15 Times Bollywood Music Was Super F*cking Original
Never heard this song in my life.
Bollywood music directors have always been lauded for their originality and creativity while composing songs.
You've never heard anything like it before.
This song was the freakin' anthem of my rebellious teen years.
And this was my dad's go-to jam every time he wanted to do the D-I-S-C-O.
This song was surely one of the main reasons this movie made almost $4,000,000 overseas.
The work of Indian composers in the movie industry has been appreciated in all corners of the globe.
Remember how amazing our favourite Deol was in the title track of this refreshingly original movie?
What an unforgettably unique title track Gupt had.
Madhuri's sultry sashays and Anil's luscious locks made this everyone's sexual awakening song in the 90s.
Perhaps this song was the one to stir the helpless romantic in you.
It opened up a whole new world of emotions.
And remember how this song gave us all the feels back in the day?
It feels like I've known that melody forever.
Bollywood's never-ending quest for originality has carried well into the 2000s with the likes of Pritam.
Pritam is especially talented at thinking up song titles for his groundbreaking pieces of music.
This unforgettable jam from Deewane Huye Paagal sent youngsters into a tizzy when it came out.
That last song came from the genius that we know as Anu Malik, who also composed this infectious track.
People just couldn't stop dancing to that shit.
This enthralling pop number was far better than that endless string of Latin pop hits a few years back.
It's probably the bailamost original thing Bollywood has ever created.
Oh, and how could we forget this epitome of pioneering Bollywood background scores?
And finally, this timeless classic, which I still sing for my mother for her birthday.
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