Indian Songs Copied From K-POP : In the Bollywood industry, as much as the focus is given to the story of the film, there is equal craze among the audience for film songs. Earlier, the audience came to know about the songs after the release of the film, but nowadays, according to the promotion of the film, the songs are already released one by one, which people like and some songs are not included in the film. Reaches million before release.
Sequel Remake These are all words which almost everyone is familiar with because we have seen sequels or remakes of many films and this thing is often seen in the case of songs too. Some songs are very popular in the Bollywood industry, which no matter how old they are, still remain in discussion among the audience. Today we will tell you about some such songs which have been copied from Korean songs or Hollywood but they have created a lot of buzz in Bollywood.
There was a lovely song in the 2007 film Life in Metro, Baatein Kuch Ankahi Si, which is still popular among people. You will be surprised to know but it has been inspired by the song Ah Reum Da Un Sa Ram from the Korean serial My Lovely Sam Sun.
Those who are fond of listening to Paap will easily understand that the song Laaz Sharam from the popular film Veere Di Wedding has been taken from the famous band Got7’s 2014 song Girls Girls Girls.
Arijit Singh’s hit song Jalima, filmed on Shahrukh Khan, is very much liked by the people and it is played even today in weddings. When you listen to it, it will sound similar to Taeyang’s popular track Eyes Nose Lips.
at first sight
The classy romantic song even at first glance seems to be a copy of a Korean pop song. It is taken from Kum Heung Sup’s famous song Sarang Hae Yo.
This song of Raftaar was released in 2018. On which many allegations were made and people called it a copy of RM’s song Do You. When a lot was talked about the song, the singer was also seen apologizing.
This may be the most surprising thing for the audience because the title track of Bhool Bhulaiyaa is also a copy of Korean pop. It is taken from the Korean song Mai Lekan. Some people also say that this Korean song is a copy of the Russian song Ozero Slioz.