5 Super Hit Songs Brutally Ruined By Remixed Versions

Updated on 13 Aug, 2018 at 12:15 pm


Bollywood music is nearly every Indian music lovers paradise, don’t you think? And every year, Bollywood fans get to hear and dance to some of the best original music compositions. However according to recent trends, this year Bollywood has an inclination towards using remixed or revamped songs. Making revisited versions of Bollywood songs is not a new concept but here are such remixes which have ruined the original songs.

While some music lovers are glad to hear new twists on older songs. There are many who flinch at even the idea of revamping old classics. Nonetheless, revamped songs have had a prominent presence in cinema this year. We bring you a list of 5 remixes which have ruined the original songs.


1. Dil Tote Tote Ho Gaya


At the top of the list is this song from Bobby Deol starer ‘Bichoo’. And the movie in which we heard the modified version of this song is ‘Sonu Ke Tittu Ki Sweety’.

Check out the original song here:



And, now for the restructured version:



2. Mundiya To Bach Ke

This song by Punjabi MC is originally from 2003 movie ‘Boom’. This year it became a part of the movie ‘Baaghi 2’, after a little re-adjustment of course.

Here’s the original version:



Check out the remixed version here:



3. Ek Do Teen

This is one of the most talked about revamped song versions this year. Once again Tiger Shroff starer ‘Baaghi 2′ which reused this iconic Madhuri Dixit dance number. And the actress dancing to the tune in this version is none other than Jacquline Fernandes. Not to forget it is one of those remixes which have ruined the original songs mercilessly.



Take a look at the original gem:



4. Gazab Ka Hai Din

One of the most beloved songs, ‘Gazab Ka…’ has been revamped for the romance drama ‘Dil Junglee’. But wait, which version did you like better?

The original?



Or the revamped?



5. Zingaat

Zingaat originally belongs to the Marathi superhit ‘Sairat‘. And ‘Dhadak‘ is a revisited/ inspired version of the Marathi movie. Just like the script, ‘Dhadak‘ makers also revamped this popular song for their movie. Do you think it is one of such remixes whichhave  ruined the original songs?



Check out ‘Dhadak’ version of the song:




Do let us know what do you feel about the remixes which have ruined the original songs.

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