10 times Bollywood shamelessly copied songs

10 times Bollywood shamelessly copied songs

For a long time, there was a talking in the west that the Hindi film industry or rather the Indian film industry is all about songs and dances. Despite being known as the film industry famous in songs and dances, originality often goes for a toss. Back in the day, there have been a number of Hindi film songs that are often inspired from international tracks from different parts of the world. But you be…

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Johnny The Bollywood Joker

Johnny The Bollywood Joker

Superhit Songs of Johnny Walker 1.Yeh Hai Bombay Meri Jaan…Song from old classic movie C.I.D. (1956) starring Dev Anand, Shakila, Waheeda Rehman. Director: Raj Khosla, Producer: Guru Dutt, Music: O P Nayyar Singer: Mohammed Rafi, Geeta Dutt. 2. Jaane Kahan Mera Jigar Gaya Ji…Song from old classic movie Mr. and Mrs. 55 (1955) starring Madhubala, Guru Dutt, Kumkum, Johny Walker, Lalita Pawar, Cuckoo, Yasmin, Agha, Tun Tun. Director: Guru Dutt, Music Director: O.P. Nayyar. Singer:…

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Salman Katrina Starring ‘Bharat’ Releases This Eid

Salman Katrina Starring ‘Bharat’ Releases This Eid

Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif starring Bharat releases this Eid. This is about a Journey of a Man and a Nation together. Lets see how far this bollywood masterpiece can take the same script. This is the first time ever Salman has gone grey for a movie. The film which also stars Katrina Kaif as the female lead will see Salman and Katrina in five different looks which will showcase their journey from the age of 18…

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Jyeshthoputro : A Film That Falls Just Short Of Greatness

Jyeshthoputro : A Film That Falls Just Short Of Greatness

The film begins with the death of the patriarch of the Ganguly household.Superstar Indrajit arrives – rather descends in a helicopter – in his ancestral home after the death of his father.  He stalls the shooting of a film to return to his home-town to be with his family – a disgruntled younger brother and a mentally-disturbed sister. The crumbling ancestral mansion, now infested with snakes and frogs as he says, in the absence of his brother who has…

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The Tashkent Files:The Controversial death of lal Bahadur Shastri

The Tashkent Files:The Controversial death of lal Bahadur Shastri

The Tashkent Files uses the death of Shastri under puzzling circumstances — where he was said to have died of a heart attack even though his body reportedly had cut marks and according to eye witness reports, had also turned blue and bloated within a matter of hours . In the consensus of scholarly opinion, Shastri died in Tashkent, at 02:00 AM on the day after signing  due to a heart attack. At  present, the film raises a few questions such as…

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