Some good news for Pakistani cricket and music fans. It seems like the strain between singer Zoheb Hassan and Pakistan Super League (PSL) have settled on good notes. As the singer has offered his late sister Nazia Hassan Hassan’s track ‘Dosti’ to the tournament with his full consent.
52-year-old Pakistani pop icon turned to Twitter to announce his decision of giving the rights of the 80’s super hit song ‘Dosti’ which he sang with his sister Nazia Hassan, adding that his late sister will also be paid accolades in the tournament’s closing ceremony.
Zoheb Hassan in a tweet wrote I am pleased to offer our song Dosti to @thepslt20. It will feature along with Disco Deewane as a special Tribute to my (late) sister Nazia Hassan at the HBLPSL Closing Ceremony in Karachi.
I am pleased to offer our song Dosti to @thepslt20. It will feature along with Disco Deewane as a special Tribute to my (late) sister Nazia Hassan at the HBLPSL Closing Ceremony in Karachi.
— Zoheb Hassan (@zoheb_hassan) March 12, 2019
Earlier at the start of the PSL, celebrity singer had slammed PSL for using his and Nazia Hassan’s track ‘Disco Deewane’ for the opening ceremony of its fourth season in the voice of Aima Baig, without his consent.
I was shocked to see that a reputable platform like PSL used our track Disco Dewane without our prior permission. Outright infringement of intellectual property should be condemned and I am going to take a legal stand on this one ! https://t.co/4WA9roWNmE
— Zoheb Hassan (@zoheb_hassan) February 15, 2019