Bollywood songs that are copied from songs in other languages
Bollywood Industry is a great platform to showcases your talent. It has a number of songs which are doing great but you guys actually don’t have an idea that a number of them are derived from other languages. Given below is the list of same.
Dhoom Machale from Dhoom (2004)
This very famous song which has been a great hit when the movie was released is actually a copied version. This song was taken from Mario Takes a Walk by Jesse Cook a 1996 movie.
Sochna Kya from Ghayal
A track from 1990 which was loved by people also has its room in some other industry. This song was copied from Los Kjarkas by Llorando Se Fue, the one which was released in 1981.
Gela Gela from Aitraaz
This 2004 track was a great part number and all the people have actually tapped there feats on this town. But in reality, this town was taken from Thoia Thiong by R. Kelly which was released in 2003.
Hare Krishna Hare Raam from Bhool Bhulaiyaa
This movie of 2007 was quite interesting to watch and it became a favourite track of people as it was a great song for performing. But actually, this track is derived from My Leconby JTL which was released in 2003.
Pehli Nazar from Race
Pehli Nazar is a romantic number which was released in 2008 and is still a part of all the romantic couple dance because of the amazing words and tune. This song was also inspired by another language. It was actually taken from Sarang Hae Yo by Kim Hyung Su which was released in 2005.
Neend Churaayi Meri from Ishq
This song of Ishq is still loved by the people. This movie came into the market in 1997 and attracted a lot of youngsters. This song is also not a new composition as it was taken from Sending All My Love by Tolga which was released in 1990.
Thus these are some of the songs which are quite famous till now but are actually not a new piece. They have been derived from some other languages.