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    Rakesh Roshan borrows from Turkish Mil. anthem

    By Super Admin
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    Courtesy: IndiaFM

    Thursday, May 11, 2006

    Rajesh Roshan seems to have taken some real "inspiration" from international music before creating the music for Krrish. The track 'dil na diya' from the album of Krrish has a striking similarity with 'Ottoman military project remix'. The two songs are alike in their beats, the bass guitar chords and even the rhythm.

    The original song was a Turkish military anthem called 'Ceddin deden' which was composed in early 1900's and was remixed by Ottoman Military Project recently which was a part of Claude Challe/ Ravin's Nirvana Lounge Volume 1 that came out in 2000.

    The song in Krrish is on the lines of the 'It's Magic' track from Koi Mil Gaya and is sung by Kunal Ganjawala. The two songs are so similar that the only difference one might notice between the two songs is Kunal Ganjawala's voice singing in Hindi. Now how is that for an inspiration!

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