In this article, one will come to know about the 10 superhit Bollywood numbers that are just copied from some other sources.
Let’s discover the top 10 Bollywood numbers that were unashamedly copied from somewhere else.
Teri Meri from Bodyguard
The popular number “Teri Meri Prem Kahani” from the Bollywood flick ‘Bodyguard’ is a reproduction of a Christian religious doctrine by Cleopatra Stratan, a Moldovan child artiste, called “La Betlem Colo n Jos”.
Aate Jaate from Maine Pyar Kiya
The popular number Aate Jaate from the Bollywood flick ‘Maine Pyar Kiya’ is a copy of the 1984 Stevie Wonder Classic, “I Just Called to Say I Love You”.
Pyaar Ki Pungi from Agent Vinod
Pyaar Ki Pungi is a duplicate of a popular Iranian number “Soosan Khanoom”.
Tirchi Topiwaale from Tridev
“Tirchi Topiwaale” is a copy of “The Rhythm Is Going to Get You” by Miami Sound Machine.
Mil Gaya from Hum Kisi Se Kam Nahi
Mil Gaya from Hum Kisi Se Kam Nahi is a rip off from ABBA’s “Mama Mia”.
Kya Kehna from Kya Kehna
Kya Kehna from Kya Kehna is a horrendous copy of “Oh Carol” by Neil Sedaka.
Dil Le Lena from Auzaar
But, it was also very obvious that Dil Le Lena from Auzaar was a rip off from ‘Macarena’ by Los del Río.
Akele Hai To Kya Gam Hai from Qyamat Se Qyamat Tak
In actual fact, the song helped his director to bag the Filmfare award for the Best Music Director that year. But sadly, Akele Hai To Kya Gam Hai from Qyamat Se Qyamat Tak is a duplicate of ‘Return To The Alamo’ by the Shadows.
Jab Koi Baat Bigad Jaaye from Jurm
The song Jab Koi Baat Bigad Jaaye from Jurm, acclaimed as one of the top-notch songs of Bollywood, was a straight lift from “Five Hundred Miles” by Peter, Paul & Mary.
Ae Dil Hai Mushkil from C.I.D
Ae Dil Hai Mushkil from C.I.D is a copy of “Oh My Darling Clementine”, a well known American country song.
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