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Bollywood singer Neha Kakkar recently recreated the iconic Falguni Pathak song ‘Maine Payal Hai Chhankai’. She released the remixed version of the song as ‘O Sajna’. Netizens are quite unhappy with the remixed version. Now Falguni Pathak took to her social media account and shared stories from fans slamming the remix.

In an interview, the Dandiya Queen slamming Neha Kakkar said that the song’s innocence has been ruined. She added that she was ‘almost about to puke’ when she first heard the new version.


In an interview to Delhi Times, Falguni Pathak said, “I got to know about the remixed version three-four days back. First reaction was not good. I was like, mujhe bas ulti aani baaki thi, aisa ho gaya tha. (I was about to puke, it was like that).


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She further added, “Video aur picturisation mein jo innocence thi, uska pura satyanash kiya hai iss gaane mein (The video and picturisation had such innocence but they have ruined it). Remixes are happening but do it in a decent way. If you want to reach out to the younger generation, change the rhythm of the song, but don’t make it cheap. Don’t change the originality of the song. I don’t think I need to do anything; my fans are taking action against the song. I am just sharing the stories. Why should I keep quiet when they are supporting me, main kaise chup baithun (why should I keep quiet).”

In an earlier interview Falguni Pathak stated that she wished she could take legal action. But as the rights are not with her she is unable to.

Neha Kakkar reacting to the controversy took to Instagram and shared a number of posts. She said she felt ‘sorry for’ people unhappy with her happiness.

For the unversed Falguni Pathak’s song Maine Payal Khankayi was released in 1999 and it featured television actor Vivan Bhatena. The song was a massive hit and is a hot favourite among fans to date.

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