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5 Bollywood Songs That Were Originally Made In Tamil

5 Bollywood Songs That Were Originally Made In Tamil

The Indian Music Industry is primarily dominated by movie score albums. And Bollywood and the Tamil film industry have a long history of borrowing, remaking and getting “inspired” from each other in terms of their art, be it the movies itself or the songs. In some cases, when a movie is set to be produced in multiple languages or a Tamil movie is being remade in Hindi, the same music director lends the same melodies to songs with lyrics that are in different language. Hence, the Indian music industry is filled with different versions of the same Song, either with the lyrics in a different language or with the whole sound arrangement having been tweaked.

Here are five of the Bollywood songs that were originally made in Tamil

Yeh Haseen Wadiya (Roja, 1992)

Composed by A R Rahman, one of the most successful songs of his early career, Yeh Haseen Wadiya was one of the most loved songs from the 1992 Mani Ratnam movie Roja. The original version was composed in Tamil by Rahman, and the song title was Pudhu Vellai Mazhai. The Hindi version has been rendered by S.P Balasubrahmanyam and K.S Chithra, while the lyrics were penned by P K Mishra. The Tamil version has been sung by Unni Menon and Sujatha, the lyricist being Vairamathu.

Tu Hi Re (Bombay, 1995)

One of the most iconic songs from yet another iconic Mani Ratnam movies, Tu Hi Re was also composed by A R Rahman. The Tamil version is called Uyire. Both the songs have renditions by Hariharan, with the Tamil version featuring K S Chithra and the Hindi version featuring Kavitha Krishnamurti. The Tamil lyricist was Vairamuthu, Mehboob being the one to have written the Hindi lyrics.

Kehna Hi Kya (Bombay,1995)

The album of Bombay is a major milestone in Indian music industry as it gifted us with not one, but several eternally beautiful tracks, which apart from the song last mentioned, includes KehnaHi Kya. The Tamil version is called Kannalanae. Both of them have beenrendered by K S Chithra and A R Rahman himself. The Hindi lyricist is Mehmood, the Tamil lyricist is Vairamuthu.Ji

Jiya Jale Jaan Jale (Dil Se, 1998)

The Tamil version of this song is called Nenji nile Nenji nile and has been rendered by S.Janaki, Sujatha and Hariharan. The Hindi rendition has been performed by none other than Lata Mangeshkar and M.G. Sreekumar. The lyrics of Jiya Jaale has been penned by Gulzar, while that of Nenhinile have been written by Vairamuthu as well.

Tu Chale (I, 2015)

Sung by Arijit SIngh and Shreya Ghoshal, Tu Chale was one of the most chart-topping songs from the blockbuster movie I (2015). Composed by A R Rahman, the song has a Tamil original version called Pookkale Satru, which also features the vocals of Shreya Ghoshal with Haricharan instead of Arijit. The lyricist of Pookkale Satru is Madhan Karky while Irshaad Kamil lent his beautiful words for the Hindi version of the song.

So, there you have it. Five most iconic Bollywood songs that were originally composed in Tamil. It requires no special talent to observe that all the songs are from the maestro A R Rahman. Since the beginning of his career up until now, the legendary music director has stayed relevant and how! Give them a listen right away!

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