Songs you like- Original or Remix?
Music is a therapy and musicians are doctors. Listening to music is of the most common hobby opted by all of us. It connects you with different people and different culture. There are multiple songs dedicated to different moods and events. Similarly, certain music was recreated and presented to all of us.
GulabiAakhen– This song was the first shot for the Rajesh Khanna starred film The Train. Mohammad Rafi, in 1970, recorded GulabiAakhen in his melodious voice. Later this beautiful song was sung by many artists but, in the year 2017, Gulabi 2.0 released. Amaal Mallik gave his voice to this music for the film Noor.
Sara Zamana– Anjaan wrote this song, and Kishore Kumar gave his voice to it. This song became a masterpiece when Amitabh Bachchan performed wearing lesser lights for the movie Yaarana (1981). However, the remake version of this song is in the movie Kaabil. Urvashi Rautela performed on it, and Payal Dev sang it.
MirchiLagiToh – The original song picturised on the grooving moves of Govinda and Karishma Kapoor was for the film Coolie No 1 (1995). Kumar Sanu recorded the song. Later, the remake of this movie released in 2020 with this song. Kumar Sanu and AlkaYagnik recorded the remake version of MirchiLagiToh.
BoroLokerBiti – This Bengali folk song was written by RatanKahar and sung by Swapan Chakraborty originally. In the year, 2020 singer and rapper Badshah released GendaPhool, which encouraged many dance covers for social media.
I am a Disco Dancer – In the year, 1982 Mithun Chakraborty danced to the tunes of Vijay Benedict and ever since then, Disco Dancer became an evergreen party anthem. Originally it was filmed for the movie Disco Dancer. Benny Dayal recorded the 2.0 version of I am a Disco Dancer in 2020.
Bachna Ae Haseeno– It is originally from the movie Hum KisiseKumNahi, released in the year 1977. RD Burman and Kishore Kumar composed one of the finest songs of the 70s, and Rishi Kapoor performing was the cherry on top. The remake version of this song released as a title track of Ranbir Kapoor’s Bachna Ae Haseeno.
TuCheez Bari hai mast mast– This song is one of the finest party songs from the 90s collection. The artists of the original piece were Udit Narayan and Kavita Krishnamurthy for the film Mohra. This song was later recreated by Neha Kakkar and Udit Narayan and released in the movie Machine.
The list is quite long, right? But what is your pick, original or remake?