We all have grown up listening to Bollywood music. There were no misgivings that Bollywood creates the best music on the planet. Furthermore, prepare to be blown away. It released the best tunes, just that they were at that point discharged once before that. There, I said it. Bollywood is the written falsification capital of the world. Each music chief you've at any point tuned in to more likely than not ripped off some tune from some nation without a doubt.
We should backpedal to the 90s. They call it the brilliant period of Bollywood music. I for one have experienced my adolescence moving to the grooviest of the Bollywood numbers. Furthermore, I'm certain you have done it as well. It makes me truly tragic that countless melodies were finished shams from remote numbers. Everything bodes well at this point! Something else, Bollywood would have been overflowed by Grammys and Oscars. Looking at the number of songs our film industry has copied, I feel lucky that India is not banned from making music.
Let's take a look at 10 songs of Anu Malik which proved that he is the King of Plagiarism:
1. Dil Mera Churaya Kyun (Akele Hum Akele Tum) - Last Christmas (Wham!)
First comes, 'Dil Mera Churaya Kyun' from the film 'Akele Hum Akele Tum'. This song is an entire counterfeit of one of the best hits from the UK based band 'Wham!'. The first is called 'Last Christmas' from the collection 'Music from the edge of Heaven'.
2. Kaho Na Kaho (Murder) - Tamally Maak (Amr Diab)
Next up is 'Kaho Na Kaho' from the film Murder. Anu Malik took up this melody from Egyptian craftsman Amr Diab's chartbuster hit 'Tamally Maak'.
3. Jaana Tere Pyar Mein (Murder) - Nissho Korecho (Miles)
Almost all the songs from Murder are copied. This one is 'Jaana Tere Pyar Mein' which is really replicated from a Bangladeshi shake song of praise called 'Firiye Dao/Nissho Korecho' by the band "Miles".
4. Neend Churayi Meri (Ishq)- Sending All My Love (Linear)
Ever wondered, why this song was much excessively awesome for now is the right time? Here's the motivation behind why 'Neend Churai Meri' from "Ishq" had its notch taken up from 'Sending All My affection' by the American band 'Direct'.
5. Chumbak Tu (Deewane Huye Pagal) - Turn Me On (Kevin Lyttle)
How to take an international hit and transform it into something so terrible that your ears begin dying? Approach Anu Malik for this as he's done that many circumstances. For instance 'Chumbak Tu' from Deewane Huye Pagal ripped off from 'Turn Me On' by Kevin Lyttle.
6. Jaane Mujhe Kya Hua (Baazi) - Fur Elise (Ludwig Van Beethoven)
Alright, here's the thing, you need a degree in Not-Giving-Fs to duplicate a standout amongst the most famous bits of music at any point created. Anu Malik truly replicated 'Hide Elise' by Ludwig Van Beethoven in the tune 'Jaane Mujhe Kya Hua' from the motion picture 'Baazi'.
7. Dil Maka Dina (Dhaal) - Macarena (Los Del Rio)
Anu Malik can do anything. He demonstrated it here by duplicating a similar tune twice. 'Dil Le Lena' from "Auzaar" and 'Dil Maka Dina' from "Dhaal" are shams from the spanish move number "Macarena" by Los Del Rio. Truly! Same song, twice!
8. Mera Mulk (Diljale) - National Anthem of Israel
Now, this is a shameful one. Anu Malik didn't prevent himself from totally ripping off the NATIONAL ANTHEM of Israel for the melody 'Mera Mulk' from Diljale.
9. Tinak Tin Tana (Mann) - Yang Sedang Sedang Saja (Iwan Syahman)
Since every song from the movie 'Mann' was copied, it merits its very own different rundown. Be that as it may, for the time being here's the melody with the aimless title, 'Tinak Tin Tana' which is an appropriated form of Malay superhit 'Yang Sedang Seja' by Iwan Syahman.
10. Nasha Ye Pyar Ka Nasha (Mann) - L'Italiano (Toto Cutugno)
Another from 'Mann'. I used to be a huge fan of this song named 'Nasha ye Pyar ka Nasha hai' which is unfortunately appropriated from the Italian single "L`Italiano" by Toto Cutugno.