According to the family of the deceased horizontal wood band saws Manufacturers artist, the tune was used by the makers of the movie without permission and Wanswett was not even given credit for it. In a documentary called ‘Gwalia’, Brek and his family can be seen singing the song that goes on to prove their claim to be true.The track titled ‘Hoi Kiw (Chalo Chalo)’ features Usha Uthup along with the popular band ‘Summersault’ performing it. This is just a way of stirring controversy around the movie," Shujaat was quoted as saying by a leading daily. "

The rights of the song used in the movie belong to the band Summersault from Meghalaya. The band has performed this song many times before as well.While Producer Ritesh Sidhwani has kept mum on this issue, Director Shujaat Saudagar has rubbished these claims.The film, however, has received lukewarm response and the makers are blaming it on demonetisation of Rs. Family of famous Khasi musician Late E Brektist R Wanswett claims that the song ‘Hoi Kiw (Chalo Chalo)’ is a copied version of the legendary Khasi musician’s renowned folk tune.The family had raised objection in the past through local newspapers. It is an original composition by them.