New Year Revelers To Miss Bollywood Chartbusters 

All the star hotels that would organise New Year eve bashes to refrain from playing certain Hindi songs till January 5 - Sakshi Post

Hyderabad: A big disappointment awaits the New Year party revelers, as they cannot groove to some of their favorite Bollywood hit numbers like 'Kala Chasma', 'Baby Ko base Pasand Hai' and 'Tere Sang Yaara'.

The fear of landing into legal troubles due to copyright act violation is said to be the reason for the DJ's not incorporating these songs.

Novex Communications Pvt Ltd

Thus if any organization or any institution or business concern or hotel or hotels or any entertainment unit or cultural associations etc., whomsoever wishes to play the songs or communicate the said songs for which Novex Communications possess copyrights and also for sound recording for entertainment to public or to invitees, etc they shall (such third parties) obtain licence or permission from the plaintiffs on payment of fees

Ranga Reddy court issued an order to all the star hotels that would organise New Year eve bashes to refrain from playing certain Hindi songs till January 5. The order has been issued after a Mumbai-based Novex Communications Pvt Ltd approached the city court.

Novex Communications Pvt Ltd issued a statement saying, "Thus if any organization or any institution or business concern or hotel or hotels or any entertainment unit or cultural associations etc., whomsoever wishes to play the songs or communicate the said songs for which Novex Communications possess copyrights and also for sound recording for entertainment to public or to invitees, etc they shall (such third parties) obtain licence or permission from the plaintiffs on payment of fees."

It owns the music rights of Yash Raj Productions and Zee Entertainment and Enterprise.

Meanwhile, apart from Hyderabad, Chennai and Bengaluru also may have to forego playing these songs.


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