10 Hit Songs of Bollywood Which Actually Deserved a Better Movie –


When we talk about a great movie , many elements are included based on the genre. From action sequences , romance ,comic and thriller , everything is just lined up , of-course with a skilled star-cast. So how can we forget music . It actually gives life to a movie. Songs are evergreen ,they have been creating magic from one era to the other. But it’s not at all necessary that only good movies have great music. It happens many a times that with a weak script , music still rocks.

Today , we have have brought the list of some songs , which actually deserved a better movie.

Let’s have a look :

# 1 Mere Naam Tu (Zero)

One of great song made by the music director duo Ajay-Atul , did wonders ,as it was one of the chart-buster song . It still has that magic after a long time. Some songs are meant to be listen again and again , it falls in the same category. Ajay-Atul have been giving music in Hindi and Marathi Cinema and one of the superhit song of their’s is Zingaat from the movie Sairat.

# 2 Yaadon Mein (Jab Harry Met Sejal)

The movie Jab Harry Met Sejal did not do any wonders at the Box Office , although ,this one was directed by Imtiaz Ali . But when it comes to the songs , they are mesmerizing to hear. The man behind the music is Pritam . He is one of the outstanding music director , the industry has got. His magical compositions that borrows from the musical style of Fado, a traditional form of song from Portugal, where the film is set. There is a European flavour in it, best evident in Jonita Gandhi’s singing, which assumes the mournfulness of a songstress in a pub, with the brilliant singing of Mohd. Irfan. His heartfelt singing gives soul to the song when lyrics are from  Irshad Kamil. 

# 3 Haminastu (Fitoor)

This wonderful song was made when Pakistani musicians were still collaborating with their Indian counterparts. Singer Zeb Bangash sung the song“Haminastu” , which is a Kashmiri folk . Her tone and accent feels just right. . The cosmetic visualisation — with Katrina Kaif riding a stallion no less — feels like a betrayal to the imagination. 

# 4 Kill Dil (Kill Dil)

The creation of Shankar-Ehassan and Loy ,gave a kick start to the song Kill Dill ,in the voice of star singer Sonu Nigam .It has all the rhythm and an irresistible cocktail of whistles that recall Ennio Morricone. Overall , it’s a great song to hear.

# 5 Banjaara (Ek Villain)

In the production of  Ekta Kapoor, the movie Ek Villian was directed by Mohit Suri, whose schooling has been at the hands of the Bhatt(s). The song Ek Banjaara is the combination of sentimental piano, a bit of Sufi, and so on. Mithoon weaves a beautiful, intricate melody around it, drenched in a kind of melancholy; Mohd Irfan’s singing is delicate and tender.

# 6 Hello Hello (Jhootha hi Sahi) 

A song that describes a midnight call to a lover that goes on ringing, the singing (Karthik), the tune, the arrangement (punctuated by digital sounds of a telephone), all convey one thing: the unbearable pain of a certain kind of loneliness. AR Rahman teamed up with Abbas Tyrewala after Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na in his failed sophomore outing. Where the director failed, Tyrewala, the lyricist did very well, keeping it conversational and pithy: ‘Mujhse zara, baatein karo; Halki zara, raatein karo’.

# 7 Khanabadosh (London Dreams)

It’s not easy to weave in a phrase like London Dreams as effortlessly as in this song does it. That’s how tight the collaboration is between composers Shankar Ehsaan Loy and lyricist Prasoon Joshi, in top form here, in Vipul Shah’s ill-conceived film about a bunch of desi people rocking it in the UK. The song “Khanabadosh” was an out of the box , which was lively and gave that energy and had a capacity to surprise.

# 8 Fiqrana (Blue)

Another conflict: This, or the bizarrely fun Blue Theme song? The latter’s crazier in terms of form, but this one’s more underrated. And who said every AR Rahman song has to be path-breaking? This is far from path-breaking, trashy even, with phrases following the predictable pattern of repeating themselves in regular intervals. But then it’s got the sublime Rahman touch, especially around the chord transition.

# 9 Tere Naina (Chandni Chowk to China)

Dreamy, and filled with melody, the song has beautiful touches: Shankar Mahadevan’s subtle classical flourishes; Shreya Ghoshal’s rapid-fire sputtering of words—like South Indian film playback; the interlude music, that resembles Oriental folk music; and the gorgeous antara: “Tere Naina” marks Shankar Ehsaan Loy at their prime.

# 10 Manmohini Morey (Yuvvraaj)

Subhash Ghai is known for this epic movies like Saudagar and Taal . He is a legendary director and the songs of his movies just compliment it. But it was different in the case his film Yuvvraaj . It didn’t do any wonders but the music was awesome . One such song of the movie was Manmohini .It was sung by Vijay Prakash and composed by legendary A R Rahman .



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