Pretty blatant, I should add. It's a shame that big guys like Pritam and Babbu Mann refuse to accept that and merely credit it to a folk song. The other, more direct lift is the prominent musical piece that opens the song and stays throughout the song. Listen to I can only guess that he loves this so much that as soon as it failed to register in the first attempt, he used it all over again! This track was part of the soundtrack of an Indonesian teen flick, 'Alexandria' 2005 and is apparently incredibly popular in those parts of the world! Listen to I think the song definitely has traces of Indonesian band Samsons' song, 'Naluri Lelaki', from their 2006 album of the same name. Please help to establish notability by citing that are of the topic and provide significant coverage of it beyond a mere trivial mention. Ana ganbi menak, ana hawaleik. By the opening words or the most prominent words used in the song? That's where Pritam's effort shows, I suppose.
But Pritam takes his version to another level shortly after that - pretty neat job! With the body re-joining the soul. The original has a completely different flavor while Pritam should be credited for that funky sound that he has added in the process of lifting. This trend continues in Woh Lamhe, where Pritam is credited for composing 2 tracks out of which one has already proven to be a lift! Pritam sure is going places! See screenshot of I anticipated all this when I broke the news on Friday - quite obvious. Second instance is the Bhool Bhulaiyya track, 'Allah hafiz' in which, exactly like the previous example, Pritam uses portions of Amr Diab's 2001 track Awedony, to score the most prominent and repeated part, 'Allah hafiz'. Listen to Listen to I'm actually getting tired of adding Pritam's lifts! Listen to Listen to Sukhwinder Singh, Hema Sardesai Labh Jajua Listen to Listen to prelude main tune Considering that he had already lifted Turkish superstar Tarkan in Dhoom, this is a dead give-away! But just one listen to the complete samples below don't stop mid way!! Its interesting to see the way Pritam has taken pieces across the track and made it sound like a coherent and very Indian track! The track was composed by Trinidadian, artist Superblue born Austin Lyons.
And does Miami Band sound familiar? Listen to Jhoom Joy of Pepsi A lift from an Advt. Lovely track, by the way. This lift perhaps best explains Pritam's process of working on tunes! Hats off on you taking the simple art of plagiarism to the next level by innovatively fusing two completely disparate tracks into one chartbuster material! Tamally bashtaklak Tamally men badlak We law kol el doon Bardo ya bahtaglak. Pritam has actually come up with an inspiration that sounds more like he's imbibed the feel of the original and crafted something genuinely derivative! Tamil composer Yuvan Shankar Raja has already lifted her 'A rose in the wind' as 'Manasu rendum' in the 2003 film Kaadhal Konden! Fel donia we tool omri bahebak. The same Indonesian band that earlier lost 'Tak bisakah' to Pritam in the form of 'Kya mujhe pyaar hai' in Woh Lamhe.
The same Indonesian band that earlier lost 'Tak bisakah' to Pritam in the form of 'Kya mujhe pyaar hai' in Woh Lamhe. So, why is Pankaj doing this? That I'm hooked on and am thinking of. Listen to March of Kings Oh, don't we love his inspirations? In 2012, Diab hosted the first in the Middle East during his performance in Dubai. As a result, he was rewarded with a guitar from the governor of Port Said, and began to become recognised nationally. The first person to have supposedly exposed this inspiration is also a music composer. But, based on the importance given to the 'Dil liya' portion, its surprising that its precisely the part that Pritam has sought inspiration, from Lebanese singer Dania Khatib's 1999 hit, 'Leiley'! The original song Sarang hae yo was part of the soundtrack of a 2005 Korean tele series titled, 'Kwae-geol Chun-hyang' Delightful Girl Choon-Hyang or Sassy Girl Chun Hyang. Overall, Diab did not experience the same level of success in film that he had with his music career.
Listen to Kya mujhe pyar hai Tak bisakah Tak bisakah' means, Couldn't you? While I have not been able to get Sanjay's number, here are the other 2 tracks! Amr Diab is the only Middle Eastern artist to have received 7 World Music Awards. They always seem to introduce us to some new great talent from across the planet! Listen to Pehli nazar mein Sarang hae yo This is just like Metro's 'Shaayad yehi hai pyaar' and 'Ah Reum Dah Oon Sa Ram'! Singing would have been a key element of expression in Egyptian religion. The music of Egypt has a heavy emphasis on quarter notes. Listen to Aa paas aa Starry nite March of Kings Oh, don't we love his inspirations? The other, more direct lift is the prominent musical piece that opens the song and stays throughout the song. Listen to Listen to Listen to Listen to The album sleeve does have a credit note to Gautam Chatterjee! The original happens to be composed as a tribute to Brian Lara when he broke the world batting record for the highest individual score in first-class cricket 501 not out for Warwickshire, against Durham in 1994. Ana donietak, ana melk edeik.
In the whole world, and I'll love you forever. Its ironical and perhaps an attempt to compensate the lift that Glenn sings this, because his father sang this way back in 1959. But, quite a good piece of improvisation by Pritam. The lead song, Challa, is credited to Babbu Mann and Suzanne D'Mello and sounds exactly like a 2 year old informal YouTube hit by an Australian Punjabi kid, Babbal Rai! The less said about the Zara zara lift, the better! Plus, the whole angle of a musician calling out another is very, very new! Pritam's versions are considerably souped up, and catchier. Zara zara is a result of generous inspiration from the Chinese track, 'Deep within the Bamboo grove' Zhu Lin Shen Chu by South east Asian singer Lee-Hom Wang from his 2005 album, Shangri-La. More about it on the Yuvan page, listing No.
He also won The African Music Awards 2009 as Artist Of The Year, Song Of The Year, Video Of The Year And Best Male Act, and won The 2010 African Music Awards as best male act and best artist of North Africa. The song was composed two years ago and posted on YouTube. Archived from on 6 September 2009. To Pritam's credit, he has spruced the source into a laid back and thoroughly enjoyable track. Tamally bashtaklak Tamally men badlak We law kol el doon Bardo ya bahtaglak. Listen to Jaane kya Mahi It does involve a lot of alterations by Pritam. And, watch the video of 'Deep within the bamboo grove' here! But, prod a bit further and the similarity is glaring! Listen to In dino Mera naam hai mohobbat Listen to Oh meri jaan Silent Lucidity For 'In dino', The line, 'Hai tujhe bhi ijazat, karle tu bhi mohobbat' seems exactly like a line from Pakistani singer Waqar Ali's brother of another famous Pakistani singer, Sajjad Ali beautiful song, 'Mera naam hai mohobbat' album by the same name, released in 2001 - the line, 'Do dilon ki ijazat, mera naam hai mohobbat'! Babbal Rai's song is titled, 'Australian Challa' and was posted on YouTube in March 2008.
Listen to I t does involve a lot of alterations by Pritam. The prelude is the same, while the parts with 'dooba dooba. . Archived from on 28 April 2011. Listen to Even though these lifts are rather minimal compared to an average Pritam plunder, it at least serves as an interesting study into the mind of this talented composer.