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Young composers who recreated the classics!

The film industry along with it’s music has been growing over the years. The upcoming artists have taken it upon themselves to create a new version of the originally established songs, not for a competitive outlook but to just experiment the modern art of technology along with the new trends and approach towards music. Though the music has received critical criticism either ways, these remakes have gotten along well with the mass and are part of the playlists, everywhere. Some of the new remakes with a few quirky additions that were definitely appreciated among the audience crossing millions of views, that helped artists gain their popularity as a trend setter are :

1. Bachna Ae Haseeno – Sumit Kumar and Vishal Dadlani


Lead in the film Ranbir Kapoor with Bipasha Basu, Deepika Padukone and Minissha Lamba, ‘Bachna Ae Haseeno’ has the song on the same title which is re-composed by Sumit Kumar and Vishal Dadlani with Kishore Kumar’s voice, initially from the film ‘Hum Kissise Kum Nahi’ by Kishore Kumar, which has the highest grossing film record. The song has English and Hindi lyrics, in the new version.

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2. Tamma Tamma Again – Tanishk Bagchi


Tamma Tamma Again, most talked about upcoming song in ‘Badrinath Ki Dulhania’ starring Varun Dhawan and Alia Bhatt, originally part of the movie, ‘Thanedaar’ sung by Bappi Lahiri, has been reprised by Tanishk Bagchi.

3. Humma Humma- Tanishk Bagchi


Another song, as if almost making a new trend, is a remake by Tanishk Bagchi, from the film, ‘Ok Jaanu’ receiving a solid more than 100 million views, orginally heard in the 1995 Indian-Tamil film, ‘Bombay’s theme song, sung by A.R. Rahman.

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