Although the filmmakers denied all the accusations and said that they have bought the copyrights of the songs 'Kaho Na Kaho' and 'Jana Tere Pyaar' from Pakistani singer Amir Jamal whose album titled 'Kaho Na Kaho - A Fusion of Arabic and Urdu' was released in 2002, Amir Jamal took permission from Egyptian singer Amr Diab, to use his Arabic song Tamally Maak's a portion of lyrics to be reused in the Kaho Na Kaho song.
The soundtrack of the film is composed by Pritam, Anupam Amod & Roxen (band). The lyrics are penned by Sayeed Quadri. The soundtrack was released on 2 February 2013. The songs were immensely popular specially the songs \"Teri Jhuki Nazar\" and \"Hum Jee Lenge\" was immensely popular among the masses while the other tracks like \"Mat Azma Re\" and \"Jaata Hai Tujh Tak\" were also very popular gaining good critical review and mass appeal. The music focused on the Rock Genre and was unique in the Murder brand.
Titled Dushman, the Punjabi/Hindi film will have a soundtrack of 3 to 4 songs, Zahid's PR rep revealed. Not only will Zahid be singing some of the songs, he also hopes to introduce some new singing talent from Pakistan in the soundtrack.
Main sitaaron ka taraana (Chalti ka Naam Gaadi, 1958): For a film that is largely remembered as a comedy (though it did have an element of crime), Chalti ka Naam Gaadi had at least two songs that indicate violations of law. This one, for instance, is a clear violation of Section 70 of the Indian Contract Act:
Bollywood brings to mind images of vibrant clothes, beautiful settings, and a sweet couple dancing away their problems to a song in the midst of a movie for no apparent reason. Bollywood, and Indian cinema in general, are distinguished from other cinemas by their enduring love of music. Bollywood music has evolved significantly over the past few decades, moving from sorrowful, romantic traditional Hindi ballads to electrifying dance smashes and contemporary party tunes. The majority of Bollywood films are essentially musicals, and the songs they include add a lot to the films. Since there isn't a separate music industry in India, songs are nearly usually used as a form of film advertising, and directors lavishly support the piece of music in their productions. 1e1e36bf2d