Pakistani qawwal Amjad Sabri has decided to approach an Indian court over the inclusion of his father’s qawwali in Salman Khan starrer “Bajrangi Bhaijan” without his permission.
Sabri said his father, late Ghulam Farid Sabri’s famous qawwali “Bhar do jholi” was incorporated in “Bajrangi Bhaijan” without his consent, reports Geo TV.
The musician said he has submitted an application seeking an Indian visa and would soon visit the country to initiate legal action.
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Sabri also served a legal notice to the movie’s producers Salman Khan Films and Rockline Venkatesh.
Having collected more than Rs.100 crore in its first weekend itself, the film, which released on July 17, continues to run successfully.
In the film, the “Bhar do jholi” qawwali is sung by Adnan Sami.