We are sure you love your hit romantic songs by your favourite singers but we bet you did not have a clue that their unplugged versions are are astonishing as well. Some reprise versions are so good they are even better than the original compositions. We bring you a list of all those hit songs whose reprise versions are more than amazing to hear, and we're sure they'll make you fall in love with them all over again.
From the exciting touches of first love in 'Moh Ke Dhaage' to the energetic 'Khumaar', Papon, whose genuine name is Angaraag Mahanta, has given us some extraordinary music. The skilled Assamese vocalist author has been a piece of each of the three periods of Coke Studio MTV. We choose 12 of his tunes that we simply adore!
1. Moh Moh Ke Dhaage
This number from 'Dum Laga Ke Haisha' is the most excellent go up against hesitant love.
A deep melody from 'Madras Café', formed by Shantanu Moitra and composed by Ali Hayat, and sung by Papon. One of those tunes that stay with you for long and give you quality at whatever point required.
The nineties were an incredible time for music. The sheer vitality and experimentation in the music was sufficient to make experiencing childhood in the nineties so much justified, despite all the trouble. With groups like Bombay Vikings, Colonial Cousins and Euphoria, Indi-popular music was getting it done. Each music video recounted a story – of the principal exciting surges of adoration, of lonely love, of wedding sentiments and street outings, of smashes on neighbors. There was a story in each tune, and it really said something. We select our most loved numbers from the nineties that we began to look all starry eyed at.
Get ready for a load of nostalgia!
1. Kya Soorat Hai - Bombay Vikings
The coolest boy band of the nineties truly gave us one of the best remixes of the time.
We never knew the chocolatey boy pounding over his adorable neighbor would go ahead to end up noticeably the hunk of Bollywood, Shahid Kapoor. Surrendering your pocket cash to purchase your squash a present – so nineties!
The most enchanted number of the nineties, 'Piya Basanti' was a melodious perfect work of art, an adoration song for our dry hearts. Nauheed Cyrusi and Donovan Wodehouse were astounding onscreen. We wish there was a spin-off.
Songs can be very powerful. And when it comes to Bollywood, the Hindi songs, mixed with inspiring lyrics and some peppy beats, can lift your spirits and raise your hope even when everything seems lost. When we feel lost, these songs help us pull ourselves together and prepare us to face the battles of life. We have shared 12 Inspiring Bollywood Songs when the days going gets tough.
From no one important to Bollywood's most popular singer today, Arijit Singh won a large number of hearts overnight with the arrival of the music collection of 'Aashiqui 2'. What's more, there has been no thinking back from that point onward. The more you say in regards to this current man's adaptability, the less it is. Regardless of whether you listen in to Bollywood songs, here are 12 songs by Arijit Singh that you must have in your playlist one for each state of mind!
1. Tum Hi Ho (Aashiqui 2)
Better believe it, we know you've had enough of this chartbuster. Be that as it may, we're discussing the one he sung at MTV Unplugged. This rendition is such a great amount of superior to the first. Wouldn't you agree?
Who might have thought there could be an artist who could even approach a legend like Rahet Fateh Ali Khan? But Arijit Singh not just catches the pith of the song impeccably well, he even gave it his own one of a kind touch.
You'd be amazed to know this current one's from a shabby Sunny Leone film called 'Jackpot'. That is the energy of Arijit Singh, he can implant soul and significance into anything, actually with simply his voice.
A standout amongst the most innovative and actually splendid chiefs of contemporary Hindi cinema is Sanjay Leela Bhansali. He began his movie vocation by helping Vidhu Vinod Chopra where he got an opportunity to show a look at his visual brightness by picturizing the tune 'Kuch Na Kaho' from '1942: A Love Story' in 1994. He coordinated his first film 'Khamoshi: The Musical' in 1996 which had extraordinary music yet fizzled financially. His next endeavor 'Murmur Dil De Chuke Sanam' was a major achievement and set the tone for greater movies. The melodies in his movies are nothing not as much as excellent. The way he considers and executes them is an occasion without anyone else's input. He investigates each subtleties of it to make it noteworthy and a visual treat. Let’s watch at some of his best picturized songs which have left a lasting impression in the minds of cine-goers.
