7 Bally Sagoo Tracks That Changed The 90s Music Game For The Better

There were 3 things overall that shook Indian society’s parochial approach to sex back in the 90s. There was the Desi playboy ‘Debonair’, the very, very sultry photoshoot of a famous model couple – Madhu Sapre and Milind Soman, and the remix of Chura Liya by Bally Sagoo that featured a lotta Calvin Klein briefs even before Disha Patani and Kendall Jenner made it this iconic for the millennial generation. This was the generation of Cindy Crawford and Mark Wahlberg fashioning them, and Sagoo brought it to mainstream Indian television sets. But Sagoo didn’t just bring an avant-garde modernity to typicalities. No. He brought a new wave of music. These were remixes that didn’t feel like they played with the intrinsic foundation of an existing songs, no these were remixes that were manifestations of tradition in an evolved manner.

Whether it was Jas Arora and Malaika Arora doing one of the most iconic hook-steps in Indian music industry EVER courtesy Gur Nalo Ishq, or it was Suchitra Pillai in a very artsy and noir Dil Cheez Hai Kya, or it was the forever wedding anthem of Aaja Nachle, made immortal not once but twice, latter being thanks to Monsoon Wedding – Bally Sagoo’s repurposed, reproductive genius is unmatched, and thus we bring you 7 songs that changed the way we listened to music in the 90s!

1. Chura Liya Hai Tumne

2. Gur Nalo Ishq Mitha

3. Dil Cheez Hai Kya Jaana

4. Choli Ke Peeche

5. Mera Laung Gwacha

6. Noori 

7. Aaja Nachle