Action, Drama, Romance
Ashwani Kumar Saxena lives a poor lifestyle along with his wife, Parvati, and a young son, Ravi. When he wife gives birth to a daughter, he decides to let his widower and childless employer... See full summary »
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interesting ones have a story much beyond mere tune lifts - like this update. The 1983 Pakistani film, Badltey Rishtey (spelt like this in the DVD cover!) was one of those family dramas by director Shamas Chodhary, starring Babra Sharif, Waseem Abbas and Mohammad Ali. Music was composed by Nazir Ali. One of the songs in the film, sung for Mohammad Ali, by Mehdi Hasan, was the famous, 'Yeh dil main rehnewaale'. The song also has a female version. The interesting bit is that this film's plot was freemade in India as 'Jawab' (1995), by director Ajay Kashyap, starring Raaj Kumar, Mukesh Khanna, Karishma Kapoor and Harish. Music was composed by Anu Malik and he, for some unknown reason, retained the same lyrics for the Yeh dil mein song (perhaps same situation), but with an altered tune - it was sung by the ruling playback singer of 90s music - Kumar Sanu. But, this website is about lifted tunes and not lifted plots, right? So, the fascinating part is that Bappi Lahiri had already lifted the tune for a 1994 film, Prem Yog, starring Rishi Kapoor and Madhoo, with the same lyrics and the same singer, Kumar Sanu. This song was a milder, slightly tweaked version - the pronounced 'Yeh' that begins the Pakistani song got added as one word, 'Yehdil' in Bappi's version. The funny bit here is that both Hindi versions had different lyricists (with the same lyrics).