’ said, “Why would I give the copyrights if I am not given the credit for my song. A song is like a baby and I would never associate myself with a project that won’t include my name.”
When asked Fazilpuria about his name not being mentioned anywhere in the song ‘Chull’ from film ‘Kapoor & Sons’, he told ANI, “It is a misunderstanding. It was Bollywood who wanted my song. My name is everywhere it should be because it is my song.”
“I have got the credit which I deserved”, added Fazilpuria.
Rappers Fazilpuria, Raftaar along with singers Sukhe, Guru Randhawa, Indeep Bakshi and Diljit Dosanjh recently rocked the stage with their swag in Delhi/NCR’s Swag Fest. (ANI)