'Socha Hai' Song Dropped From The Movie 'Baadshaho' Due To Copyright Issues

Last week only the makers of ‘Baadshaho’ released its solo remix song, which was a recreated version of the Deewar song, ‘Keh Doon Tumhe’ and we saw Emraan Hashmi and Esha Gupta swaying to the beats made by Tanishk Bagchi. But now we have news for you regarding it, and it is that if you expect to see the song on big screen, prepare to be disappointed. The makers will be dropping the song from the movie, after Rajiv Rai, the owner of Trimurti Films has filed a copyright infringement case against T-Series and won the case. Actually, Rajiv Rai owned the copyright to the song, when Trimurti Films entered into a contract with lyricist Sudhir Ludhianvi and composer RD Burman. Talking to the leading tabloid the Rajiv said, “We earlier gave the remix rights to the music company, Universal. But, in this case, we had not given the rights to Polydor. So when T-Series took the remix rights from Universal, the company told them categorically that they have to handle the issue if Trimurti Films sue them.” Rajiv Rai also shared his apprehension towards ‘Azhar’ and ‘Machine’ for using his songs from Tridev (Oye Oye) and Mohra (Tu Cheez Badi Hai Mast) without his permission. The chairman of T-Series, Bhushan Kumar confirmed that the song will not be there in the movie. He shared that they have always recreated the old songs with due permissions and this is the first time that right were fractured. Baadshaho is scheduled to release this Friday.