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Aamir Khan addresses DK Bose credit controversy

 
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Actor Aamir Khan got into another controversy over the song 'DK Bose'. He finally addressed a press conference with artists Jiten Thukral and Sumit Tagra in New Delhi. The artists had demanded a share of credit for the song because they first coined the term 'Bose DK' for a series of paintings in the year 2005. Apparently, both the parties have mutually resolved the matter.

Aamir apart from clearing all the rumours, also shared his excitement about the huge response that Delhi Belly has got. While addressing the journalists in New Delhi, the actor told, "Initially, even I thought why they (artists) are speaking up just before the release. These days, every producer gets 3-4 notices before a film's release. So companies and distribution houses have legal team just to deal with that. At first, we thought this might be the case, but once I met with these boys, I figured that was not the intention. They are coming from a different space, and did not have that intention."

The artists also insist that their intention was not to stop Delhi Belly's release. "We reacted late as we were travelling. When we came back, the song was all over. It was important for us to go ahead and make out point. The intention was not to stop movie or hurt somebody. We are artists and work on our principles. Things can be mutually solved. We never thought about monetary benefits," they explained.

Meanwhile, Aamir was thrilled with the film's response, “I am thrilled with the response. What gives me real high is to sit in the dark theatre and watch the audience enjoying the movie. I'm very happy about the film."

Topics: delhi belly, aamir khan

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