Here Are All The Songs Of Abrar-ul-Haq Stolen By Indian Artists

Bollywood steals songs without giving credit to the real owner

Time and again Indian artists have proved that they are pretty much inspired by Pakistani music. From juking on Pakistani songs, they even blatantly steal the iconic Pakistani songs and do not even have the courtesy to give credits. For years, Indian singers have ripped off original songs from the likes of Atif Aslam, Hadiqa Kiani, and Abrar-ul-Haq.

abrar ul haq

Abrar-ul-Haq is a Pakistani singer, philanthropist, and political member of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf. His debut 1995 album Billo De Ghar sold over 40.3 million albums worldwide. This made him a household name and granted him the title of “King of Pakistani Pop”

India may have one of the biggest film industries in the world, but its music industry is a disgrace. Although there are many big Indian artists, most of their singers rose to fame by stealing songs from Pakistani artists. And they even dare to refute all the allegations and claim that.

Recently after the famous Indian Actress shamelessly stole Hadiqa Kiani’s popular Boohe Baariyan. The famous ‘Nach Punjaban’ song by Abrar ul Haq has also been plagiarized by T-series and Karan’s Dharma Production for their upcoming film JugJugg Jeeyo.

After this blatant ongoing stealing of songs, a young YouTuber Bhurhani uncovered more songs of Abrar-ul-Haq which have been stolen all these years. According to the YouTuber, the Indian entertainment industry has a tendency for replicating. They previously copied five famous songs by Chamkeeli crooner.

Copied songs:

These are,

  • Pritam Da copied Bheega Bheega Sa to produce Janam Bhoomi pe
  • Billo was copied as Mera Dil leygai o Kamo Kider.
  • Herry Anand and Himesh Reshemya performed Asaan Teri Gal Karni
  • Altaf Raja imitated Aja Beja Cycle Tay.
  • Kuriyan Lahore dian was also replicated.

Take a look at the video below,

 

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