Bollywood song remixes have become all the rage these days and many films can be seen revamping old classic songs and giving it a modern twist. While some composers don’t appreciate this practice, others believe producing new songs from an old track can be an art. Some of these new remixes do justice to their original and leave the listener in a trance of nostalgia mixed with modern hip-hop.
Here is the list of the Top 5 Bollywood Remixes of Classic Songs:
This 2018 hit song from Simmba is the remix of the 1996 song from Tere Mere Sapne. This remix is sung by Mika Singh and Neha Kakkar and they give it a good modern hip-hop twist which was loved by all. Even the song starts with the line “Oh God! One More Remix” and starred Ranveer Singh and Sara Ali Khan showing us some groovy moves. Apart from that, the cast of Golmaal series have a cameo in this, which also included Arshad Warsi who was the actor in the original song.
This hit remix was composed by Baadshah and Tanishk Bagchi starring Shraddha Kapoor and Aditya Roy Kapoor. This upbeat dance song is sure to put you in a trance and make you dance to its catchy tunes. Baadshah’s small rap in this song is the perfect addition of style to the song.
Alia Bhatt and Varun Dhawan did justice to their predecessors of the same song, Sanjay Dutt and Madhuri Dixit, with their foot-tapping dance routine. This remix retained the original singers - Bappi Lahiri and Anuradha Paudwal and brought Baadshah which gave us the perfect mix of the past and present.
The cult-classic original song ‘Unchi Hai Building’ still gets people crazy about it and remains one of the best songs. When Judwaa 2 gave us a remix of this hit song as ‘Lift Teri Band Hai’, we didn’t expect it to be so good. With a Punjabi twist, dhol and thrilling dance moves, this song does not disappoint. This song is sung by original artist Anu Malik accompanied by the sensational Neha Kakkar.
This is one of those songs where the remix is way better than the original. Featured in Badhaai Ho, this peppy and energetic song gives a modern Punjabi twist to the original and makes it an ideal song to play at any Indian wedding.