Punjabi songs have a unique style because of their lively rhythm and upbeat music. High pitched voice of the singers has got many fans for Punjabi songs all over the globe. Taking advantage of this, piracy sites illegally leak the songs to the internet. Djpunjab is one such pirating website which has been releasing Punjabi songs, albums and video songs online illegally.
About Djpunjab-What makes the site different from others?
As mentioned, Djpunjab is an illegal site that releases Punjabi songs, albums and video songs to the internet. From this website, one can download a countless number of songs for free. The website provides the songs in mp3 and mp4 formats ranging from 48 kbps to 320 kbps quality. This makes it easy for the listeners to download their favorite songs, without having to search on different platforms or to pay for the music apps.
This site is distinct as compared to other sites due to various reasons. This is a mobile-friendly website. The songs are categorized alphabetically, according to the year of release and according to the artist. Not only that, The site lists top 20 trending songs, top 20 artist’s songs and it updates its list of recent songs on a monthly basis.
List of songs leaked by Djpunjab
Here are some of the songs leaked by Djpunjab-
Bandook [Singer- Nirvair Pannu]
Kilometer [Singer- R Nait]
Yaari Tod Deni [Singer- Surjit Bhullar]
Bambiha Bole [Singer- Sidhu Moose Wala]
Duniya [Singer- Kulbir Jhinjer]
Dildariyan [Singer- Singga]
Ajj Kal Ajj Kal [Singer- Nimrat Khaira]
Jatt Banday [Singer- Sippy Gill]
Kamla [Singer- Rajvir Jawanda]
Kill Goriye [Singer- GURJ SIDHU]
Alternatives to Djpunjab
Even though piracy is highly opposed by the government and the film industry, pirating websites continue to exist. Other than Djpunjab, some of the pirating websites that leak songs and movies to the internet are-
- SSR Movies
What has the Indian Government done to stop piracy?
According to the Indian piracy law, piracy is not only illegal but a punishable crime. Leaking the movies and songs on the internet without permission, downloading the movies and songs from pirated sites, and recording in the theatres fall into the category of piracy. A person committing any or all of these acts and a person supporting them will be held liable.
According to the Cinematograph act of 2019, people involved in pirating can be fined up to Rs 10 lakh and/or can face 2-3 years of imprisonment. Under the law of the Indian constitution, the punishment for a person caught in the act of piracy is up to six months of jail and/or a fine of Rs 50,000 to 2,00,000.
Pirating and downloading songs from the illegal sites would cause loss to the artist and other people involved in the production. Instead, the music lovers can make use of the legal music applications like Spotify, Saavan, Gaana.com, and more.