The fourth season of Pakistan Super League has kicked off with a grand ceremony last night where extravagant performances by famous celebrities made it a night to remember.
However, a particular performance by Aima Baig and Shuja Haider on the iconic Nazia Hassan’s song ‘Disco Deewane’ has led to a controversy over copyright infringement issue.
Zoheb Hassan, Nazia’s brother, has announced to take a legal stand against PSL for using their song without any prior permission.
The Pakistani pop icon took to his social media accounts to share the clip of this particular performance from last night and condemned the outright infringement of intellectual property.
Zoheb also announced to take a legal stand against it.
Here’s what he wrote:
I was shocked to see that a reputable platform like PSL used our track Disco Dewane without our prior permission. Outright infringement of intellectual property should be condemned and I am going to take a legal stand on this one ! https://t.co/4WA9roWNmE
— Zoheb Hassan (@zoheb_hassan) February 15, 2019
The young singing sensation Aima Baig and the music maestro Shuja Haider put up an electrifying show as they crooned to their version of ‘Disco Deewane’.
Watch their performance below!
The brother-sister duo, Nazia and Zoheb, rose to fame in the 1980s with a series of chart-bursting albums, including Disco Deewane, Star/Boom Boom, Young Tarang, and Hotline.
Let’s see how Zoheb Hassan will now handle this copyright infringement issue and how the management of PSL will respond over it.
Originally published on Veryfilmi.com