These Anushka Sharma Songs Have Become The Most Trending Tracks On Her Birthday

Anushka Sharma doesn’t belong to a filmy background and has achieved everything in the industry on her own. She intended to pursue a career in journalism and modelling but ended up being one of the most successful actresses in the industry. The “Zero” actress is extremely proud of what she has achieved and so are we.

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How Reality Shows Made Them The Gods & Goddesses Of Playback Music

Reality Shows are more than just a dream platform for talented singers to showcase and enhance their skills. Surprisingly, plenty of Bollywood Playback singers have made a career out of it. Reality show contestants are groomed by experts and their talent keeps improving day in and day out.

Want to know how these shows shaped up the careers of some of the most talented Bollywood Singers Of all-time?

Read the GaanaPehchaana blog below.

Shreya Ghoshal

Shreya Ghoshal

The little girl who came to limelight after winning the oldest Indian singing reality show in the year 2000, is now one of the biggest singing sensations of our country.

Her talent was first recognised by Mr Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s mother who watched Shreya win and told Sanjay about her. Mr Bhansali recognised her talent and signed her as a playback singer for his next film “Devdas”.

Arijit Singh

Arijit Singh

Arijit’s story isn’t new to any of us. He was a participant of Fame Gurukul, a music reality show organised in the year 2005. Even though he stood 6th and didn’t win the show, he received millions of offers for his mind-blowing voice.

He sings predominantly in Hindi and Bengali but has also performed in plenty of other Indian languages. Are you a big-time fan of Arijit Singh’s songs? The GaanaPehchaana app is available on the AppStore and Play store📱. Install it and start listening to the songs now!

Sunidhi Chauhan

Sunidhi Chauhan

Sunidhi Chauhan discontinued her studies to pursue a career in the music industry. She said: “I quit because I did not feel like studying. I made the decision to pursue my dream as a singer and I don’t regret it one bit”.

Chauhan became famous after winning the first singing reality show on DD National titled “Meri Awaz Suno”, where she was honoured with the “Lata Mangeshkar Trophy” for the best female singer of India. Enjoy Sunidhi Chauhan’s songs on the GaanaP song application.

Monali Thakur

Monali Thakur

Did you know that Monali Thakur is not just a singer but an actor as well? Even she participated in the music reality show Indian Idol 2 and went on to become a popular face in the Bollywood💃🏻 Playback industry.

You must have time and again heard the hit Bollywood track “Zara Zara Touch Me” from “Race”?, but did you know that it was Monali Thakur’s 2nd song in Bollywood? In recent years her songs “Moh moh Ke Dhaage” and “Sawar Loon” gained the maximum number of positive reviews.

Neeti Mohan

Neeti Mohan

In 2003, Mohan was one of the winners of Channel V’s reality television show- “Popstars”. She was subsequently chosen to join Aasma—a pop group formed with the other winners of the show—where she got the chance to perform with Bryan Adams.

Belonging to a completely non-musical background, Neeti made all the efforts on her own, to be where she is today!

Antara Mitra

Antara Mitra

Antara Mitra gained all the fame after participating in Indian Idol Season 2, where she stood 5th. She led a life of struggles and hardships, especially during her initial days in Mumbai, when she simply survived on Maggi.

In a previous interview to the Times of India in 2010, Mitra thanked and expressed her gratitude to Music Director Pritam Chakraborty, as he was the first one to show faith in her talent, as at that time all film songs for which she had lent her voice were composed by him.

She also got widespread recognition for her acclaimed duet songs “Gerua” and “Janam Janam” co-sung with Arijit Singh.

Nakash Aziz

Nakash Aziz

Here we have one more musical gem from Indian Idol Season 2. Even though he didn’t make it to the last 12 finalists, he has created a strong niche for himself in the Bollywood Playback Music Industry.

His career started in 2010 with the “Vandemataram” song from the film “Leader” and is growing stronger with every passing year. Hailing from Moodabidri, a small suburban town on the outskirts of Mangalore, Nakash Aziz, didn’t ever imagine that he could achieve all the great things that he has achieved.

These singers went on to become Hero from Zero. That is the hidden power of Music🎶 Reality shows. These shows can turn you into superstars and make you achieve fame, name and success that you would not have achieved otherwise.

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Those who wish to sing always find a song!!

-By Arunima Gupta

These Handsome Male Punjabi Singers Have Made It Big In Bollywood

Bollywood is one of the biggest film industries. It has charmed people the world over with its fabulous song and dance numbers. The best part is that it welcomes artists from all over the globe with welcoming arms.

Punjab has an endless number of uber cool singers who have made it quite big in Bollywood.

Let us read this blog to know more about how some of the most sought-after Punjabi singers who won over Bollywood with their dapper style, excellent dance moves, superb singing skills and never-ending charm.

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Rhythm Dhol Bass

Rhythm Dhol Bass

  • RDB was formed by 3 British Sikh brothers in the year 1997. Their style blends western genres with traditional Punjabi beats.
  • Their musical journey began with singing at the gurdwara, where they used to assist their father in performing in front of the community at the local gurdwara, playing the harmonium and the tabla. This gave them a great understanding of their musical creativity. They have created an endless number of songs for hit movies like “Namastey London”, “Singh Is King”, “Kambakht Ishq”, “Tanu Weds Manu” etc.

