It is history's incessant feature to repeat itself overtime.
Fashion, mistakes, and even habits, all of these are seen time and again. So how can we
expect music to be left behind? The Bollywood industry resembles the circle of
life; everything starts and ends at the same point. There are remakes and
sequels of movies and songs, couples and teams are repeated, and all of these
make us nostalgic
. Similarly, the
songs that have released recently, have led us down the memory lane, and
stirred a few strings. This month, BollyCurry presents to you the DJ's
nostalgia at the following songs:
February may be the month when love flies in the air, but the
hangover of the same is depicted in "Mera Mann", which remains on the repeat
for many. The video of the song brings about flashes of innocent love
blossoming in a gift shop nothing less than a fairyland, untouched by the
viciousness of life. Ayushmann Khurrana
strums not only the guitar, but the hearts of
millions as well. But here comes the twist, it is in the knowledge of very
few, that this song was originally a part of the movie 7 Welcome to London,
which did not gather much success with either
the Box Office, or with the audiences.
The song "Hum Jee Lenge" also falls in a similar category. The
original song was sung by Roxen, and is titled "Kaise Jiyein". In the movie,
is seen pining for his lost love, as memories of their cherished
moments haunt him. But credit should be given, as despite the use of original
lyrics and music, many changes have been instilled, including the lyrics.
Har Ek Friend Kameena Hota Hai - Chashme Baddoor(2013)
A trio of guys singing and dancing, celebrating life with spunk is
the most efficacious way to portray the friendship injected in them. This song
is the one that leads to the reminiscence of Dil Chahta Hai, 3 Idiots, Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara,
The trio-boys gang is usually
a hit, and rarely fails to please the people. So it is yet to be seen if these
friends can move a heart or few.
While some songs have been picked and used as they are, a few
others have been changed according to the likes of the new generation. These
two songs are a hit since the olden times, both from the movies of the dancing
diva - Madhuri Dixit Nene
. Presently, in the movie, they have been flavored up with
the spices of fast beats and vibrant music to suit the dancing floor.
Govinda Aala Re - Rangrezz
People hadn't gotten over the fever of Prabhu Deva
Sinha moving to the beats of "Go Govinda", when Jackky Bhagnani
singing Govinda Aala Re, in his own unique style. No doubt Prabhu Deva
moves are a legend, but Bhagnani has done justice on his part as a
boy-next-door celebrating the festival of Janmaashtmi with his fellow buddies.
Daaru Peeke Nachna - Jolly LLB
Riteish Deshmukh, and Genelia D'souza Deshmukh had made it big
with their comic romance in Tere Naal
Love Ho Gaya.
One of the catchiest features of the movie was the
gate crashing and dancing at a wedding, the result of them being drunk.
"Daaru Peeke Nachna", reminds you of the same, with Arshad Warsi
shaking their bodies at a marriage in this particular song. This song
doubt, going to grace the parties very soon.
Saadi Gali - Nautanki Saala
Last on the list, but a must hear number, "Saadi
Gali", is a song
that makes your dil go mmm. A very passionate song not only to listen,
also to watch; it takes you back to the golden days when "Paani Da Rang"
become a favorite of the people. Played in a similar soothing tone, and
Ayushmann setting fire on the screen with his husky voice, the song
creates an ambiance for intimacy. The edge of Punjabi in the lyrics just
adds to the
beauty of the song.
Author: Pooja B.
like the songs have been composed in a manner to take you for a ride through
the past. These are the recent songs that bring over a feeling of nostalgia in
the heart. With this, Mr. DJ from BollyCurry is signing off, leaving you all to
pen down the numbers that get your mind worked up to explore the past.
Editors: Fari L. & Jenifer Y.
Graphics: Preet K.
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