EDM Artist TroyBoi Lashes Out At Makers Of 'Baaghi 3' For Copying His Song 'Do You'

EDM Artist TroyBoi Lashes Out At Makers Of 'Baaghi 3' For Copying His Song 'Do You'

By Samprita on 03 Mar 2020
Senior Digital Editor

Baaghi 3's new song 'Do You Love Me' where Disha Patani is looking sizzling hot has crossed over 10 million views on YouTube in four days. The song may have become a popular hit, but it's a distasteful rip off of EDM artist TroyBoi's song 'Do You'. Right from the choreography to the music- everything seems to be plagiarized. And why would Bollywood be afraid of that? It already has a long and famous history of 'more than inspired'  songs which no other industry on this planet can match.


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And, no we don't think they are going to stop with this shameless picking and plagiarism by Hollywood movies and other English songs. The British Record producer also called out the makers for making a glaring copy of his original song.

In a series of Instagram stories, TroyBoi lashes out on the makers and wrote: "How ironic that my latest track was a tribute to India and then this happens." We are so disappointed to encounter this - the entire nation is humiliated for the doing for a particular party. Diet Sabya, an anonymous Instagram account that regularly calls out plagiarised content) also took it to social media to share similarities between to two songs. Take a look:

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Do you love me? @dishapatani . . Top: #Doyouloveme by @troyboi @parrisgoebel ; #DoYouLoveMe in #baaghi3

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However, producers of Baaghi 3 have stated that the song, composed by Tanishk Bagchi is a licensed version of the original Lebanese song of the same name.

Now, we are sitting here wondering if Bollywood will ever come up with something original? Aren't they tired already with copying songs now and then?


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