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Chahat Fateh Ali Khan’s ‘Bado Badi’ removed from YouTube

Bado Badi got deleted from YouTube after reaching 28 million views amid copy right claim

Chahat Fateh Ali Khan’s song ‘Bado Badi‘ has been removed from YouTube.

The viral song which raked up more than 28 million views is reportedly taken down from the video-sharing platform over copyright claim.

The strike was made as the original song was the property of the late Madam Noor Jahan.

Pakistani singer Madam Noor Jehan had originally performed the song “Akh Ladi Bado Badi” for the 1973 film ‘Banarasee Thug’.

Last month, social media singer Chahat Fateh Ali Khan uploaded his song “Bado Badi” on his official YouTube channel, which quickly gained immense popularity.

Chahat sang the iconic Madam Noor Jahan’s Punjabi song ‘Akh Lali Badobadi’ in his unique style but in a funny way. 

The video of “Bado Badi” was also shared on showbiz websites including several showbiz social media pages in India including Pakistan and people commented on Chahat’s performance.

The 56-year-old singer whose real name is Kashif Rana, is believed to have taken the screen name “Chahat Fateh Ali Khan” inspired by the legendary Ustad Fateh Ali Khan. 

Though Chahat is nowhere near the legendary singer but has gained immense popularity owing to the social media platforms. 


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