Bollywood music is experiencing a stage where each melody has a remix, and none of the remixes is superior to the original ones. Thus, all the songs that you used to move on at weddings and different events currently have their remixes, and tuning in to them will make you miss the original melody to an ever-increasing extent.
Bollywood songs and even Punjabi songs that aren’t even old yet have new versions and are just baffling us. Presently, this makes us feel that the tune makers, everywhere, don’t have any inventiveness left in them any longer to improve songs or perhaps they are downright languid. Be that as it may, most original bollywood songs haven’t blurred from our recollections we appreciate tuning in to them.
Here is a rundown of Bollywood remixes that have destroyed the original version for us until the end of time:
- Dus Bahane
Even tuned into the new version of ‘Dus Bahane 2.0’ from Baaghi 3? On the off chance that you haven’t, to safeguard the old version’s memory, don’t hear it out. The original version is entirely acceptable and nobody needs the remix version of Dus Bahane to destroy it.
This melody’s change makes me extremely upset, yet taking a gander at Prabhu Deva moving again is a little comfort. Notwithstanding, the original melody’s lyrics and its vibe can’t be contrasted with the upgraded one as it’s out of the world!
- Sauda Khara
This tune is a DJ’s top choice and is played at practically all wedding capacities and truly, regardless of whether they didn’t make another version we’d be joyfully tuning in to the original tune. The original is Sukhbir’s version and makes individuals need to move on its beats.
As of late, a remix was found in the film Good Newwz featuring Akshay Kumar, Kareena Kapoor, Kiara Advani, and Diljit Dosanjh.
- O Saki
Nora Fatehi’s dance moves are a joy to take a gander at in the new version yet on the off chance that you tune in to the tune without the video, it’s not in the same class as the original one. This tune didn’t require another version, and we are merely going to tune in to the original one joyfully!
- Love Aaj Kal
Imtiaz Ali reused his film with similar songs, more regrettable storyline and various actors. Watchers didn’t perceive any need to kill the original Bollywood movie and its themes. From destroying the melody Dooriyan for us to duplicate sticking the tune Twist, we didn’t require this by any means.