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Singer Rapper Badshah Paid 72 Lakhs for Fake Views on his Song Pagal


Badshah Pagal Song Paid Views: Last year, the Mumbai Police had busted a racket that used to increase the social media followers of celebrities and influencers. singer-rapper Badshah’s name also came up in this case. The following 24 hours after its release on Sony Music’s YouTube channel on July 11, the song ‘Pagal’ has been viewed 75 million or 07.50 million times on YouTube.

This made ‘Pagal’ the most viewed song in the world within 24 hours. After this, there were allegations against Badshah that he had bought views for his song ‘Pagal’. Now a 446-page charge sheet has been filed in this case. It has been said that Badshah bought 72 lakh views for his music by paying 74 lakh rupees.

Badshah Pagal Song Paid Views

The names of 11 Panches, 25 witnesses and five accused are included in this charge sheet. Four of the five accused have been arrested. At the same time, Badshah and actress Koyna Mitra are witnesses in this case.


The matter started when singer Bhumi Trivedi complained with the Mumbai Police. Bhumi complained that some unknown person is contacting people by creating their fake ID on Instagram. After a preliminary investigation, the matter was transferred to the Crime Intelligence Unit. Then Sachin Vaze was leading that team.

According to the report of Mid-Day, in the statement given to Sachin, Badshah said that his song was to be aired on Sony Music India’s channel. He recorded the song and gave it to Sony Music.

Singer Badshah Confesses

In his statement to Waje, he confessed that he was looking after promoting the song with Qyuki Digital Media Pvt. Ltd. 74,26,370 to Rs. In which 18 per cent GST was also included. Badshah took this step after a conversation with Pawanesh Panju of Sony Music. You can listen to that song of Badshah here-

As a mid-day report, Qyuki Digital Media Pvt. Ltd. CFO Mahendra Patel recorded his statement before the crime branch. In this, he said that Sony Music’s Jai Mehta approached him to promote the song. Mahendra adds that his company promoted Badshah’s song ‘Pagal’. In return, he got Rs 74,26,370 from the emperor.


Ethical hacker Premendra Sharma, the accused in this case, told Mid-Day that he has increased his followers by 7-8 people. Apart from Premendra, the other accused in this case are – Abhishek Dawde, Kashif Mansoor and Vijay Banthia. All these people have been arrested.

But an accused named Tabish Ali Mir is still absconding. Talking to Mid-Day, Mansoor said that no action was taken against those who increased their followers. Even the celebrities who admitted that they had increased their followers wrong, nothing happened to them either. Mansoor says that those people work only based on commission.

Shubham Dubey
Shubham Dubey
Shubham has an excellent knowledge of science and technology. He has one year of experience in writing articles. He also had worked for many websites. He loves singing and painting.

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