YouTube Takes Down Chahat Fateh Ali Khan’s Viral Song “Bado Badi”

YouTube took down Chahat Fateh Ali Khan's viral song "Bado Badi" due to copyright infringement.

In recent days, Pakistani singer Chahat Fateh Ali Khan’s song, “Bado Badi” has been going extremely viral on social media and YouTube. However, now YouTube has removed the song, which accumulated over 28 million views, due to copyright infringement.

The original song “Akh Ladi Bado Badi” was sung by Noor Jehan for the film Banarasi Thag, featuring Mamtaz. Chahat Fateh Ali Khan’s rendition of the iconic song was uploaded to YouTube in April this year and quickly gained popularity, becoming a hit.

As per Times Now, the song was taken down from YouTube on June 6 due to a copyright strike. It featured Pakistani actor Wajdan Rao Ranghar alongside singer Chahat Fateh Ali Khan.

Who Is Chahat Fateh Ali Khan?

Kashif Rana, also recognized by his stage name Chahat Fateh Ali Khan, is a multifaceted individual described as a “singer, musician, songwriter, actor, director.” Born in Sheikhupura in March 1965, he received his education at Government High School Sheikhupura. Following his graduation from Government College University Lahore (GCUL), he pursued further studies in History at the University of the Punjab in Lahore before relocating to London.

Chahat Fateh Ali Khan’s Connection With Fateh Ali Khan

Chahat, whose real name is Kashif Rana, has no familial ties to Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan or Rahat Fateh Ali Khan. Born in Pakistan, he presently works as a minicab driver in London, according to opIndia.

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