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    Posted on 20 Mar 2017

    17 English-Hindi Mashups That Should Make It To Your Playlist

    All your favourite songs mashed up with your other favourite songs.

    1. "Closer" and "Kabira"

    If you thought you couldn't hear "Closer" any other way, you were wrong. Vidya Vox teams up with Casey Breves and combines 2016's biggest song, with "Kabira" from Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani.

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    2. "Me Myself & I" and "Urvashi"

    Shirley Setia and Kurt Schneider picked two immensely popular songs to create a new fav in your playlist.

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    3. "I Want to Break Free" and "Roobaroo"

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    Musician Arjun Kanungo usually adds his own style to things and he's created a wonderful blend with this version of Queen's super hit, and the Rang De Basanti signature track.

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    4. "Crazy" and "Khalbali"

    This tempo changing combination of Gnarl’s Barkely’s anthem and "Khalbali" from Rang De Basanti is extremely infectious.

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    5. "Chaiyya Chaiyya" and "Don't Stop"

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    YouTube heavyweights Sam Tsui and Kurt Schneider collabed with Shankar Tucker and Vidya Vox to create this super fun mashup of Michael Jackson's "Don't Stop" and Bollywood classic "Chaiyya Chaiyya"

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    6. "Hold On, We're Going Home" and "Tujhe Dekha To"

    If you're a Drake fan or an old school Bollywood buff, you gotta listen to Arjun's remix new age music with classic Bollywood lyrics.

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    7. "Say My Name" and "O Humdum"

    The Cheapmunks, as always, add in their own soulful take in their work, and any '90s kid will love this mashup of the Destiny’s Child hit and "O Humdum Soniyo Re" from Saathiya.

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    8. "Everybody (Backstreet's Back)" and "Gulaabo"

    Penn Masala always has the ability to make any song groove-worthy. And they've outdone themselves with these two undeniably pumpy songs.

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    9. "Diamonds Dancing and "Satrangi Re"

    Tesher's seductive mashup of of A.R. Rahman and Sonu Nigam’s "Satrangi Re" with Drake & Future’s "Diamonds Dancing" is electrifying as hell.

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    10. "All Of Me" – (English-Hindi version)

    Navin Kundra beautifully adds his own Hindi lyrics to John Legend’s classic song, perhaps making it all that more magical.

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    11. “See You Again” and “Kal Ho Na Ho”

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    Producer Tesher brings together two emotional songs, mashing up Wiz Khalifa’s Fast and Furious tribute to Paul Walker and a Bollywood classic, to surely bring a tear to your eye.

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    12. "Parvaaz" and "The Man Who Can't Be Moved"

    Musician Tanushree Zehen proves that songs sound infinitely better when they're stripped down, and only have strings and a beautiful voice to back it up.

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    13. "All Rise" and "Aadat"

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    Pakistani band Jal decided to give the world this beautiful treat, which combines one of their hit original songs, and the early 2000's Blue classic.

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    14. "Don’t You Worry Child" and "Khushnuma"

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    The Piano Guys joined forces with Shweta Subram, to create a beautiful new song by adding the melody of a Swedish House Mafia hit to Subram's original song.

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    15. "Someone Like You" and "Yaatiyaan"

    This acoustic take on Adele’s "Someone Like You" and Pritam’s "Yaariyaan" from 2012’s Cocktail really goes to show how two very different songs can possess natural lyrical continuity.

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    16. "Titanium" vs. "We Found Love" vs. "Pyar Ke Pal" vs. "Without You"

    Using just the instrumental track of "Titanium", Vidya Srinivasan manages to blend four songs, all with different tempos, together.

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    17. And this over-the-top, but oh-so-good 20 song mashup.

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    It's unsurprising that Penn Masala would take things one step forward and create one mega mix.

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