Ajith Fan Trolled Lyricist Vivek For Copying “GANA” Stephen’s “Pullingo” !! Check How He Replied With Proof !!


One of the highly anticipated films of the year is Atlee directorial Bigil. The sports drama will see Thalapathy Vijay in dual avatar. The promos of the film have already generated immense hype and curiosity amongst fans. But if there is one aspect of the film that has left all the Thalapathy fans in a state of frenzy is that he has lent his voice to a song titled as “Verithanam”. Moreover, the song is composed by AR Rahman, the legendary two times Academy Award winning music composer and the lyrics were written by Vivek.

As soon as the single released, Fans of the actor couldn’t keep calm as they made an record of posting more than 1 million tweets in twitter. On the other hand celebrities also, for their part expressed their excitement through their tweets. The lyrical video of the song has now reached 15 million views and in a way of expressing his joy, lyricist vivek posted a tweet yesterday.

“புள்ளிங்கோ எல்லாம் நலமா 😉” read the tweet posted by Vivek. The term “Pullingo” refers to “Boys” which was used in the Verithanam song by the Lyricist.

However, one of a twitter user and Ajith fan said that the lyricist copied it from recent sensational “Gana” song sung by “Gana” Stephen. The song which starts like “Gumbalaga Suthuvuom” went unbelievably viral as it reached 35 million views so far. The song carries a line “Enga Pullingo Elam Bayangaram” which is now being used in many video memes and photo memes.

The Fan who accused Vivek for copying said “Idhayumada copy adipinga😂😂 pulliango gana Stephen avana thala fan avan dialogue copy😂”

Vivek immediately replied with a proof to prove that he used “Pullingo” way before Stephen’s song was released. Vivek in his tweet said ” Mr.Stephens song is👌🏻 But i humbly deny ur accusation. His song was published on 10-3-19. We completed ours before 25-1-2019(Mail Screenshot) If U won’t believe my pic, Pullaingo was used in MersalArasan song(2017)
Neither of us copied Its a word commonly used in North Chennai😊 “

Vivek also posted the screenshot of a mail from his Gmail inbox.


Check out his tweet here :

Vivek is now the much-sought-after lyricist in K-Town. The young talent made his debut with Siddharth’s Enakul Oruvan in 2015, and in a matter of four years, he has become a leading song-writer in the Tamil film industry.

Earlier, the track Singapenney from Bigil was released and the entire team dedicated the song to women. The motivational song turned out to be a major hit among netizens as it speaks highly of the struggles of and sacrifices by women.

What do you think on this reply from Vivek ?? Comment your views below !!


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