Chaha Hai Tujhko - 1999 film Mann - Manisha Koirala, Aamir Khan


Chaha Hai Tujhko 1999 film Mann. Stars: Aamir Khan, Manisha Koirala, Sharmila (Tagore) Khan. Story by Written by Aatish Kapadia. Producers: Indra Kumar, Ashok Thakeria. Director: Indra Kumar. Music by Sanjeev-Darshan. The film story is about a debt-ridden playboy Casanova who charms and falls in love with the sea cruising daughter of a rich tycoon. The girl's legs are amputated, and he becomes a famous painter. The Bollywood film plot is "inspired" by the Hollywood classic "An Affair to Remember". Mann film song "Tinak Tin Tana" is a copy of the Malaysian singer Iwan's song "Yang Sedang-Sedang Saja". Iwan sued the Indian film music composer, Sanjeev-Darshan, for plagarism and won the case. Another songs from the 1999 film Mann "Nasha Hai Pyar Ka Nasha" has been plagiarised from Toto Cutugno's song "L'italiano"; "Kali Nagin Ke Jaisi" copied from a rai song "Ya Rayah" (O traveller) by the French-Algerian Arab singer Rachid Taha (Original by Dahmane El Harrachi) both preferred by most music consumers around the world, including Israel, America and Europe; "Kehna Hai Tujhse" has been inspired from the song "Liquid" by Jars of Clay; "Khushiyan aur gham" has been inspired from the song "Comevore (Italian)" by Eurotica; and "chaha hai tujko" is copied from Telugu movie Raja "Edo oka ragam pilichindhi vela". The plagarised songs are melodious and meaningful. Apart from rampant plagarism, Aamir Khan, Manisha Koirala and Sharmila Tagore Khan gave excellent performamces. Lyrics ...

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