Bin Laden’s favourite songs: Pyar Toh Hona Hi Tha, Tu chand hai poonam ka
The Central Intelligence Agency released 470,000 additional files seized in May 2011 when US Navy SEALs burst into the Abbottabad compound and shot dead Osama Bin Laden.
The Navy Seals found several documents which included clips from various media publications on issues such as Kashmir. However Bin Laden was not all terror and no fun.
He did enjoy his share of Kumar Sanu and Alka Yagnik music as well. There were roughly around 80,000 audio and video clips found on his system. Apart from bollywood music, there were also nursery rhymes such as Twinkle Twinkle Little Star and a clip from the popular Tom and Jerry series.
Best World Cup goals, the movie Cars and also a video titled 'Where can I Play football were also seized from Bin Laden's compound.
The Bollywood songs found on his system include:
Ajnabee mujhko itna bata
Pyar Toh Hona Hi Tha,
Tu chand hai poonam ka
The other files that were found include Laden's son's wedding video and diaries left by the Saudi-born militant. The documents revealed that Laden closely followed news related to the arrest of Lashkar-e-Taiba operative Headley and was a regular reader of some of the top publications.
An article 'Fears of air-borne terrorists strikes in India, UK' published in Sri Lanka Guardian was also found in a separate file on Laden's computer.
A PTI story, 'Al-Qaeda helping Taliban to destabilise Pak Government: Gates', dated February 9, 2010, was also found on Laden's computer. Another article found on Laden's computer was about the coded communications between Headley and his HuJI links.
Laden also saved on his computer another PTI article, titled: 'India to send magistrate to US to record Headley's statement'. Laden highlighted in yellow some portion of the article titled 'Pak Major handled Headley's India recce', published on March 16, 2010.