When Rahul Gandhi agreed to view Chirag Paswan's MILEY NA MILEY HUM in Delhi, it was a sort of endorsement of the fact that indeed those who belong to the political fraternity can pursue alternate career in the world of Hindi cinema. For Chirag Paswan to be able to make it to the world of Hindi cinema, may be on account of the political power that he draws from his lineage, is a first step forward in the world of Hindi cinema as it is for the first time in all probability that an individual who belongs to the class of those who live at the fringe of society has shattered the glass ceiling of Hindi cinema and has given a new sense of pride an identity to the community.
Copy cats in Hindi cinema flourish with impunity. RA.ONE's Chammak Challo has set the nation on fire and there are four different versions of the song in the film and each one of them has been rendered with finesse by Akon. It is difficult to discern that Akon, who has sung the song, does not know Hindi, but it is a fact. However, as it has been a tradition with the Hindi film industry, a successful song spawns illegal clones, so it has happened with RA.ONE's Chammak Challo as well. Akon may be fuming and even Shah Rukh Khan may not be amused by this blatant copying of his popular song, but it has been done in MILEY NAA MILEY HUM and it has been made into an item song, marking the debut of sultry and sexy Shweta Tiwari on to the silver screen, before she entered into the house of Big Boss.