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The Trend Of Naming Bollywood Movies After Evergreen Songs

Hrithik,Esha And Amisha Photo Still From Their Movie

Hrithik,Esha And Amisha Photo Still From Their Movie
Na Tum Jaano Na Hum: Hrithik Roshan Is Common To Both The Film And The Song. In 2002, Hrithik Featured Along With Esha Deol And Saif Ali Khan In A Drab Romantic Film. The Romantic Song From Hrithik’s Debut Film ‘Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai’ Was Picturised On Him And Ameesha Patel, And Sung By Lucky Ali
 

Nikhil,Amrita,Amitabh And Parveen Photo Still From Their Movie

Nikhil,Amrita,Amitabh And Parveen Photo Still From Their Movie
My Name Is Anthony Gonzalves: The Nikhil Dwivedi-Amrita Rao Starrer Movie Was An Insult To The Delightful Number From Manmohan Desai’s ‘Amar Akbar Anthony’ (1977), Sung By Kishore Kumar, With Big B Also Chipping In With Memorable Dialogues

Shahrukh,Abhishek And Sushmita Photo Still From Their Movie

Shahrukh,Abhishek And Sushmita Photo Still From Their Movie
Bas Itna Sa Khwaab Hai: A Box Office Disaster Starring Rani Mukerji And Abhishek Bachchan, The Film’s Title Was Inspired By The Hummable Song Picturised On Shah Rukh Khan In The Romantic Comedy ‘Yes Boss’ (1997). Abhijeet Gave His Voice To The Number

Akshay And Divya Photo Still From Ab Tumhare Hawale Watan Saathiyon

Akshay And Divya Photo Still From Ab Tumhare Hawale Watan Saathiyon
In This Image: Akshay Kumar, Divya Khosla
Ab Tumhare Hawale Watan Saathiyon: A Multi-Starrer War-Based Film By Anil Sharma, The Film’s Title Is Inspired By The Heart-Rendering Classic Song From Another War Film, ‘Haqeeqat’ 1964). Rafi Gave His Voice To The Number That Is Still A Favourite On Independence And Republic Day
 

Sanjay Suri,Joy And Saira Photo Still From Their Movie

Sanjay Suri,Joy And Saira Photo Still From Their Movie
Dil Vil Pyaar Vyaar: The 2002 Film Was Made As A Tribute To R.D. Burman, And The Name Of The Movie Was Derived From The Hit Song In The 1967 Flick ‘Shagird’, Picturised On Joy Mukherjee And Saira Banu. Lata Mangeshkar Was The Singer

Preity,Salman,Bhumika And Rishi Photo Still From Their Movie

Preity,Salman,Bhumika And Rishi  Photo Still From Their Movie
Dil Ne Jise Apna Kaha: A Forgettable Cry-Flick Starring Salman Khan, Preity Zinta And Bhoomika Chawla, The Movie’s Titled Was Derived From The Classic Song By Asha And Kishore From The 1982 Movie ‘Yeh Vaada Raha’

Shashi Kapoor,Imran And Genelia Photo Still From Their Movie

Shashi Kapoor,Imran And Genelia Photo Still From Their Movie
Jaane Tu... Ya Jaane Na: A Romantic Comedy That Marked The Debut Of Aamir Khan’s Nephew Imran, The Successful Movie Gets Its Name From The Evergreen Song Picturised On Shashi Kapoor In The 1973 Film ‘Aa Gale Lag Jaa’, Kishore Kumar Was The Singer Again
 

Rani Mukerji,Shahrukh Khan,Preity And Hrithik Photo Still From Their Movie

Rani Mukerji,Shahrukh Khan,Preity And Hrithik Photo Still From Their Movie
Koi...Mil Gaya: Rakesh Roshan’s Sci-Fi Adventure Got Its Name From The Youthful Track In Kjo’s ‘Kuch Kuch Hota Hain’. Picturised On The Film’s Three Lead Characters And A Host Of College Students, It Was Sung By Udit Narayan, Alka Yagnik And Kavita Krishnamurthy

Aishwarya,Akshaye And Raj Kapoor Photo Still From Their Movie

Aishwarya,Akshaye And Raj Kapoor Photo Still From Their Movie
Aa Ab Laut Chalein: One Of Aishwarya Rai And Akshaye Khanna’s Forgettable Films During The Early Part Of Their Career, The Rishi Kapoor-Directed Movie Got Its Name From The Song In The Classic 1960 Film ‘Jis Desh Men Ganga Behti Hai’, Which Was Picturised On His Dad Raj Kapoor, And Was Sung By The Mukesh-Lata Pairing

Zayed,Esha And Zeenat Photo Still From Their Movie

Zayed,Esha And Zeenat Photo Still From Their Movie
Chura Liyaa Hai Tumne: Zayed Khan’s Debut Film Took Its Name From The Evergreen Number Picturised On A Guitar-Strumming Zeenat Aman In ‘Yaadon Ki Baaraat’. Rafi And Asha Were The Singers

Shahrukh,Rani,Vishal And Simi Photo Still From Their Movie

Shahrukh,Rani,Vishal And Simi Photo Still From Their Movie
Chalte Chalte: The Shah Rukh Khan-Rani Mukerji Starrer Gets Its Name From The Song In The 1976 Film, Incidentally Also Titled ‘Chalte Chalte’. The Song Picturised On Vishal Anand And Simi Garewal Was Rendered By Kishore Kumar

Abhishek,Aishwarya,Anil And Manisha Photo Still From Their Movie

Abhishek,Aishwarya,Anil And Manisha Photo Still From Their Movie
Kuch Naa Kaho: The Name Of The Unremarkable Movie, Which Starred To-Be Life Partners Abhishek Bachchan And Aishwarya Rai, Sought Inspiration From The Melodious Track In ‘1942 -- A Love Story’, Sung By Kumar Sanu

Neil Nitin,Bipasha And Sanjay Photo Still From Their Movie

Neil Nitin,Bipasha And Sanjay Photo Still From Their Movie
Aa Dekhen Zara: A Forgettable Sci-Fi Thriller Starring Neil Nitin Mukesh And Bipasha Basu, The Title Seeks Inspiration From The Peppy ‘Rocky’ (1981) Number, Again By The Kishore-Asha Combo

Rani,Konkona And Nutan Photo Still From Their Movie

Rani,Konkona And Nutan Photo Still From Their Movie
Laaga Chunari Mein Daag: Pradeep Sarkar’s Unremarkable Work Starring Rani Mukerji And Abhishek Bachchan, It Is Also A Classic Number From The 1963 Raj Kapoor-Nutan Starrer ‘Dil Hi To Hai’

John,Pakhi,Dev Anand And Hema Photo Still From Their Movie

John,Pakhi,Dev Anand And Hema Photo Still From Their Movie
Jhootha Hi Sahi: A 2010 Romantic Comedy Which Had John Abraham In The Lead Role, The Film’s Title Seeks Inspiration From The Popular Song In ‘Johny Mera Naam’ (1970), Picturised On Dev Anand And Hema Malini, And Sung By Kishoreda
 
 
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