Not Just ‘Pasoori’, Here Are 12 Times Bollywood Remade Pakistani Songs

Songs that have become hits have a lengthy history in the Hindi film industry.

However, in addition to creating their own music, the Bollywood industry has also recreated ancient Hindi tunes as well as songs from other nations.

Numerous songs have also been lifted from our neighbouring nation of Pakistan.

Here Are 12 Times Bollywood Remade Pakistani Songs

The original song 'Pasoori' by Ali Sethi and Shae Gill is remade into the new song 'Pasoori Nu' from the film Satyaprem Ki Katha.

For her 1998 album 'Roshni', Hadiqa Kiani sang 'Boohey Baariyan'. This song was again released as a version by Kanika Kapoor. 

This song from 'Baadshaho' by Ajay Devgn and Ileana D'Cruz is a remake of Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan's Mere Rashke Qamar.

The song "Halka Halka Suroor" by Sunidhi Chauhan and Divya Kumar is a remake of a different song by Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan.

Bollywood has frequently reproduced this song, however it is actually Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan's 'Kinna Sona Tenu Rab Ne Banaya'.

The original Hawa Hawa was sung by Hassan Jahangir, while this Mika Singh and Prakriti Kakar song is from the movie Mubakaran.

This rendition of the Pakistani song, performed by Rashmeet Kaur, Deep Kalsi, and Ikka, is a remake. Bajre Sa Sitta was sung by Mussarrat Nazir. 

Munni Badnam Hui was inspired by the song "Larka Badnaam Hova Haseena Tere Liye" from Pakistan.

The upbeat song "Tu Cheese Badi Hai Mast Mast," performed by Akshay and Raveena, was adapted from the sufi song "Dam Mast Mast" by Ustad Nusrat Ali Khan.

The song Accha Sila Diya Tune Mere Pyaar Ka is inspired by Noor Jehan’s song Koi Nawaan Lara La Ke from the 1970 film Vichhora.

The popular song from 'Student of the Year', Disco Deewane, is a reworking of Aap Jaisa Koi from Qurbani.

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