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Alia Bhatt’s ‘Prada’ is a Copy of Vital Signs’s ‘Goray Rang Ka Zamana’!

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Alia Bhatt’s ‘Prada’ is the Latest Case of India Copying Pakistani Music!

Sung by Junaid Jamshed (late), ‘Goray Rang Ka Zamana’ was the super hit song of the time when the music band Vital Signs was ruling over the entertainment industry and its catchy tune still makes us groove. Bollywood actress Alia Bhatt’s ‘Prada’ features a similar melody as that of ‘Goray Rang Ka Zamana’.

Alia Bhatt has begun her music career with the release of her first solo song ‘Prada’ and it became an instant hit. However, when people noticed that it imitates the popular song by Pakistani band Vital Signs, it’s making headlines for all the wrong reasons!

And by listening to it for even once, you can tell that it’s a complete Vital Signs’s rip-off!

Where Bollywood never leaves any chance to portray Pakistan as a terrorist state in its movies, Indians are still copying Pakistani music without even giving credits.

‘Prada’ features the Lamborghini famed singer ‘The Doorbeen’ who has composed the song. The song also features the vocals of Shreya Sharma along with the Doorbeen.

Listen to Alia Bhatt’s ‘Prada’ full song below!

Ali Bhaat took to Instagram to share the music video of ‘Prada’ (Duro Duro)’ that has become an instant hit with more than 18 million views on YouTube.

As soon as this song got released, it caught the attention of many Vital Sign’s fans who have grown up listening to the melodious tune of ‘Goray Rang Ka Zamana’. They shared their anger on social media against India for stealing yet another Pakistani song.

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One Comment

    Who said JUNAID JAMSHED’s song is ORIGINAL ?
    These both are actually inspired/driven from an old Bollywood song of 1973’s movie LOAFER.
    This is the ORIGINAL tune, composed by LAXMIKANT-PYARELAL and rendered by ASHA BHOSLE.
    Please correct your facts with proper knowledge about music

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