IPL 2020 Theme Song Controversy IPL 2020 Anthem is Copied
The 13th edition of the IPL is starting in the United Arab Emirates to cope with the unfavorable environment of coronavirus that has spread all over the world. This year’s IPL will start on September 19 (Saturday) with Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings taking the field. But before that, IPL 2020 theme song is involved in the controversy. IPL 2020 anthem song is plagiarized, IPL franchise recently launch the IPL 2020 theme song which turns out to be copied from KRSNA -Dekh Kaun Aaya Wapas.
Dream 11 IPL 13th Edition Theme Song Aayenge Hum Wapis
The theme song for the 13th edition of the IPL, titled Ayengay Hum Wapas, was released last Sunday (September 7). The theme song made with BAP music has also created quite a stir among the fans. However, the IPL theme song is also involved in the debate.
After the release of the IPL 2020 theme song, popular artist KRSNA Kaul alleged that his song was copied. He said he was not even allowed to create the theme song.
KRSNA Official Song Dekh Kaun Aaya Wapas
“My song ‘Dekh Kaun Aya Wapas’ is based on the IPL theme song ‘Ayenge Hum Wapas’,” he wrote in an Instagram post. Although nowhere did the IPL authorities express gratitude to me or my song on the matter. Everything remains on social media, let the fans judge it.
The song ‘Dekh Kaun Aya Wapas’ sung by KR$NA was posted on YouTube three years ago. The lyrics and performances are his own.
Meanwhile, the Indian media is saying that KRSNA is going to fight the legal issue by making a complaint against the IPL authorities. However, the IPL authorities have not yet responded.