Star India, the makers of the show Satyamev Jayate, have denied the allegations made by the Euphoria. Sai Krishna Rajagopal, the lawyer of the show, says that their copyright claims are baseless and they want to garner publicity by making claims. The TV channel is not going to consider their claim as serious stuff.
Earlier, Palash Sen had sent a legal notice to the Star India claiming that parts of the Satyamev Jayate anthem had been lifted from Euphoria's old song 'Satyameva Jayate'. He had added that the chorus of his song had been copied for the anthem. He had urged the bosses to give acknowledgment to the original creators.
In a reply to the Euphoria's legal notice, Star India bosses say that their allegations are baseless and they do not agree with their claims. They add that there is no case. Neither they would give acknowledgment to the original creators, nor consider it as something to be taken further.
However, Palash Sen is very upset with the arrogant reply of Star India. He says that they wanted an amicable solution. So instead of taking the issue to the court, they had sent a letter in the first place. Now, the Euphoria has determined to take the case to the court to get the justice.