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Shah Rukh Khan, Abhijeet lock horns

bollywood Updated: Apr 04, 2012 13:22 IST

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Looks like SRK is adding more enemies than friends in his life, with each passing day.

Singer Abhijeet Bhattacharya recently blasted SRK in an interview saying the actor should apologise to him for not giving him due credit in Main Hoon Na and Om Shanti Om.

When asked by a tabloid to comment on what Abhijeet said, this is what SRK quipped, “Isn’t it a coincidence that whoever doesn’t want to work with me becomes famous?”

The singer had told a daily in an interview, "I don't know why our filmmakers never give singers due credit. During the end credits of Main Hoon Na, the singers' names appeared right at the end. Worst still, segments were shot with the chaiwalas and dressmen, but not with singers. My family saw the film and felt betrayed. The same happened with Om Shanti Om. And here I am... Shah Rukh Khan's voice! I conveyed my disappointment to Farah Khan and Shah Rukh Khan."



The singer went on to add that the actor should apologise to him. "Sorry bol do! When you can make up with Farah Khan, whose husband tweeted rubbish about you, then there should be no problem with a simple man like me. But this is not about me. I want all singers to get their due. There is this one incident I just can't forget," he told the daily.

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Abhijeet also in trouble with Housefull 2 makers


Abhijeet Bhattacharya has filed a case against film’s makers alleging a music piece from a song of his 2005 album, Tere Bina has been lifted for a Housefull 2 song titled, Do You Know.



“I have no problems with the number but they have blatantly lifted the main punch line of the music piece from my song, Baje Jo Bansi. Whoever listens to the song can make out the plagiarism since my album is T-Series’ highest-selling album. It took me a year to compose that particular punch line,” Abhijeet told Hindustan Times.