Pinga (Bajirao Mastani – 2015)
Another deadly blend of Deepika Padukone and Priyanka Chopra who play spouses to Bajirao Mastani, the Maratha warrior played by Ranveer Singh. The tune is luxuriously picturised on a Marathi set where Kashibai respects the warrior ruler Mastani in a fabulous night of move and festivity. Rendered by Shreya Ghoshal and Vaishali Made, it is formed by Sanjay Leela Bhansali and penned by Siddharth Garima.
Nagada Sang Dhol (Goliyon Ki Rasleela : Ram-Leela - 2013)
'Nagada Sang Dhol' components Gujarat's fabulous celebration festivity in Sanjay Leela Bhansali present day tackle Romeo Juliet highlighting Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh in the principle leads. The melody is sung by Shreya Ghoshal and Osman Mir with music by Sanjay Leela Bhansali and verses by Siddharth-Garima. The melody oozes the power of the characters delightfully.
Udi Teri Aankhon Se (Guzaarish - 2010)
This melody was extraordinary in its own particular style which included Hrithik Roshan, Aishwarya Rai and Aditya Roy Kapur. This song from "Guzaarish" was effectively one of the best structures of Sanjay Leela Bhansali who turned full-time music chief. The tune is sung by song ruler Sunidhi Chauhan and Shail Hada and penned by Turaz.
Jab Se Tere Naina (Saawariya – 2007)
'Jab Se Tere Naina' was an imaginative articulation of adoration from the expert skilled worker. With Ranbir Kapoor making his introduction alongside Sonam Kapoor in the film, this melody was stand-out which went ahead to be known as the 'towel dance'. Excellent rendered by Shaan the tune was made by Monty Sharma.
Maar Dala (Devdas – 2002)
One of the excellent picturized tune in the film sung by the adaptable Kavita Krishnamurthy, 'Maar Dala' highlights Madhuri Dixit and Shahrukh Khan. Madhuri's outfit measured a simple 20 kgs for this melody created by Ismail Darbar. One of the highlights of this film was this "mujra" number which likewise was one of the last picturised mujra tunes of Hindi silver screen.
Dola Re Dola (Devdas – 2002)
One of the historic point tunes of Indian film which had seen Hindi screens two endless marvels, Madhuri Dixit and Aishwarya Rai having the same edge. 'Dola Re Dola' was a conventional move number choreographed by Saroj Khan which was sung by Kavita Krishnamurthy, Shreya Ghoshal and K.K. Music was by Ismail Darbar and Monty Sharma. "Devdas" was Sanjay Leela Bhansali's interpretation of Sarat Chandra Chatterjee's great novel by the same name.
Dholi Taro Dhol Baaje (Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam – 1999)
Another stupendous tune picturized on a fantastic scale, 'Dholi Taro' got the extravagant of move sweethearts amid Navratri's. Sung by Vinod Rathod, Kavita Krishnamurthy and Karsan Sagathia, it had music by Ismail Darbar and was picturized on Salman and Aishwarya Rai.
Nimbooda (Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam – 1999)
One of Sanjay Leela Bhansali's stupendous move number 'Nimbooda' was sung by Kavita Krishnamurthy and Karshan Sargathia and made by Ismail Darbar. Aishwarya Rai was in top structure as Saroj Khan choreographed the melody which brought her that year's Filmfare honor for best choreographer.
Yeh Dil Sun Raha Hai (Khamoshi : The Musical - 1996)
Rendered by Kavita Krishnamurthy and made by Jatin-Lalit, this tune however not mounted on a stupendous canvas, regardless it went ahead to touch numerous a hearts. Manisha who is recording her first tune gets her folks (who are hard of hearing and quiet) to watch her. The expression between the guardians and little girl is justified regardless of a look as Salman looks on.
Aaj Main Upar (Khamoshi : The Musical - 1996)
This melody means Manisha's bliss when she gets her first collection recording offer as she is joined by Salman Khan later. Sung by Kavita Krishnamurthy and Kumar Sanu, the melody went ahead to wind up one of the chartbusters of 1996 which was formed by Jatin-Lalit and penned by Majrooh Sultanpuri. The film may have not done well in the cinema world but rather the music is still played and acknowledged