The legendary Babbu Maan is out with his next that has been titled as 'Teri Yaad Aati Hai'. It was released on the special occasion of Valentine's Day in the national capital, where the maker including Maan had organised a press conference. Touted to be the "love anthem" of the year here's what Maan had to say about his latest song which also features actress Smita Gondkar.
This song 'Teri Yaad Aati Hai' conveys a beautiful story. We have tried to explore emotions of love in different ways. I actually don't celebrate Valentines, it was Dj Sheizwood's plan to reveal this track on this special day for all the lovers.
During the press conference when a reporter asked Maan to give a statement on the gun culture, violence in Punjabi songs and government's take to ban such songs. Maan brilliantly replied the media person stating;
Where are the gun cultured songs played? On television, so you are TV people ban such songs. What's the source of the such song YouTube, well, it's already filled up with immense filth why don't ban it? Modi Saab can ban it, he can do anything. If he can implement GST he can do this as well. Have you ever read historical books? Most of them all filled with lust why not to ban them.
Elaborating further to clear himself Maan gave an example of the mega-hit movie 'Sholay'. He said that it is probably the most viewed film by the nation that too in a long run. The famous character in the film Gabbar Singh was a dacoit, did many in the nation turned into dacoits after watching him. In the end he said if someone wants instant fame in short time, they pull the leg of a celebrity singer, that's what happens.
It is to inform you that Punjab Police has recently launched its campaign to spread awareness about the rising gun culture and gangster-ism in Punjabi songs, police states that gun-themed songs are not to be produced any further or they will be forced to take necessary action against the respective singer. The defaulter can be fined or jailed or liable to both punishments in certain case.
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