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List Of Best Arijit Singh Songs

Arijit Singh's song can be of any genre, they will be loved because of his voice

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Arijit Singh is one of the most beloved and famous Bollywood singers. Youtube
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By Ruchika Verma

  • Arijit Singh is one of the most beloved Bollywood singers
  • He has sung songs from all genres
  • Arijit Singh’s song list includes a large number of hits

Arijit Singh is one of the most famous and beloved Bollywood Singer. Arijit Singh’s songs are now quintessential to almost all Bollywood movies. From sad, romantic to fun and peppy, Arijit Singh has sung all kinds of songs.

Arijit Singh's song list includes songs from all genres. Youtube
Arijit Singh’s song list includes songs from all genres. Youtube

Arijit Singh songs, with time, has become synonymous with Bollywood songs. He has a long list of songs which one can keep on listening to his melodious voice. He is one of the most talented and favourite new generation singers.

Here is the list of best Arijit Singh songs to have a flavour of this amazing singer’s talent:

Tum Hi Ho

This song was Arijit Singh’s breakthrough song. The song was an instant hit between all age groups and made Arijit king of all the hearts.

Agar Tum Saath Ho

This melodiously, melancholic song in the voice of Arijit Singh and Alka Yagnik is what you need to get the heaviness off your heart. This song perfect for humming too!

Phir Bhi Tumko Chaahunga 

This song is one of the Arijit Singh’s best song. His voice suits the song, which has made it a big hit among the listeners.

Ae Dil Hai Mushkil

Arijit Singh’s melodious voice serenades through us in this emotional song beautifully. No one could have done this song better than him.

Channa Mereya 

Another one from ADHM, this song is another heartbreaking track from Arijit Singh which is all about one-sided love and heartbreak.

Hamari Adhuri Kahani

The movie in itself was very intense and this title track sung by Arijit Singh made it a whole lot more heart touching.

The Breakup Song

For those who think Arijit Singh’s song list only include sad, romantic songs, this one will surely prove you wrong. This song celebrates breakup in all its glory.

Galti Se Mistake

This song from Ranbir Kapoor’s movie, Jagga Jasoos, was probably the only USP of the film. It is another fun Arijit Singh song which will make you wanna get up and start dancing.

Nashe Si Chadh Gayi

Another Arijit Singh song which will force you to dance because the beats are just that catchy!

Enna Sona

This one is a happy, romantic song in Arijit Singh’s melodious voice. Arijit Singh’s song can be of any genre, they will be loved because of his voice and with this song, he proves it.

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  • Blesson Baby

    Roke na Ruke naina was also awesome. Khmoshiya was too good.
    Agar tum sath ho basically Alka Yagnik’s song.. Its Alka Ji who created her soulful melodious voice. We really miss Alka ji.

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Burman created a rich musical legacy comprising Indian classical, pop, rap, disco, funk, cabarets, which revolutionised Bollywood music

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R.D. Burman Image Source: alchetron.com
  • Burman had started composing songs at the age of nine under his father’s expert tutelage
  • Composed music for over 350 films including “Sholay”, “Kati Patang”, “Teesri Manzil”, “Yaadon Ki Baraat” and many more blockbusters.
  • Burman created a rich musical legacy comprising Indian classical, pop, rap, disco, funk, cabarets, which revolutionised Bollywood music

Google on Monday stole the hearts of music lovers by honouring legendary Bollywood music composer R.D. Burman with a doodle on his 77th birth anniversary.

Born in Kolkata on June 27, 1939, Rahul Dev Burman had died at the prime of his career in Mumbai on January 4, 1994, aged 54.

Famous for a variety of compositions including the evergreen “Chura liya hai tumne jo dil ko”, “Mehbooba, mehbooba” and more, he was the only son of his equally illustrious father and music director Sachin Dev Burman.

The doodle shows a chubby, bespectacled and smiling portrait of Burman with musical notes and a few scenes of his songs in the background, aptly suiting his nickname of ‘Pancham-da’.

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Google doodle RD Burman Image Source: news.panchamithra.in

“Bringing in influences from all over the world, from disco, to funk, to cabaret, R.D. Burman revolutionised Bollywood,” Google said in its accompanying tribute.

Burman had started composing songs at the age of nine under his father’s expert tutelage and by the mid-1950s, he was an able assistant working on music for some of the top films of that era.

In 1961, “Chhote Nawab”, his first film as an independent music director was released, though he had composed songs for an unreased venture “Raaz” two years earlier.

Since then, he never looked back and composed music for over 350 films including “Sholay”, “Kati Patang”, “Teesri Manzil”, “Yaadon Ki Baraat”, “Pyar Ka Mausam”, “Hare Rama Hare Krishna”, “Sanam Teri Kasam”, “Satte Pe Satta”, “Rocky”, “Aap Ki Kasam” and many more blockbusters.

Occasionally taking the mike solo (“Mehbooba, Mehbooba”) or with some other singers (“Monica, O My Darling” with Asha Bhosle), Burman created a rich musical legacy comprising Indian classical, pop, rap, disco, funk, cabarets, which revolutionised Bollywood music. (Source: IANS)

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