New Delhi: Bollywood seems to be running out of good composers as many movie makers are on a spree of re-creating the magic of all time chart-busters from the past.
Recently, the nation crooned along as singer Arijit Singh's version of 'Aaj Phir Tumpe Pyaar Aya Hai' from upcoming film 'Hate Story 2' took the music industry by storm.
The version has been a hit ever since it was released with many comparing the song with the original version from Vinod Khanna-Madhuri Dixit starrer 'Dayavaan'.
And as music lovers were high over this re-creation from the past, a recent one hit them too. Filmmakers of soon-to-be released movie 'Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania' went ahead and decided to restore the magic of singer Rahat Fateh Ali Khan's famous track 'Samjhawaan'.
Arijit Singh was roped in to do justice with the song but as they say, precious jewels must be kept intact. The singer may have impressed many of his fans but music lovers would agree that no one can re-create the same magic again.
Legends like Lata Mangeshkar, Mukesh, Kishore Kumar are the crowning jewels of Indian music industry and their tracks are still in the hearts of their fans. Many a times their all time hit tracks are re-constructed and released for the new generation of music lovers.
This saga was kick started when Jimmy Shergill starrer ‘Delhii Heights' roped in famous track ‘Bulla Ki Jaana' by singer Rabbi Shegill.
Every now and then a movie is released with revamped tracks from the past. Here's a look at films who roped in famous tracks from the past...