Viral song “Bado Badi” removed from YouTube due to copyright infringement

One of Pakistani singer Chahat Fateh Ali Khan's most popular songs, 'Bado Badi', has been removed from YouTube due to copyright infringement. The song was released on his official channel last month and gained immense popularity in India and across South Asia.

The copyright issue revolves around the song’s melody and composition, which are said to be similar to an existing piece of music. Reportedly, the song is a copy of “Bado Badi” performed by Noor Jehan in the film Banarsi Bat in 1973.

The song has now been abruptly removed from YouTube, which has surprised and disappointed the artist and internet users. The song has been viewed over 28 million times since its release on YouTube.

The music video “Bado Badi” featuring model Wajdan Rao went viral on social media and sparked a meme fest from several content creators.

The song “Aankh Ladi Bado Badi” is currently one of the trending songs on social media platforms and has millions of reels on Instagram and YouTube Shorts.

About Chahat Fateh Ali Khan

Self-proclaimed artist Chahat Fateh Ali Khan rose to fame during the COVID-19 pandemic and has become a celebrity in Pakistan. From a nobody, Chahat Fateh Ali became a celebrity with his offbeat songs that people love to make fun of. So much so that he has now been invited to appear on several television shows and podcasts in Pakistan.

Published 06 June 2024, 10:44 IS