July 5, 2011 03:35:27 PM IST IBNS, Glamsham Editorial
B-town perfectionist Aamir Khan faced some tough moments as two Delhi-based contemporary artists alleged copyright infringement over the title of the track Bhaag DK Bose from the film DELHI BELLY because they claimed it was alike to their art project designs titled 'Bose DK'.
The Contemporary artist duo, Jiten Thukral and Sumir Tagra, have made those series of oil on canvas paintings designs in 2003. Meanwhile in a press conference in New Delhi on Monday afternoon the two artists and Aamir Khan himself interacted over this issue and announced that the differences have been sorted out.
"We were taken aback when we saw the terminology used in the song. We really felt it important to stand by our work," Thukral said.
Aamir said that he was able to understand that the artists were not there to attack him.
"It has become a trend that every producer gets three to four notices. We thought it will be one of those. But once I met with both these boys I realized that they have no intention to harm me," Khan, who produced the movie, said. He also said humorously that it was for this incident that he was able to meet the original 'Bose DK'.
The urban centric comedy DELHI BELLY was released at on July 1. Its song Bhaag DK Bose is considered to be one of the most popular numbers of the year.