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#MillennialsSpeak On Excessive Old Bollywood Song Remixes

Bollywood seems to be obsessed with making remakes of old songs and honestly, we're not here for it.

Bollywood seems to be obsessed with making remakes of old songs and honestly, we're not here for it. From "Aankh Maarey" to "Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani" - they've covered almost every song that was a hit.

Is it just because the songs work? Or is it because original content has exhausted itself? We spoke to some millennials to see what they think it is.

What Millennials Think

"It's so annoying. First, they copied songs, now they just remake them with some terrible rapper and an even worse rap verse to make it more "relevant" but it sucks. I would pay them to stop. Take my money, but stop making remixes, please." Nidhi, 21, Student.

"Honestly, it's a guilty pleasure. I like them secretly, they are bad, no doubt - but they're also very very catchy. But they add such a dance-y beat to it, it's hard to resist." Sneha, 24, Banker.

"I grew up on half these songs - the original ones - so listening to the new ones just feels like torture. It's lost its charm. It's just poorly done and they really need to stop. I don't want more - no one does." Arjun, 34, Content Writer.

"I will physically go there and fight the entirety of Bollywood if they don't stop. One more remix and that's going to be the end of me associating with Bollywood. Did you hear the Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani remix from SOTY2? Unless you want to torture someone, why would you do that. Please stop. Someone make a petition, I will sign it." Aditi, 21, College Student.

"Adding Badshah to everything doesn't make it better. It's mediocre at best. I hate that they pick songs associated with my childhood and then throw Raftaar or some random rapper in the mix and make it unbearable." Karan, 24, Operations Manager.

"I actually don't mind them. They're upbeat and kind of fun honestly. Very groovy, so they make for great dance music. Sometimes, they straight up suck - but when they don't, they aren't trash." Jai, 24, Psychologist.

"I am going to raid all the music producers houses' and beg them to stop. I cannot listen to another remix. There is no point to them. It's just the same song, except they somehow manage to turn it into trash. Just make new music and go." Sooraj, 26, Musician.

Do you think Bollywood has crossed the line and gone too far with all the remixes? Or do you enjoy the new beats and additions?

Trends

#MillennialsSpeak On Excessive Old Bollywood Song Remixes

Bollywood seems to be obsessed with making remakes of old songs and honestly, we're not here for it.

Bollywood seems to be obsessed with making remakes of old songs and honestly, we're not here for it. From "Aankh Maarey" to "Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani" - they've covered almost every song that was a hit.

Is it just because the songs work? Or is it because original content has exhausted itself? We spoke to some millennials to see what they think it is.

What Millennials Think

"It's so annoying. First, they copied songs, now they just remake them with some terrible rapper and an even worse rap verse to make it more "relevant" but it sucks. I would pay them to stop. Take my money, but stop making remixes, please." Nidhi, 21, Student.

"Honestly, it's a guilty pleasure. I like them secretly, they are bad, no doubt - but they're also very very catchy. But they add such a dance-y beat to it, it's hard to resist." Sneha, 24, Banker.

"I grew up on half these songs - the original ones - so listening to the new ones just feels like torture. It's lost its charm. It's just poorly done and they really need to stop. I don't want more - no one does." Arjun, 34, Content Writer.

"I will physically go there and fight the entirety of Bollywood if they don't stop. One more remix and that's going to be the end of me associating with Bollywood. Did you hear the Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani remix from SOTY2? Unless you want to torture someone, why would you do that. Please stop. Someone make a petition, I will sign it." Aditi, 21, College Student.

"Adding Badshah to everything doesn't make it better. It's mediocre at best. I hate that they pick songs associated with my childhood and then throw Raftaar or some random rapper in the mix and make it unbearable." Karan, 24, Operations Manager.

"I actually don't mind them. They're upbeat and kind of fun honestly. Very groovy, so they make for great dance music. Sometimes, they straight up suck - but when they don't, they aren't trash." Jai, 24, Psychologist.

"I am going to raid all the music producers houses' and beg them to stop. I cannot listen to another remix. There is no point to them. It's just the same song, except they somehow manage to turn it into trash. Just make new music and go." Sooraj, 26, Musician.

Do you think Bollywood has crossed the line and gone too far with all the remixes? Or do you enjoy the new beats and additions?

Trends

#MillennialsSpeak On Excessive Old Bollywood Song Remixes

Bollywood seems to be obsessed with making remakes of old songs and honestly, we're not here for it.

Bollywood seems to be obsessed with making remakes of old songs and honestly, we're not here for it. From "Aankh Maarey" to "Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani" - they've covered almost every song that was a hit.

Is it just because the songs work? Or is it because original content has exhausted itself? We spoke to some millennials to see what they think it is.

What Millennials Think

"It's so annoying. First, they copied songs, now they just remake them with some terrible rapper and an even worse rap verse to make it more "relevant" but it sucks. I would pay them to stop. Take my money, but stop making remixes, please." Nidhi, 21, Student.

"Honestly, it's a guilty pleasure. I like them secretly, they are bad, no doubt - but they're also very very catchy. But they add such a dance-y beat to it, it's hard to resist." Sneha, 24, Banker.

"I grew up on half these songs - the original ones - so listening to the new ones just feels like torture. It's lost its charm. It's just poorly done and they really need to stop. I don't want more - no one does." Arjun, 34, Content Writer.

"I will physically go there and fight the entirety of Bollywood if they don't stop. One more remix and that's going to be the end of me associating with Bollywood. Did you hear the Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani remix from SOTY2? Unless you want to torture someone, why would you do that. Please stop. Someone make a petition, I will sign it." Aditi, 21, College Student.

"Adding Badshah to everything doesn't make it better. It's mediocre at best. I hate that they pick songs associated with my childhood and then throw Raftaar or some random rapper in the mix and make it unbearable." Karan, 24, Operations Manager.

"I actually don't mind them. They're upbeat and kind of fun honestly. Very groovy, so they make for great dance music. Sometimes, they straight up suck - but when they don't, they aren't trash." Jai, 24, Psychologist.

"I am going to raid all the music producers houses' and beg them to stop. I cannot listen to another remix. There is no point to them. It's just the same song, except they somehow manage to turn it into trash. Just make new music and go." Sooraj, 26, Musician.

Do you think Bollywood has crossed the line and gone too far with all the remixes? Or do you enjoy the new beats and additions?

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