T-Series is hitting the headlines ever since the popular electronic music producer Ritviz Srivastava slammed the makers and the music composers for copying his popular song Udd Gye in for Kartik Aryan, Bhumi Pednekar and Ananya Panday starrer Pati Patni Aur Woh.
Taking to his Twitter handle he wrote, “I went to the theatre to watch a movie last month, just a regular night out with my folks. Halfway through the movie a track played and that's when it really hit me. I was listening to a song that's ridiculously similar to 'Udd Gaye'. I am pretty sure there are others like me, and in case you are wondering if I was somehow involved in the making of the said song.”
As soon as he dropped this many people including the biggies of the music industry came out in his support. DJ Shaan wrote, “It is horrible remark/edit or whatever secondly where are the respect and credit!”
Lack of creativity and class.— Dev Bhatia (@devbhatia) March 8, 2020
Whereas another user wrote, “When watched that movie on Prime I jumped from my couch and thought Ritviz song is in mainstream cinema. In the end, I could not find any credits. Bro, sue them let's crowdfund if they are big, we are big enough to fight them.”
Here have a look at the series of the tweets:
When watched that movie on Prime I jumped from my couch and thought Ritviz song is in mainstream cinema. At the end I could not find any credits.— Sumanth (@starkpack) March 8, 2020
Bro, sue them let's crowdfund if they are big, we are big enough to fight them. Even T Series wont risk few millions downvoting them
Pati Patni Aur Woh - Udd Gaye— Ankan Paul (@thejocularsuave) March 7, 2020
Feels like shit that song.
More power to you brother♥️
Nothing can ever beat your verse of Udd Gaye🥰❤️ they used your beats in some parts of the song but still it is a flop🤮— Anish (@Anish13663206) March 8, 2020
Well I believe that @TSeries doesn't deserve 100m subs on YouTube! They have again started their cheap moves like they used to do in the past.. well you know everything PewDiePie said in his "Congratulation" song!! Remember folks!!?— TechyAkash Gaming (@techyakash96) March 12, 2020
Meanwhile, T-Series is yet to react to the allegation made by the producer about plagiarism.