Vishal Dadlani is in the mood for revenge these days. After apparently being harassed by a Netherlands-based Indian, Prem Marhe, for the last two years over the latter’s claim that the song Sheila Ki Jawani was originally his, Dadlani tweeted Marhe’s number to his 1.4 lakh followers on Wednesday, urging them to give him a taste of his own medicine.
“This guy, +3161***** (number withheld for privacy), has been harassing Shekhar (Ravjiani), Sunidhi (Chauhan), Farah (Khan), me, ever since Sheila came out. He’s very irritating. Time for payback...” he wrote, adding, “I wanna harass this moron, as much as he’s been harassing us. If any, or many of you could RT/post this number on porn sites, saying ‘free Indian phone-sex’, you’ll earn my thanks...”.
When contacted, Vishal said, “I wanted to teach him a lesson.” On the other hand, Marhe still claims that the concept of the song from Farah Khan’s 2010 film Tees Maar Khan was stolen from his songs, and he was threatened by the film’s team when he asked for credit. “Mujhe bahut calls aa rahi hai. Log mujhe gaalian de rahe hae. Par main honest hoon aur kisi se nahi darta,” says Marhe.