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Indian composer admits 1990 film Aashiqui’s soundtracks were copied from Pakistani songs

Lalit Pandit revealed that Nadeem-Shravan stole from Pakistan songs to compose the soundtracks for the popular 1990 film Aashiqui.

Renowned Indian composer Jatin Lalit admits that the 1990 film Aashiqui’s soundtracks were copied from Pakistani songs.

In a recent interview, Lalit Pandit revealed that Nadeem-Shravan stole from Pakistan songs to compose the soundtracks for the popular 1990 film Aashiqui.

He claimed that almost all the songs in his popular musical romantic film were copies of Pakistani songs, and the fact was known to the entire industry then.

Jatin Lalit said that at first none of the musicians or showbiz personalities of that time knew that the songs of Aashiqui were stolen, but at an awards ceremony when the songs of the said film were selected for an award, for the first time there a singer played original Pakistani songs.

He said that everyone was surprised to hear the original Pakistani copy of Aashiqui’s songs.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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According to him Mahesh Bhatt’s romantic drama Aashiqui established the career of composer duo Nadeem-Shravan.

The original name of the main composer of the duo is Nadeem Akhtar Safi while the other composer is Sharon Kumar Rathore and both have won several awards for their excellent songwriting.

The well-known musician of the duo Shiron Kumar Rathore passed away during Corona in 2021.

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