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People are talking about Kangana re-recording the songs male-rendered from Gangster in a female voice for her recent performance at an awards function. This, apparently, hasn't gone down well with her co-star Shiney Ahuja who would seem to hold the creative rights over those melodies.
But Kangana jumps to her defense. "Those are my songs as much as Shiney's. And since I couldn't dance and mime them in male voices I got them re-done as female songs for my first stage show. I see nothing wrong with that. In any case Ya ali in Gangster is originally sung by a Pakistani female singer. And that's the version I danced to. Shiney should've no objection to that."
About her turbulent rapport with Shiney Kangana shrugs, "We're not the best of friends and we aren't enemies. We're both professionals. People have appreciated our pairing and that's what counts. Beyond that we don't need to be concerned about each other in any way. He has his life, I've mine.. "
Incidentally Kangana has hardly any scenes with Shiney in Anurag Basu's Metro. He's paired with the hot-n-happening Shilpa Shetty.