Is 'Pyaar ki Pungi' inspired?

Is 'Pyaar ki Pungi' inspired? 0
Is 'Pyaar ki Pungi' inspired? 0

'Pyar Ki Pungi' is apparently inspired from the iranian song 'Soosan Khanoom' but it does not end here! According to our sources, the video is also inspired! Check out the links below & see for yourself! While the 1st link is that of 'Pyar ki Pungi', the 2nd one is from where the music has been lifted and the 3rd one is from where the video has been lifted. Don't forget to leave a comment! ;-)


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Anonymous's picture

It is copied - why am I not shocked at pritam - he is no ar Rahman

  • 3 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    Not a copy! And even if Saif copied pink villa should consider themselves lucky!

  • 3 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    People in the Bollywood industry should start to admit that they "COPY" not "Inspire". Ofcourse they dont admit to copy other wise they will have to pay royalty to the original person who came up with the idea or music anyways.
    We should stop allowing such music to be so called "inspired", it is killing the imagination and creativity of indian film industry.
    If you listen closely, even the I'll do the talking tonight song tune is "copied" from a Jenifer Lopez/Pitbull song.

  • 3 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    To the person below who replied to MY comment "We need to stop using words such as "inspired" and use - jacked, hacked, stolen, copied INSTEAD. Maybe then these music directors will think twice."

    I love that bollywood filmmaking is finally catching up .. not to HOLLYWOOD... but to the intelligence of the target population. They are making wittier comedies that actually have double innuendos at times, and if u catch it, then its gold. Their horror movies are also becoming so "real" w/ the effects put into cinemas. Same with the plot lines of dramatic movies- with kahaani, dirty picture and so many others, producers and directors have recently been taking risks ( except for a few that have done that from the start ex- deepa mehta)

    So, no there is no reason for me to "go back to" hollywood- when i NEVER ditched any camp per se. My problem is not using other's material- its giving credit to them. As ive mentioned before, lets have someone steal someting from u and then sell it on ebay or amazon and not give u any money/ or even credit for it. How does that feel? No one is asking pritam or anu malik not to use other's stuff b/c i understand that being able to take someone else's tune and put it into a hindi song IS STILL WORK, however, its not 100% YOUR WORK. So, man up pritam!

    Also, there r TONS of original bollywood music directors who so far have proven original.. and i enjoy their music WAY BETTER than pritams no doubt. And, yes i will voice my opinion , its not called "complaining".

    Tue, 2012-03-20 16:35 — Anonymous

    To the person below, If Bollywood doesnt copy their industry will go down in a flash, So yes getting inspired is not a big deal these days. Nothing is original in the sense, I do know. But the age we live in, we have to accept it. So many classics have been made from being inspired. Instead of putting them down, look at how talented they are when they recreate, it becomes an instant HIT. Why watch bollywood if u cant stand their ethics of working. Simple. Go back to your hollywood movies and stop complaining here.

  • 3 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    Obviously, it is pritam! It's not the first time he has been 'inspired'!

  • 3 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    guys right now in the western world a very old song "jaan pehchaan ho" is a cult hit. Appeared in ghost world and a recent heineken commercial. just check out the comments on youtube. Those guys are not saying bollywood stole, rather they love the bollywood spin on 50s American music... its all good. When is barobox coming to India???

  • 3 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    Again, pungi is not a copy the way hawa hawa or chaiya chaiya or didi was a copy. I see barely any similarities. Perhaps the initial beat. By this definition barobox stole from Manu Chao the latin singer. Try listening to jahaa teri yeh bazar hai, and you will find fungi much closer to it. May be barobox stole from the older teri yeh....??????

  • 3 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    great work PINKVILLA !!

  • 3 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    I don't see it copied... may be parts & chunks here & there... but not entirely as anu malik does. It's not bad to get inspired. In that case stop finding inspiration in magazines for your looks, style, clothing, house deco.

  • 3 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    and so what?

  • 3 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    You can be "inspired" all you want. Once your inspiration transforms into theft by copying, you need to pay and credit the people who inspired you.

    If you steal others' ideas, then don't complain about the "fans" who steal your movies online. There's no honor among thieves.

