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    asif withdraws plagiarism allegation against ar rahman
    NBS | Thursday, January 5th, 2017 | Published: 06:21 am

    asif withdraws plagiarism allegation against ar rahmanpopular bangladeshi singer asif akbar withdrew his allegation of plagiarism against oscar-winning indian composer and music savant ar rahman wednesday on a facebook status in his page. earlier on monday, he alleged ar rahman had copied one of his songs “tumi nei bole” was copied in the form of song “tu jo nahi” for bollywood movie ‘ok jaanu’. on his january mail , asif said the massive backlash he is receiving due to this occurrense is something he did not quite expect. he added that since it is yet not confirmed whether the copied song is actually a song of this movie or not, he des not want to stretch this matter any further. the prominent pop singer asif likely to have been misled by the apparently professional appearance of the youtube video. the caption and description of such video could easily be passed on as “official-looking,” as it was made with several clips stitched together from the movie ’s trailers and music videos.


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