‘Nach Punjaaban’: Gippy Grewal Says Jugjugg Jeeyo Vocals Used Without Information
Singer-actor Gippy Grewal opens up approximately the discussion encompassing his melody Nach Punjaaban from the film Jugjugg Jeeyo.
The Punjabi artist uncovered that Dharma Productions did not inform him sometime recently about utilizing his vocals, and it was found out months afterwards.
Gippy said that he was inquired to sing Nach Punjaban, so he recorded it and sent it over. “Nobody called me for three months. So I expected that no one enjoyed my vocals and they didn’t utilize them. After seeing the blurb for the film, he inquired music composer Tanishk Bagchi if his vocals had been utilized, and Tanishk said ‘No, it was Dharma’s call’.” Gippy said that he acknowledged it and wished them good fortune. “The another day, the trailer came out and I didn’t observe it since I thought that my melody hadn’t been highlighted in it, so I wasn’t interested. My brother called at that point and said, ‘You sang well, you didn’t tell me?”
Gippy Grewal was or maybe astounded that the music executive wasn’t mindful of it and the artist wasn’t educated either. At that point, he messaged Tanishk to tell the creators to not utilize his vocals since he didn’t feel like doing the melody any longer. “They had utilized it, and they called me and attempted to clarify. Their whole advancement was based on the tune, no one said who sang it. I don’t know what competition they had.”
Gippy Grewal’s assistant said that he felt indeed more awkward after artist Abrar Ul Haq, who sang the initial track, tweeted saying he had not given the rights of the melody to Karan Johar’s Dharma Productions. His tweet had studied,” I have not sold my tune “ Nach Punjaban” to any Indian motion picture and save the rights to go to court to claim harms. Makers like @karanjohar should not use duplicate melodies. This is often my 6th melody being replicated which is able not permitted at all. @DharmaMovies @karanjohar.”