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Well the truth as most of you must have been skeptic about is that Rohan Rathore does not exist and this in all is just a great viral marketing example with over versions for the music video of this song being uploaded on Youtube. Finally, the truth behind Rohan Rathore is coming out. The original singer of the song, Gajender Verma, supposedly from Pakistan, has started claiming the copyrights and the song is being taken off, where ever possible.

The truth is emerging and the story will die soon, but all in all a great marketing case. A good product with a good story made it really viral. The freedom of speech and the frictionless nature of spreading the speech without any check can be fatal at times. What we forgot with time is that new media is still media. The same media which spread unverified news about Steve Jobs death which caused a stock market panic. Also, there is this false media that makes plagiarists like Ankit Fadia a hero.

Lets heal the web and make it a better place, for you and for me. Enjoy this beautiful song from Rohan Rathore. Gajendra Verma. Bloody heck, just enjoy the song. Here is the soundtrack. Compare, rejoice the rip off attitude of Bollywood DFs. He is the founder of FindYogi ]. What do you think? Add to Collection Add new or search Public collection title. Private collection title.


Rohan Rathore Is Alive But It’s Time He Dies [Irresponsibly Powerful Web]

Download mp3. I dont think the ethics approached by the creators are wrong. In this nation of lip-syncing and bollywood trash songs, a good song is normally neither produced nor acknowledged and never listened. D lyrics seems to be so damn touching dat make u think dat d guy has felt it n conveyed his msg thru words ritten by wid d ink of his heart tears….


The mystery of Rohan Rathore

Gajendra Verma is an Indian singer, composer, lyricist and sound recordist [1] [2]. He came under the spotlight when he claimed that his song, titled "Emptiness", also known as "Tune Mere Jaana", which he had composed seven-and-a-half years before, leaked on the internet with a fake sympathetic story of a dying IIT student named Rohan Rathore. Gajendra Verma was born on 20 April in Sirsa , Haryana. His father Surender Verma is a well-known poet and theatre personality. His elder brother Vikram Singh is a music producer, music director and composer. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.


Gajendra Verma

He composed a heart-wrenching number for her and died of cancer 15 days later. The song, titled Emptiness , became a rage online, with around 15 lakh views and eight dedicated Facebook groups with thousands of fans. However, there is a hitch. Apparently, Rohan Rathore does not exist.

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