Bollywood massacre Junoon’s ‘Sayonee’, that’s our verdict after listening to the newly released song!
“The 90s cult classic song is back in a power-packed form, this time in the voices of Arijit Singh and Jyoti Nooran”, says the T-Series about Lucky Nadiadwala’s upcoming musical thriller Sayonee.
When it comes to remake, remix, and redemption of classics, Bollywood is perceived to be a sheer culprit. And it does it again.
It is our humble request and sincere advice for Bollywood to let the originals rest at ease and try to produce something new rather than destroying the original stuff.
As soon as the song hit social media, the Pakistani music fans were left in an uproar for the treatment given to one of Junoon’s classic hit.
Here is how social media reacts to ##SayoneeSong calling it “This is absolutely tragic” and some even say, “It is Pandemic to the ears!”.
Just tried hearing Arijit's version of "Sayonee". I'm just 1 min in I feel like someone has just destroyed my childhood memories. Who gave T-series the right to do that? And WHY, I mean really Why? Why? Why? #SayoneeSong— PageNo70 (@PageNo70) November 4, 2020
Just die of shame.— Umair Iqbal (@truepaulwalker) November 4, 2020
Who allowed you to destroy our ( Pakistan’s) Classic ??
It happens when you try to achieve what masters @sufisal @RealAliAzmat
already achieved and you failed miserably.#ArijitSingh Tum say na ho paye ga.
Don’t you dare again attempt #Junoon #SayoneeSong https://t.co/c43T9UVI5c
I didn’t want to be the one to say it, but this. It takes a special kind of hypocrisy to throw Pakistani artists out of India and then profit off of copying our classics. https://t.co/uVzbzoUZPu— SophiaQ (@SophiaAQ) November 3, 2020
This rendition of Sayonee has to count as some generation of warfare really we destroy their planes they destroy our songs— Husn Hai Suhana (@Fatmounh) November 3, 2020