A few weeks ago, Alia Bhatt made her music video debut with the Punjabi song Prada. The song was composed by the Lamberghini famed duo, The Doorbeen. The song clocked more than 21 million views on YouTube and was lauded by many including her boyfriend Ranbir Kapoor.

A Pakistani actress by the name of Mehwish Hayat has commented stating Alia Bhatt's song Prada is similar to a song titled Gore Rang Ka Zamana from the album ‘Vital Signs'.


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"I find this strange. On the one hand Bollywood vilifies Pakistan at every opportunity they get. On the other, they continue to steal our songs. Copyright violation and royalty payments obviously mean nothing to them," she tweeted.

"Now can we wake up, smell the coffee and see Bollywood's agenda for what it is? Shah Rukh Khan, be patriotic, nobody is stopping you - just don't do it at the expense of vilifying us," Hayat tweeted.

This is not the first time that the actress has come up with such remarks. She has many times criticized Bollywood for its alleged hypocrisy and has accused it of stealing Pakistani songs.

Mehwish Hayat also gave her opinion on the Indo-Pak relationship. She maintained her stance in an opinion piece written for CNN earlier. "Indian PM Modi has arguably co-opted and weaponised the country's film industry. It's difficult, often impossible, for Pakistani actors to find work in India," she wrote

"Pakistan is a Muslim majority nation and Islamophobia is a top-down industry in India: at the top, hyper-nationalist films, songs and slogans teach the masses to hate. At the grassroots, Muslims have been killed for so-called crimes like eating beef," Hayat said.


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Post Article 370 abolition, Pakistan bans Indian films amid spike in tensions:
Pakistan banned the screening of Indian films in the country's theatres, amid tensions between the two sides after New Delhi revoked the special status of Jammu and Kashmir. "No Indian film will be screened in any Pakistani theatre. Drama, films and Indian content of this kind will be completely banned in Pakistan," Firdous Ashiq Awan, special advisor to Prime Minister Imran Khan for Information and Broadcasting, tweeted.