Fans claim that ‘Ordinary Person’ has an uncanny similarity to a song from the British drama series ‘Peaky Blinders’Lokesh Kanagaraj's directorial and Anirudh Ravichancer's musical, Leo has landed in a controversy when the composer and makers released the new song “Ordinary Person” online two days ago. As soon as the song dropped, netizens observed that it is uncannily similar to “I'm Not An Outsider” song from the popular British drama series ‘Peaky Blinders’, and the internet went berserk.\r\n \r\n \r\n Many netizens reached out to the original song composer Otnicka and claimed that Leo's new song is heavily copied / inspired by “I'm Not An Outsider”, which again is based on Otnicka and Artem Mikhaenkin's composition “Where Are You?”. Soon, Otnicka took cognisance of the matter and put out a post on Instagram saying "Guys, thanks for your messages about the movie "Leo". I can see everything, but it's physically impossible to answer everyone. The mail is overflowing with messages, Instagram, as well as thousands of comments on YouTube under the video "Where Are You". The situation is very unclear… We are looking into this and a little later I will give an assessment of everything that is happening. But I'm not accusing anyone yet (sic)."Listen to Otnicka and Artem Mikhaenkin's composition below for comparison:\r\n \r\n \r\n This is the second time Anirudh is facing plagiarism allegations, as earlier, his song “Kalyana Vayasu” from 'Kolamaavu Kokila' was accused to be a copy of Sannan's “Don't Lie”. However, Anirudh then clarified stating that the beat of the song was licensed from @beatsbymantra (whose account no longer exists now).No one from the team of Leo or Anirudh has responded on the allegations yet.