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Monday, July 15, 2024

Chahat Fateh Ali Khan’s Bado Badi Taken Down from Youtube AGAIN

Chahat Fateh Ali Khan's viral song "Bado Badi" faces multiple copyright challenges on YouTube, but the singer remains determined to pursue his music career across various social media platforms.

Chahat Fateh Ali Khan famous for his unconventional music, recently faced another setback when his viral hit “Bado Badi” was removed from YouTube. The song, which had garnered nearly 30 million views and went viral on platforms like Instagram Reels and TikTok, was deleted again after being reinstated.

The initial removal followed a copyright complaint from the official channel of the late legendary singer, Noorjahan. After this strike was lifted, another copyright claim led to the song’s deletion once more, frustrating Khan and his followers.

Copyright Strikes and Determination

Khan has been navigating a series of copyright challenges. Following the first removal of “Bado Badi,” he re-uploaded the song, which faced another strike that stopped its monetization but did not result in deletion. Khan expressed his frustration and confusion over the opposition he faces from prominent singers, anchors, and YouTubers.

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Despite these hurdles, he remains determined to continue his singing career. “I have worked hard for eight years to gain fame and earn my livelihood,” Khan said. “To those who want me to quit singing, I say more songs are coming, and I will keep singing.”

In response to the ongoing issues with YouTube, Khan decided to release “Bado Badi 2,” a second rendition of his viral song, on platforms like Facebook, X (formerly Twitter), and Instagram instead.

The new version features a different model, as the original model, Wajdan Rao, claimed she was only paid Rs5,000 for her work and subsequently fell out with Khan. This strategic shift to other social media platforms aims to avoid further trouble with YouTube’s copyright policies.

Fan Support and Future Plans

Khan has received substantial support from his fans. Many expressed disappointment over the removal of “Bado Badi” but continued to back Khan’s musical endeavors.

He emphasized his unique appeal, stating, “I am the only singer with young fans,” and promised to keep producing more songs. Khan also warned his critics, “If singers, anchors, YouTubers, and models continue to speak against me, I will take them to court. I always stand by my word.”

Khan plans to release a series of “Bado Badi” versions, catering to his growing fanbase. He has vowed to avoid YouTube for now, focusing on platforms where he faces fewer restrictions.