Here’s the second part of the series of exposure of Pritam’s plagiarism. Check out the first part if you haven’t seen it as yet. If you thought the first part songs were the only ones that Pritam copied then you have mistaken Pritam’s ability. Here in the second part we throw light on five more songs that Pritam has literally ripped of from other tracks and the shameless Pritam has not even provided credit to the original track as well.
So without much ado here is the second part of “Plagiarised Hits” by Pritam.
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Music Track Number 1
Pritam’s Copied Track — Ya Ali from Gangster
The rather heart rendering song from Gangster, “Ya Ali” which made to the top of the charts instantaneously.
Original Music Track — Ya Ghali from Guitara
After hearing this song even a deaf person will appreciate Pritam’s copying abilities. Ya Ghali changes to Ya Ali, yes that’s about it. No more bullshitting about taking inspiration, this track is a straight lift Mr. Pritam. Accept it, you’ve got no choice
Music Track Number 2
Pritam’s Copied Track— Dil Samundar from Garam Masala
John and Akshay rocked in Garam Masala and so did the lively, youthful music by Pritam. Oops did i just say by Pritam
Original Track — Kuzu Kuzu by Tarkan
Seems Pritam’s favorite artist to copy is Tarkan first Sikdim and now Kuzu Kuzu. But to Pritam’s credit the entire song is not copied just the inital beats and some beats in between.
Music Track Number 3
Pritam’s Copied Track — Kya Mujhe Pyaar Hai from Woh Lamhe
Pritam’s and Kay-Kay combined to give one of the best music tracks of last year, Kya Mujhe Pyaar Hai from Woh Lamhe. Definitely my favorite track of last year.
Original Track — Tak Bisakh by Peter Pan
If you thought Ya Ghali was the height of copying, then you haven’t heard this song. Just hear Woh Lamhe a beat to beat copy of Tak Bisakh.
Music Track Number 4
Pritam’s Copied Track — Chori Ki Baatein from Fight Club
So here’s Pritam copying from his Pakistani brothers. Chori Ki Baatein did not really sound like Pritam’s music and guess what it was not his. This song screams out — “I have been copied”.
Original Track — Channo by Ali Zafar
Although the above clip was just around 35 seconds. I bet those 30 odd seconds are enough to find the striking similarity between Ali Zafer’s Chaano and Pritam’s Chori.
Music Track Number 5
Pritam’s Copied Track — Is This Love from Pyaar Ke Side Effects
Major credit to the success of PKSE goes to Pritam’s music. “Is This Love”, although not the major highlight of the movie, it sure was part of a wonderful compilation.
Original Track — A Mi Manera by Gipsy Kings
Just check out the video, the music will speak for itself.
So that makes it 5+5=10 hits. Straight away copied by Pritam. And that’s not the end of Pritam’s copied antics. Keep visiting movietonic.com to check Part 3 of Pritam’s Plagiarised Hits. Shame on you mate. Kuch To Original Banaya Hota.
Anyways me currently hooked onto the music of Life In A ….Metro. Hope Pritamji has not used his copying skills for this album as well.
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