Atif Aslam IS NOT Promoting His Bollywood Song Complains Producer
Earlier this month, politician Babul Supriyo had asked for a ban on Pakistani artistes working in the Hindi film industry.
Pakistani artist Atif Aslam has been more than once disregarding solicitations to advance his most recent tune Sehmi Hai Dhadkan from the prospective Bollywood film Daas Dev, says its maker Sanjeev Kumar.
“Atif said he will do it, however it hasn’t been finished. I don’t know why he isn’t participating in the movement, be that as it may, as a maker, I see that work guaranteed hasn’t been executed,” Kumar said in an announcement.
Sehmi Hai Dhadkan was propelled on February 22 as the primary melody from Sudhir Mishra’s film Daas Dev, a contemporary interpretation of Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay’s novel Devdas.
Prior this month, lawmaker Babul Supriyo had requested a restriction on Pakistani artistes working in the Hindi film industry. He had likewise protested the incorporation of Pakistan artist Rahat Fateh Ali Khan’s voice in the film Welcome To New York.
Kumar stated: “Typically, such explanations are made by periphery gatherings. At the point when a clergyman says it, it leaves an effect on more individuals. Yet, we required Atif for this melody. He has 20 million devotees via web-based networking media. Envision the sort of footing we would have had he advanced it.”
Daas Dev stars Richa Chadha, Aditi Rao Hydari and Rahul Bhat. It is planned to hit the screens on March 23.