The source of Anu malik’s patriotic tunes? Israel’s National hymn and Sylvester Stallone’s Rocky Series
In the Carbon Copy series, we provide you with trivia about the connections between music in many countries.
This week, let’s get a look at how the musician contributed to the 1996 film Diljale and the 1997 film Border
Anu Malik composed excellent original:
It is a well-known fact that Anu malik is compulsive plagiarism and also composed excellent original music. However, when you look at the themes he plagiarized and the works he finally created, some of his plagiarism concerts make interesting connections.
Let’s take a look at Anu Malik two such songs:
The connection between the two songs is that Anu Malik composed two songs as an ode to our motherland, Bharat
The first song is from the 1996 movie Diljale. The soundtrack of this movie used to be popular songs such as “Ho Nahi Sakta” and “Shaam Hain Dhuan Dhuan”.
A special song “Mera Mulk Mera Desh” was composed by Anu Malik, a song used by Ajay Devgn’s father to instil patriotism when he was young.
The song comes into view three times in the imaginative soundtrack-a normal/happy edition sung by Ajay Devgn’s father, and two sad versions, one male and one female.
This is clearly the most important song in the original soundtrack, and the patriotic passion of this song makes it quite memorable in the context of the movie and during 1996.
The tune of this song has an interesting history:
Dating back to Italy in the 16th century! Before entering that period of history, it is easier to say that this song is now the most popular as the national anthem of Israel.
Another song composed by Anu Malik for Bharat, which was also plagiarized, was released the following year, in 1997. Movie? border!
The original soundtrack is very popular in songs such as “Sandese Aate Hain” and “Toh Chaloon”. But a special song is specifically used to arouse the patriotic feelings of the audience.
That is, usefully called “Hindustan Hindustan”.
The melody of this song is by no means Hindustan! Ironically, the song has a skeleton 4-line melody, which is a platform featuring the exciting dialogue of Kulbhushan Kharbanda.
The easy 4-line tune is directly motivated by the theme song of the Rocky series starring Sylvester Stallone!
Rocky’s original music was created by Bill Conti in 1976.
This special theme music called “Gonna Fly Now” was so popular that it also expanded to Rocky II and Rocky III, in the montage of Rocky Balboa training use!
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