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Revealed! Here’s Is Why Salman Khan Is Miffed With PM Narendra Modi’s Biopic

Salman Khan is upset over Prime Minister Narendra Modi's biopic, here's why

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The biopic of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been in the news ever since it was announced last year. The controversy surrounding to PM Modi biopic does not seem to end at anytime soon. According to reports, Salman Khan is not happy with Narendra Modi’s biopic as a song from his film ‘Dus’ has been used in the movie.

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Yes, in the film, Salman Khan’s song ‘Suno Gaur Se Duniya Walon’ has been used. According to Deccan Chronicles, the Bajrangi Bhaijan actor was not aware of the song. For the uninitiated, Vivek Oberoi is playing Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the film.

The report says that since Vivek Oberoi and Salman Khan do not have a good relationship following their fallout over Aishwarya Rai Bachchan. Salman is miffed as his movie’s song is being used in Vivek’s film.

“Salman Khan was not aware that his song was used in PM Modi’s biopic till the film’s maker clarified and he came to know about it. Salman Khan is close with T-Series and he knows that the music rights are with the music company and they can use songs anywhere they want,” the report further said.

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Salman Khan does not have any problem with Bhushan Kumar’s T-Series but he is reportedly having a problem with Vivek Oberoi. “Salman does not even see eye to eye with Vivek and his song is being featured in his film. It may also have been picturised on his character,” the report reads.

The publication also made it clear that Salman has a good rapport with PM Modi and he does not want to make an issue out of this. Recently, renowned lyrics, Javed Akhtar hit out PM Modi for using his name on its posters as one of the songwriters for the film. “T-series being the official music partner of our film. We have taken the songs Ishwar Allah from the film 1947: Earth and the song Suno Gaur Se Duniya Walon from the film Dus, thus we have given the due credits to respective lyricists Javed Sahab and Sameerji!,” the filmmakers clarified.

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