Tweeple Noticed That Tiger Shroff’s ‘Poori Gal Baat’ Sounds Similar To EXO Kai’s ‘Peaches’ And They Have Proof
When you are an artiste, it’s okay to take inspiration from another artiste but that does not mean that you can copy their work and it’s very unethical as well. Recently, Tiger Shroff released a new song ‘Poori Gal Baat’ featuring Mouni Roy and his fans loved it. But a lot of people have noticed that it sounds similar to EXO member Kai’s song ‘Peaches’ and it’s not a good sign at all!
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After the song ‘Poori Gal Baat’ was released on February 28, 2022, a few people who follow K-pop music noticed that it sounds like one of the K-pop songs ‘Peaches’ released by EXO member Kai. To prove the point clearly, the user made a video combining the chorus part of the two songs and the music does sound similar even though the lyrics are completely different. Sharing the video, the user tweeted, “Are we going to ignore the fact that Tiger Shroff just released a song that sounds almost similar to Kai’s “Peaches” (emoji).”
Take a look:
— DESI KPOPPER (@DesiKpopper7) February 28, 2022
Another user highlighted that the song ‘Poori Gal Baat’ is a combination of Kai’s two songs – ‘Mmmh’ and ‘Peaches’. The user said that Tiger copied the two songs and mentioned that the Baaghi actor should give credits to him after copying his work.
Tiger shroff has copied EXO KAI's PEACHES and MMMH in his new song. He posted a teaser of less than 30 seconds but he copied almost the whole songs. How much copied will be the full song then? He should give credits to KAI. KAI has worked so hard for them.++ pic.twitter.com/Wb1YP1wQku
— Peve 🤍 Last Scene 🌿 (@EXO_verdosed) February 24, 2022
Also Read: Tiger Shroff And Mouni Roy’s New Music Video ‘Poori Gal Baat’ Is A Bland Mess Despite Its Vibrant Colours
Take a look at both music videos here:
‘Poori Gal Baat’ is a Punjabi dance track sung by Tiger Shroff. Ranbir Singh and Arjun have written the lyrics of the song and the music has been composed by Prem and Hardeep. Rahul Shetty and Zui Vaidya choreographed the dance number that features Mouni Roy as well.
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Even if the song is copied, we can’t say the song is copied or not until they both decide to release an official statement regarding the issue.
Preeti loves writing about pop culture, celebrity gossip, K-Drama, and K-Pop. However, criticising mediocre entertainment-related things seems to interest her a lot.