  • 3 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    not surprising at all. its Pritam's music Proabably 50th time hes done that

  • 3 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    I agree with this person below! That person who didn't agree has probably never been inspired by anyone or anything to do something. I guess shes all original??

    "SO WHAT? All songs are inspired in India. nothing New. Please just look at the talent and forget about all this nonsense."

  • 3 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    To the person below, If Bollywood doesnt copy their industry will go down in a flash, So yes getting inspired is not a big deal these days. Nothing is original in the sense, I do know. But the age we live in, we have to accept it. So many classics have been made from being inspired. Instead of putting them down, look at how talented they are when they recreate, it becomes an instant HIT. Why watch bollywood if u cant stand their ethics of working. Simple. Go back to your hollywood movies and stop complaining here.

    Anonymous's picture

    We need to stop using words such as "inspired" and use - jacked, hacked, stolen, copied INSTEAD. Maybe then these music directors will think twice.

    Also to the person who wrote:

    SO WHAT? All songs are inspired in India. nothing New. Please just look at the talent and forget about all this nonsense.

    you obviously dont know how it feels like to have your work stolen from u. Its not fair to these other artists who have worked so hard to be original and put their brain work on camera... just for some random guy to steal and worse, MAKE MONEY OFF OF IT WITHOUT GIVING ANY ROYALTIES.. forget even royalties, how about credit?

  • 3 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    gotta love our bollywood "talent"! and these r the ppl who tell us not to buy pirated movies? its like a thief telling other ppl not to steal!!

  • 3 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    I am sorry, but in the artistic world, there is nothing today that is completely original. While there may be some beats that seem barobox inspired, barobox itself is obviously inspired by Latin music and fuses Iranian traditions with it. Personally the song is reminiscent more of 80s Amitabh, kaha teri yeh bazar hai is more similar than barobox. And as Indian I am proud of the fact that Bollywood pop is inspired from music around the world - proves that we are eclectic and appreciate good music. have you heard Chinese, Philipino, Korean music - mostly rip off of the worst western senti ballads with hideous crooning. Who listens to Iranian music? Not even Arabs. Only may be some world music lovers. So they got a massive platform with this - good move with the court case. Now come and d some concerts in India, I would love to attend, because you are brilliant.

  • 3 years ago
  • luvtohate's picture

    The entire movie is

  • 3 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    We need to stop using words such as "inspired" and use - jacked, hacked, stolen, copied INSTEAD. Maybe then these music directors will think twice.

    Also to the person who wrote:

    SO WHAT? All songs are inspired in India. nothing New. Please just look at the talent and forget about all this nonsense.

    you obviously dont know how it feels like to have your work stolen from u. Its not fair to these other artists who have worked so hard to be original and put their brain work on camera... just for some random guy to steal and worse, MAKE MONEY OFF OF IT WITHOUT GIVING ANY ROYALTIES.. forget even royalties, how about credit?

  • 3 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    totally agree with this person.

    Tue, 2012-03-20 07:11 — Anonymous
    I really dont care! Saif looks like a retard in that song and it is highly irritating!

  • 3 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    definitely ripped off especially the beginning parts of the song.

  • 3 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    so there is an indian version now, yay! would never take the time or ever knew about the other videos so its all good!

  • 3 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    as per music .......hereafter it should be said in advance with the Pritam music.........CHORI ka( i mean inspired/copied) BUT video......HHHHHHHMMMMMMMMMhhhhhmmmmm......so cheap job!

  • 3 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    omg! thanks for this post as for ages i have been thinking that the video was copied from fatboy slims video of weapon of choice! and now you have confirmed it for me! unoriginal bollywood as always disappoints.

  • 3 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    definitely inspired.

  • 3 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    Yup..it's "inspired" or shall we say copied??

  • 3 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    I really dont care! Saif looks like a retard in that song and it is highly irritating!

  • 3 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    SO what? All songs are inspired in India. nothing New. Please just look at the talent and forget about all this nonsense.

  • 3 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    WHEN WILL THEY START TO BE ASHAMED OF COPYING????

  • 3 years ago
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