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YouTube deletes ‘Bado Badi’ viral song of Chahat Fateh Ali Khan due to copyright violations

ISLAMABAD: Self-proclaimed singer Chahat Fateh Ali Khan’s viral song ‘Bado Badi’ has been removed from YouTube after amassing over 28 million views. The song has been deleted due to copyright claims as the original song belongs to the late legendary singer Noor Jehan.

Kashif Rana, known by his stage name Chahat Fateh Ali Khan, is a British Pakistani musician and former first-class cricketer.

The Punjabi song ‘Bado Badi,’ became a top-trending hit on YouTube Shorts and Instagram. The original track, titled ‘Ankh Ladi Bado Badi,’ was sung by Noor Jehan for the film Banarasi Thug.

Meanwhile, Chahat Fateh Ali Khan, the captivating internet sensation renowned for his melodious voice, is eagerly stepping into the realm of cinema with his highly anticipated debut film, ‘Sabaq,’ poised to grace theaters this Eid.

With palpable excitement, Khan took to social media to share the trailer of his upcoming movie, saying, “My first film, Sabaq, releasing on Eid Mubarak day, InshaAllah,” indicating the auspicious occasion for its release.

Khan’s meteoric rise to prominence began with his viral anthem for the Pakistan Super League season eight, catapulting him into the spotlight of social media. Based in London, Khan consistently mesmerizes audiences worldwide by sharing his soulful renditions across various social media platforms, garnering immense admiration and acclaim.

Directed and scripted by the talented Faraz Ahmed, ‘Sabaq’ promises to be a delightful comedy-drama delving into the intricacies of second marriages and the captivating world of social media influencers. The trailer offers a glimpse into Khan’s charismatic portrayal, often adorned in his trademark dhoti kurta, effortlessly capturing hearts with his infectious charm.

In a memorable scene from the trailer, Khan is hailed as the “King of hearts,” embodying his character with unparalleled charisma and grace, resonating with audiences from London to Lahore.

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