‘JugJugg Jeeyo’ song ‘Nach Punjaban’ made everyone groove to it and why not Gippy Grewal lent his voice to the party number along with other singers. Unfortunately, he didn’t get the due credits for the song but it is his kindness that all he said was “okay fine, good luck.”
While talking to Bollywood Hungama, Gippy Grewal was asked about backing each other and celebrating the success of other celebrities. To this, the actor said that "I don't know why people think of pulling leg.”
Later, he revealed, “I did a song 'Angreji Beat'. Deepika danced to it; a lot of other stars performed on it, but no one took my name. Even the film's trailer was cut on the song but no one gave proper credit.”
Highlighting a similar and recent incident, Gippy Grewal revealed that “JugJugg Jeeyo featured the song 'Nach Punjaban'. They asked me to sing the song. I said, okay. I gave my vocals to the song and send it to them. Later, I didn't get any reply for three months. I thought they might not have liked my vocals. Then, I saw a poster that stated that the trailer is coming tomorrow. So, I called the music director Tanishq and asked them if they have used my vocals. He said no and that it was Dharma's call. I said okay fine, good luck.”
“The next day the trailer was released. I didn't see it. However, my brother called me and said that the song was amazing, why didn't you tell me about it? I asked him where you listened to the song. He said the song was in the trailer with your vocals. When I checked the trailer, the whole trailer was cut on my vocal. I was shocked because the music director had said no to me. Then I messaged him that it's good you didn't use my vocals and please inform them to not use my vocals. I don't want to do the song. Then they called me and gave excuses. I mean, the whole film was promoted on that particular song but nobody said that who sung it,” he said.
He further said that “Next day, I found that Avrar Ji tweeted about the song and I was like they didn't even have the rights of the song and I sang it. I was very amazed because I have grown up seeing Avrar ji and learning from him. I had not even signed any agreement. Then someone from Dharma called me and he was very nice. He told me that there was a cheque for me. I said I didn't do the song for money. If I would have done it for money then I would have asked for it prior to sending my vocals. I asked them to not do it like this next time.”