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The best Bollywood songs
Fearing that I might miss out on something while compiling this list, I went through the Top Twenty Playlists in the music streaming sites. I listened to every song. The charts have almost nothing in common with my list. There are a scary number of remixes. At this rate, soon my entire life will be a remix. Does it go on to prove the recent report that said India is the most depressed country in the world? Is our current political and economic slump linked to the creative bankruptcy in Hindi film music? Why are our cricketing icons and favourite movie stars turning out to be such douchebags?
Sukanya Verma lists her favourite songs of Are these on your playlist too? Most of the music that hit a chord with me was high on inspiration and intensity or hooking for the most foot-tapping reasons. As soon as I got into the car after watching Manmarziyaan , the first thing I did was to look up for its soundtrack and put it on loop. Daryaa 's captivating romance and Shellee's Tainu Hi Chuniya ardour coupled with Ammy Virk's breathtaking touches create something so overwhelmingly impassioned as to ensure it's a cut above typical Punjabi rock ballads. The composer trio's magnificent use of the bouzouki and esraj, Arijit Singh's swift delivery and Gulzar's unflinching penmanship convey the commitment and stakes of Raazi 's title song so ardently, you will root for Alia Bhatt's triumph on screen and find plenty to be motivated off it. Easily one of the best, under-rated, soundtracks of the year, Laila Majnu packs in helluva pluck and passion. Especially the tantalising sensuality and undisguised mischief encompassing Gandhi's come hither overtures in Mujhe Chand Par Le Chalo. These evocative lines by Faiz and their allegiance to freedom of speech hold enormous power on its own. More power to Sneha Khanvilkar then for weaving his profound words into her poignant melody that's both a tribute and telling of Manto and his beliefs.