It's not too hard to guess that Bollywood is gradually losing its charm in composing songs the way it once did, considering the frequency at which they are modifying the retro ones. The very recent and trending ones being Mere Miya Gaye England (a re-created version of Mere Piya Gaye Rangoon) from Rangoon and Tamma Tamma (inspired by Madhuri Dixit's old song Tamma Tamma) featuring in Badrinath Ki Dulhania. But hey, on the brighter side aren't these mixes increasing the popularity of the retro ones? Young people who weren't around for the original And to be honest, they are quite groovy. Here are some of the popular tunes on our playlist, which are actually the hits of the 80s,90s and early 2000.
Released in 1998 in the movie Bombay, the song was modified and rereleased in the 2017 movie Ok Jaanu starring Aditya Roy Kapur and Shraddha Kapoor.
Aisa Na Mujhe Tum Dekho
This 70s song, sung by Kishore Kumar for the movie Darling Darling, is one of his popular tracks. The song was re-used in the recent release Wajah Tum Ho featuring Sana Khan.
Dil Kya Kare
Yet another Kishore Kumar song from the movie Julie, 1975. The song was recently used in the movie Kaabil.
With having almost hundred different kinds of remakes that could not match to half the hotness of Zeenat Aman from Qurbani, in 2017 came Sunny Leone sizzling in the same song who if not more, is at least at par.
While the 2002 release Kaante saw Malaika Arora in the song, Zarine Khan did a fairly good job of dancing on the same song in the 2016 movie Wajah Tum Ho.
Sara Zamana Haseeno Ka Deewana
While the 1981 song starring Amitabh Bachchan was already a hit, we are still trying to get over Urvashi Rautela's moves from her item number in Kaabil.
Tridev saw three beauties – Sangeeta Bijlani, Madhuri Dixit and Sonam dancing to the beats of Oye Oye. The song was later reused in Azhar with Nargis Fakhri playing the lead.
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