Tuesday, 5 July 2011

Delhi Belly’s ‘D.K. Bose’ song’s controversy clarified

The song ‘Bhaag DK Bose’ in the film ‘Delhi Belly’ is one of the most appreciated songs of the movie. The song has received overwhelming response from music enthusiasts. But it has also managed to bag some controversies surrounded to it.
Bollywood actor and producer Aamir Khan on Monday denied plagiarism claims of the artists’ label named ‘Bosedk’, which has been used in a song titled ‘D K Bose’ in his latest produced film ‘Delhi Belly’.

Addressing a news conference on Monday, Khan denied that his production house has taken any credit from the art label ‘Bosedk’ by two artists Jiten Thukral and Sumir Tagra. The two parties announced that they had amicably resolved the issue.
Thukral and Tagra had registered their work in 2005 and have been working on the project ever since.

The language and the dialogues of the film is something that would appeal to a particular section of the audience especially the youth.
Aamir Khan also clarified that as a responsible person, he has applied for Adult certification of the film and not only this, he has also very well communicated to the audience about the language used in the film.

But overlooking this fact, the film has received very well response from the audience.

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