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Veppam Tune Lifted for Whistle

IndiaGlitz [Tuesday, February 26, 2013]

Music director Joshua Sridhar perhaps unknowingly lifted the tune of his own Tamil film 'Veppam' for his Kannada film 'Whistle' that released the audio on Monday evening at Windsor Manor Hotel.

The audio house Arasu Audio is nervous on the probable copyright act causing trouble to a particular song Oora Mandhi....sung by Haricharan and Ramya for Mahesh Devshetty lyrics.

Music director Joshua Sridhar not retaining two tunes of the original Tamil film 'Pizza' for Kannada remake 'Whistle' starring Chiranjeevi and Pranitha has picked the one he scored for 'Veppam' Tamil film.

This was noticed by the media on Monday evening and the education to Copy Right Act seems to be zero among the team of 'Whistle' including music director Joshua Sridhar.

Tamil film 'Veppam' was released in 2011 starred Karthik Kumar, Nani, Nitya Menon and Bindu Madhavi. It was Gautham Menon production and film was directed by Anjana Ali Khan.

According to sources the lifting of one film song for another film of the same music director is objectionable according to copyright Act. The main beneficiary of it is the producer of the original film. It does not even wrest in the hands of music director. The audio company in this case plays a prominent role. They can raise objections on such mischief done by the music director.

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