As soon as the song ‘Sher Khul Gaye‘ from the movie ‘Fighter‘ was released on online platforms, fans quickly noticed similarities with the iconic track ‘Stayin’ Alive‘ from Bee Gees. Additionally, some music listeners pointed out resemblances to BTS’ chart-topping hit ‘Dynamite.’ Recently, director Siddharth Anand acknowledged these similarities but emphasized that such occurrences are common in the world of music.
In a recent interview with Zoom, Anand addressed the comparisons drawn between the newly released song and popular tracks like the Bee Gees’ ‘Stayin’ Alive’ and BTS’ ‘Dynamite.’ He mentioned that the musical notes of these songs are similar, and it is not a strange thing as it has happened many times in music. He stated that ‘Sher Khul Gaye’ is not inspired by the other songs, but the progressions are similar.

Fighter | Song – Sher Khul Gaye

To illustrate his point, the director hummed the melody of ‘Radha’ from ‘Student of the Year,’ noting the similarity in scanning with ‘Aap Ki Kasam’s ‘Jai Jai Shiv Shankar.’ Anand clarified that while the scanning may be similar, it doesn’t necessarily imply copying. As a technician, he believes that such similarities are common, but it does not mean the song is lifted from another one.
Anand expressed his enthusiasm about the ‘Fighter’ movie songs and added that they are great to listen to and watch. They make the audience more connected to the movie and are more hummable. ‘Sher Khul Gaye’ was sung by Vishal & Shekhar, Benny Dayal, Shilpa Rao, and composed by Vishal & Shekhar.

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