Songs and Bollywood are inseparable – fans entangled in mad excitement. There is no condition, no event, no feeling for which a Hindi picture song has not been established.
The soundtrack plays a significant part in a film. Yet, if we discuss Bollywood films, the music amplifies the effect of the tale and the topic.
The Hindi movie album has numerous terrific songs. We chose some of the all-time-hit songs that have created an instant effect on the listeners after watching the film. Many songs were superhit and have been marked into our memories forever. Today, we have taken you to the top 10 best Bollywood soundtracks of all time. These songs are going to touch your heart. Here is the list of 10 Bollywood soundtracks that are loved by people of all ages:
Jaane Tu… Ya Jaane Na
When it comes to A.R. Rahman, we know that the song is going to be magic. Jaane Tu… Ya Jaane Na’s chorus was fresh, modern and peppy, with one jazz performance by Mozart himself. To relive the memories this song is very helpful.
Kal Ho Naa Ho
The flutes beginning from the title track of ‘Kal Ho Naa Ho’ hangouts this massively achieving initial noughties movie. Sonu Nigam’s full, textured vocalist dreamily lives up. The beautiful lyrical lyrics are written by Javed Akhtar.
Penned by AR Rehman, sung by Sapna Awasthi and Sukhwinder Singh. This is one of the songs that was not a reason for a toilet break. A mesmerising, passionate Urdu love melody is completed on the top of a train as it trundles through a jaw-dropping peak jungle background.
Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham
The title track is a category of how music can sew its path through a movie, Lata Mangeshkar’s unique and expressive singer whisks you missing on a journey into the difficult world of the house.
The hit melody Rang Barse came to be an instant blow among the lovers. Yet, it has fulfilled a Holi anthem presently. The incredible song of Shiv-Hari and the wonderfully composed lyrics added to the attraction of this soundtrack.
Muqaddar Ka Sikandar
The title music of the movie made an instant effect. Yet, the song Salaam-E-Ishq came out to be an all-time favourite.
Kuch Kuch Hota Hai
Directed by Karan Johar’s debut, it featured Shah Rukh Khan, Kajol and Rani Mukherjee with a song by Jatin Lalit and lyrics by Sameer.
This was exactly for the teenager, and it evolved into a rage appreciation of foot-tapping melody. Still, there is something unique about the Kaante songs that are quite famous to this day.
Lag Jaa Gale
The best melody in this movie is Lag Ja Gale, as everything in this music is remarkable, Lata Mangeshkar shines once again in another enormous music in this film.
Kisi Ki Muskurahaton Pe
Kisi Ki Muskurahaton Pe it’s an extraordinary track as it’s your ordinary perfect Raj Kapoor music. The only melody that will dispute a specific audience.