There was probably the famous 'Dum Maro Dum' song from the 1971 Bollywood movie Hare Rama Hare Krishna
The film and especially this song were wildly controversial at the time (think: Blasphemy!), especially because of the depicted connections between chanting Hare Krishna and taking drugs. The film itself was a take on the hippie revolution going on at the time. The refrain Dum maro dum, mit jaaye gham, bolo subah shaam, hare krishna hare rama',
basically means: Smoke a joint, let your pain melt away, chant all day and night Hare Krishna Hare Rama.
I used to hear stories of early Iskconites being given a hard time by the Vrajavasis over the assumption that they, too, were examples of hippie Westerners who were really only interested in the 'highs' of KC, and were teased with this song by the village boys. I believe such stories like this were recorded in Hayagriva das' Vrindavan Days
or something like that.
By the way, the concept of the song has recently been "relaunched": a couple of months ago the movie Dum Maaro Dum
was released with the item-song entitled Mit Jaaye Gham
. It, too, mentions 'Hare Krishna Hare Krishna Hare Krishna Hare Rama':