Bollywood industry has many talented Music Directors who’ve composed plenty of hit numbers. Despite that, many music directors don’t feel any reluctance to imitate best Pakistani songs for their films.

Some of these songs that you’ve watched on Indian Films have been sung previously by Pakistani Singers. Have a look at them.

Kadi Te Has Bol:

This track has got higher popularity in Pakistan. It was sung by singer Shaukat Ali. The initial part of this song has been taken for the track “Aahun Aahun” by ‘Love Aaj kal’.

Bin Tere Kya hai Jeena:

This famous track sung by Jawad Ahmed was imitated exactly in the film Lamhe (2006).


The song sung by Fakhir Mehmood was taken for the film ‘Aashiq Banaya Aapne’. Apart of being an extreme rival of Pakistan, the Indian nation didn’t raise voice against using Pakistani songs in Indian films.

Dil Laga Liya:

Have you listened ‘Dil Laga Liya’ from movie ‘Dil Hai Tumhara’ which was shot on Preity Zinta. The tune of this song has been copied from Hadiqa Kiyani’s popular number ‘Boohay Baariyan’. The Indian song had got overwhelming response on the Music Charts.

Agar Tum Mil Jao:

In the year 2005, the popular song of Tasawwar Khanum ‘Agar Tum Mil Jao’ had been exactly used in the Bollywood’s movie Zeher. This song also received superb feedback from the music lovers.

Tu Cheez bari hai Mast Mast:

The popular track ‘Tu Cheez Bari hai Mast Mast’ of Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan has been used in 1994’s hit Film ‘Mohra’. It was shot on Sanjay Dutt and Raveena Tandon. It has become one of the biggest hit songs of 1994.

Disco Deewane:

The famous number of Nazia Hassan has been modified (by changing lyrics) and used in the 2012’s superhit Film ‘Student of the Year’. This song had also remained on top positions in the Music Charts. Even the well-known Filmmakers i.e. Karan Johar never feels hesitation to use Pakistani songs without any consent.

These days, many Pakistani Singers are garnering praises in India due to their magical voices.
However, the trend of copying Pakistani Music is diminishing or ended in Bollywood.

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