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‘Bala’: ‘Don’t Be Shy’ song makers put copyright rumours to rest with an official statement

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Bala song ‘Don’t Be Shy’ was released by the maker’s a few days back. Although the song was loved by the fans, it created quite the controversy over its copyright issues. Dr. Zeus had taken to his Twitter to show his disappointment. Badshah tried to defend the song. Finally, the makers of the song have put the copyright rumours to rest with an official statement.

The statement read, “Karman Entertainment owns the worldwide rights to the song ‘Don’t Be Shy’ by Rouge, the early 2000s classic dance hit, produced by Dr. Zeus. Karman Entertainment gave an official license to Maddock Films for the re-creation rights of ‘Don’t Be Shy’, which is featuring in Bala starring Ayushmann Khurrana, Bhumi Pednekar, and Yami Gautam and directed by Amar Kaushik. The song video went live on the 18th of October and has received an overwhelming response globally. The video and the single itself were teased on social media a day prior and the fun banter between the composers, Badshah and the lead actor, Ayushmann had everyone in splits. Featuring music re-created by Sachin-Jigar and lyrics by Badshah and Mellow D, the video of this mane-ficent track has to be seen to be believed.”

It also read that it had a ‘wig-snatching moment and what follows will be an encouraging moment for tress-stressed people everywhere’.

Later, the confusion about the copyrights was cleared as it stated, “Karman Entertainment is the UK based company which is the copyright owner of the original song ‘Don’t Be Shy’ and have issued a legitimate license to Maddock Films to create a version for ‘Bala’.” Well, looks like that sorts it all out then.

Directed by Amar Kaushik, ‘Bala’ stars Ayushmann Khurrana, Bhumi Pednekar, Yami Gautam, Seema Pahwa and Saurabh Shukla in a pivotal role. Produced by Dinesh Vijan the film will hit the silver screens on November 7.

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