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‘Darling’ this was already ‘badnam’ in Pakistan during 1992…. The active cardinal from ‘Dabangg’ composed by Lalit Pandit which can be heard at every tea stall, rickshaw, discotheque, garba was originally composed by Kamal Ahmed, who died four years ago.

“Munni Badnam Hui” from Dabangg’ is lift from Kamal Ahmed composed "Ladka Badnaam Hua" for the Pakistani blur ‘Mr Charlie’. Mr. Charlie went after abundant acceptance but the song about managed to affect the applique town.

Earlier it was said that the song is aerial from a Bhojpuri cardinal blue-blooded "Launda Badnaam Hua Naseeban Tere Liye", articulate by Rani Bala. The music of this folk clue is accustomed to Ghulam Dastgeer Khan and the anthology titled, "Balma Bada Bavaali", stars Rampat Harami and Rani Bala. But, the absolution dates ‘Mr Charlie’ in 1992 and ‘Balma Bada Bavaali’ in 1998 are apocalyptic of how the Pakistani cardinal was composed beforehand than any of the Indian songs.

But this is not the aboriginal time abounding Pakistani songs are actuality continuously aerial and ironically its b-town adaptation gets the best likes.