Laila, Ek Do Teen, Dum Maaro Dum: 17 times old hit songs were remade with a twist

Mar 30, 2018, 19:15 IST
  • Laila, Ek Do Teen, Dum Maaro Dum: 17 times old hit songs were remade with a twist

    The iconic Ek Do Teen track from 1988 hit Tezaab was recently recreated in Baaghi 2. The song sees Jacqueline Fernandez as Mohini, who grooved as Madhuri Dixit in the original. The film stars Tiger Shroff and Disha Patani in lead roles. Alka Yagnik crooned the original number, while Shreya Ghoshal sang the remake

    1/17
  • Laila, Ek Do Teen, Dum Maaro Dum: 17 times old hit songs were remade with a twist

    Fukrey Returns starring Richa Chadha, Pulkit Samrat, Varun Sharma, Manjot Singh and Ali Fazal featured a remake of the song Mehbooba from the 1977 classic Dharamvir. It was sung by Neha Kakkar and Yasmin Desai. The original track was voiced by Mohammad Rafi

    2/17
  • Laila, Ek Do Teen, Dum Maaro Dum: 17 times old hit songs were remade with a twist

    Vidya Balan starrer Tumhari Sulu saw the recreation of the popular Mr India (1987) track Hawa Hawai, which was sung by Kavita Krishanamurthi and Sasha Tripathi. Kavita crooned the original track as well. It was earlier used in the 2011 film Shaitan

    3/17
  • Laila, Ek Do Teen, Dum Maaro Dum: 17 times old hit songs were remade with a twist

    The Ishq track Neend Churai Meri was remade for Rohit Shetty's multi-starrer Golmaal Again. It was picturised on Ajay Devgn and Parineeti Chopra

    4/17
  • Laila, Ek Do Teen, Dum Maaro Dum: 17 times old hit songs were remade with a twist

    Varun Dhawan starrer Judwaa 2, the sequel to Salman Khan's 1997 film Judwaa had two songs from the original film 'Oonchi Hai Building' and 'Chalti Hai Kya Nau Se Gyarah' remade with a twist

    5/17
  • Laila, Ek Do Teen, Dum Maaro Dum: 17 times old hit songs were remade with a twist

    The hit Laila O Laila number from the 1980 blockbuster Qurbaani was remade in the 2016 Shah Rukh Khan starrer Raees with Pawni Pandey crooning the track. It was picturised on Sunny Leone

    6/17
  • Laila, Ek Do Teen, Dum Maaro Dum: 17 times old hit songs were remade with a twist

    Aditya Roy Kapur and Shraddha Kapoor showed amazing chemistry in the reworked Hamma Hamma track in OK Jaanu last year. The original track was picturised on Manisha Koirala and Arvind Swamy in the film Bombay

    7/17
  • Laila, Ek Do Teen, Dum Maaro Dum: 17 times old hit songs were remade with a twist

    The superhit Mohra track Tu Cheez Badi Hai Mast Mast was remade for the 2017 film Machine. Kumar Sanu and Alka Yagnik sang the original tune while Saun teamed up with Neha Kakkar in the remake

    8/17
  • Laila, Ek Do Teen, Dum Maaro Dum: 17 times old hit songs were remade with a twist

    The Keh Doon Tumhe track from the 1975 blockbuster Deewar was recreated for the 2017 film Baadshaho which was picturised on Emraan Hashmi and Esha Gupta. The original was sung by Kishore Kumar and Asha Bhosle while the remake was crooned by Jubin Nautiyal and Neeti Mohan

    9/17
  • Laila, Ek Do Teen, Dum Maaro Dum: 17 times old hit songs were remade with a twist

    The 1970 Mohammed Rafi number Gulabi Aankhen from the film The Train was reprised in the 2017 film Noor, which was picturised on Sonakshi Sinha. It was sung by Tulsi Kumar and Amaal Malik

    10/17
  • Laila, Ek Do Teen, Dum Maaro Dum: 17 times old hit songs were remade with a twist

    Urvashi Rautela grooved to Saara Zamana Haseenon Ka Deewana in Kaabil, which was reworked from the 1981 film Yaarana, which was picturised on Amitabh Bachchan. Kishore Kumar sung the original track, while Raftaar and Payal Dev collaborated in the remake

    11/17
  • Laila, Ek Do Teen, Dum Maaro Dum: 17 times old hit songs were remade with a twist

    In the 2008 film Bachna Ae Haseeno, Ranbir Kapoor grooved to a amped up version of the classic tune from the 1977 film Hum Kissi Se Kum Nahin, which starred father Rishi Kapoor. The original was sung by Kishore Kumar and Vishal Dadlani added his voice in the reworked version

    12/17
  • Laila, Ek Do Teen, Dum Maaro Dum: 17 times old hit songs were remade with a twist

    The Na Jaane Kahan Se Aayi Hai track from the 1989 Sridevi starrer Chalbaaz was recreated for the John Abraham film I Me Aur Main. It was sung by Kavita Krishnamurthy while Neeraj Sridhar and Anushka Manchanda crooned the reworked version

    13/17
  • Laila, Ek Do Teen, Dum Maaro Dum: 17 times old hit songs were remade with a twist

    Kangana Ranaut danced to Hungama Ho Gaya in the 2014 hit Queen. The original song was sung by Asha Bhosle for the 1973 film Anhoni

    14/17
  • Laila, Ek Do Teen, Dum Maaro Dum: 17 times old hit songs were remade with a twist

    The Tridev track Oye Oye was recreated for the biopic Azhar, which saw Nargis Fakhri groove to it. Amit Kumar, Udit Narayan and Jolly Mukherjee lent their voices to the original track while Armaan Malik and Aditi Singh Sharma sang the remake

    15/17
  • Laila, Ek Do Teen, Dum Maaro Dum: 17 times old hit songs were remade with a twist

    The song Jata Kahan Hai Deewane from the 1956 film CID was reworked for Bombay Velvet, which featured Anushka Sharma seemingly crooning the tune. Suman Sridhar sang the reworked version

    16/17
  • Laila, Ek Do Teen, Dum Maaro Dum: 17 times old hit songs were remade with a twist

    Asha Bhosle sang the iconic Dum Maaro Dum from the film Hare Rama Hare Krishna, which was picturised on Zeenat Aman. Deepika Padukone grooved to a reworked version of the classic track in the film Dum Maaro Dum years later

    17/17
  • loading...

About The Gallery

Jacqueline Fernandez is seen grooving to a revamped version of the popular Ek Do Teen track from Tezaab in the newly released Baaghi 2. We see similar instances in which evergreen songs were remade with a twist

 

DISCLAIMER: mid-day and its affiliates shall have no liability for any views, thoughts and comments expressed on this article.

 

This website uses cookie or similar technologies, to enhance your browsing experience and provide personalised recommendations. By continuing to use our website, you agree to our Privacy Policy and Cookie Policy. OK