And they again made it to the chartbusters!
Old is Gold is a popular adage. And it stands true.
When this 'Old' is recreated and moulded with a new flavour and twist, it succeeds in creating a magic again. Friends, are you getting what I am trying to say? Yes. You got that right!
Today, we are here to throw some light on some old classic film songs from Bollywood, which made it big when they were brought back in a new avatar.
Songs have been an integral as well as the most important part of Hindi films and needless to say that the music and song tracks do affect the fate of a film and even help in making it a blockbuster. So, friends let's take a look at such classics from 1980s and 1990s, which made it to the chartbusters.
They became a hit again when they were recreated in the recent times. Have a look.
Laila, the superhit song track from the film Raees created a buzz much before the movie got released. Featuring the very hot Sunny Leone, this item track was a remake of very popular song, Laila O Laila, from film - Qurbaani (1980).
While Sunny's hotness made the song much more interesting, Zeenat Aman's oomph in Laila O Laila is unforgettable. Watch the original video down below.
Remember the steamy affair between Salman Khan and Aishwarya Rai? When their off-screen chemistry was seen on the screen in film Hum Dil Dechuke Sanam, it proved to be a massive hit.
The song Albela Sajan Aayo Re of this film became highly popular after the film's release. Sanjay Leela Bhansali used this classical song track from his own film in his recent release - Bajirao Mastani.
The hugely popular song track Dhol Baaje from the film Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam, which will always be one of the peppiest song tracks ever was recreated for the film Ek Paheli Leela in 2015.
It is still the most played song during Navratri in India and I am sure, it will always be.
Wooo!! Featuring the late Vinod Khanna and Madhuri Dixit in it, Aaj Fir Tumpe Pyaar Aya Hai from film Dayavan became the most romantic song in 1980s. And when it was used again in the film Hate Story 2 (2014), it created the same magic all over again.
Ahaa!! The Tamma Tamma song from the film Badrinath Ki Dulhaniya, featuring Alia Bhatt and Varun Dhawan was a recreation of the song Tamma Tamma from the film Thanedaar (1990). Like that of the 90s, this song became the most loved dancing number in 2017.
Featuring actors Mustafa Burnawalla and Kiara Advani from the film Machine, Tu Cheez Badi Hai Mast Mast is a revised version of super duper hit song from the film Mohra (1994). I still can't get over the sizzling chemistry Akshay Kumar and Raveena Tandon shared in this song from the 90s.
Rehashed with a tinge of present day beats, the Humma Humaa song made it to the chartbusters again. Originally from the film Bombay, Humma Humma will always be the favourite of all the music lovers out there. Isn't it?
The audience went crazy when the recreation of popular romantic number Raabta, from the film Agent Vinod, came into the existence. While Saifeena looked beautiful in Raabta's original version, Deepika Padukone's sexy avatar in its recreated version for the film Raabta, was surely a sight to behold.
Ravishing Urvashi Rautela made our hearts skip a beat when she shook a leg on the song Haseeno Ka Deewana in the film Kaabil (2016).
But the latest version featuring Urvashi redoing the old classic Saara Zamana Haseeno Ka Deewana from the film Yaarana (1981) is not close to the magic, which Amitabh Bachchan created in 1980s.
Crooned by Yo Yo Honey Singh, this song is a reprise of the song Dheere Dheere Se from the love drama Aashiqui (1990). Brought again in a new avatar, this old melody made way to millions of hearts again.
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