Badshah

Badshah

  • Just the name Badshah can bring a smile to your face. Badshah is a hugely renowned Indian rap-music composer, rapper and co-singer, known for his Hindi, Haryanvi and Punjabi songs. He kickstarted his career in the year 2006, with his close buddy Yo Yo Honey Singh. Together they formed Band Mafia Mundeer and gained massive popularity.
  • Badshah split from Honey in 2012 and became famous with his independent Haryanvi song “Kar Gayi Chull”. “Kar Gayi Chull”? seems familiar! No? You must have heard this song in the 2016 Bollywood movie, Kapoor & Sons. His music has been featured in Bollywood soundtracks for movies like “Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhaniya” and “Khoobsurat”.

Diljit Dosanjh

Diljit Dosanjh

  • Diljit’s successful career began during his school days when he started his journey as a singer by singing Kirtans at local Gurudwaras. Diljit Dosanjh has become a heartthrob not just in Punjab, but all over the world.
  • He is a sensational actor, singer, television presenter and social media celebrity, who works in Punjabi and Hindi cinema. Dosanjh made his Hindi Film Music debut with Udta Punjab in 2016, for which he earned the Filmfare Award for Best Male Debut.

Yo Yo Honey Singh

Yo Yo Honey Singh

  • Honey Singh was born as Hirdesh Singh and studied music at the Trinity School in the United Kingdom. He is a fabulous music director, songwriter, Indi-pop singer, music producer and film actor.
  • His first song in Bollywood films was “Shakal Pe Mat Ja”, featuring Gagan Sidhu. Singh charged Rs. 7 million for a song in the film “Mastan”. This was the largest amount paid to a song artist in Bollywood to date, making him one of the highest-paid singers in Bollywood.

Mika Singh

Mika Singh

  • Mika Singh has become a household name but did any of you know that he’s the younger brother of Daler Mehdi. He began his career at an early age and has released several solo albums. He has also made appearances on various reality shows, becoming a well-loved star in the country.
  • Mr Mika has a wide range of Bollywood songs to his credit, the prominent ones being”Bas Ek King” (Singh Is Kinng), “Mauja Hi Mauja” (Jab We Met), “Ibn-e-Batuta” (Ishqiya), and “Dhanno” (Housefull).

Hans Raj Hans

Hans Raj Hans

  • Hans Raj Hans was a sensation in the late nineties and early 2000s.  He was born in the village of Shafipur, near Jalandhar, Punjab and started singing Punjabi folk, devotional and Sufi music.
  • As a child, he learned from music director Charanjit Ahuja and sang some of his best Bollywood songs for films like “Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety”-2018, “Mausam”-2019, “Patiala House”-2011 and “Bend It Like Beckham”-2002.

Master Saleem

Master Saleem

  • Master Saleem was born as Saleem Shahzada in Shahkot, near Jalandhar Punjab. He is the son of the famous Sufi singer Ustad Puran Shah Koti, who was also the guru of eminent folk singers like Hans Raj Hans, Jasbir Jassi and Sabar Koti, thus Saleem inherited a rich musical heritage right from his childhood.
  • At the mere age of seven, Saleem gave his very first public performance at the prestigious opening ceremony of Bathinda Doordarshan with his song “Charkhe Di Ghook”.
  • Later Shankar Mahadevan of the famous composing-singing trio Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy heard his singing performances at a Jagran which was being aired on television, thus Saleem was chosen for his single “Mast Kalandar” from “Hey Babyy” under their expert music direction. The song was a sensation and launched his Hindi Film Music career.

Bollywood dreams are for everyone and these top Punjabi singers are no less than any of the Bollywood singing sensations. Loved reading these less known facts about the biggest gayaks of Punjab? Let us know your opinion in the comments section.

Enjoy the above-mentioned songs on https://goo.gl/3AzqAD, to read the blogs and reviews click on Blog/Review. To play your favourite Bollywood Musical games set in the pattern of Bollywood song quizzes, check out the new version of the app https://goo.gl/Qyhuof. Don’t forget to let us know about your most favourite picnic melody in the comments below.

– By Arunima Gupta

These Bollywood Songs Will Encourage You To Be The Best Version Of Yourself

There’s a dialogue in “Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara” which says “Seize The Day My Friend. Pehle Is Din Ko Puri Tarah Jiyo, Phir Chaalis Ke Baare Mein Sochna.” Bollywood has numerous films with inspirational dialogues which encourage us and motivate us to achieve great heights. Similarly, there are Bollywood songs which instil seeds of hope and make us a lot more motivated than ever before. Listen to these songs on the GaanaPehchaana Music App.

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Ignite The Spirit Of Patriotism With The Manikarnika Songs

Album Info
Music: Shankar Ehsaan Loy
Lyrics: Prasoon Joshi
Singers: Shankar Mahadevan, Sukhwinder Singh, Pratibha Singh Baghel, Pratibha Singh Baghel, Ravi Mishra, Prajakta Shukre, Shrinidhi Ghatate, Siddharth Mahadevan & Arunaja
Album Released: January 2019

“Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi” starring Kangana Ranaut takes us back to the 1830s, ’40s and 50s when Rani Lakshmibai reigned as the queen of Jhansi in North India. The film is based on the life of Rani Laxmi Bai and her war against the British East India Company, during the Indian Rebellion of 1857.

The film’s soundtrack is composed by Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy (the phenomenal composer trio) and the lyrics are written by Prasoon Joshi. Many Super-talented singers came together to sing these wonderful songs. Let’s read the GaanaP review for these songs below.

Vijayi Bhava

Manikarnika Vijayi Bhava Song

Speaking about the song ‘Vijayi Bhava’, Shankar Mahadevan had reportedly said that in any musician’s career, a film like “Manikarnika: The Queen Of Jhansi” becomes a landmark. According to him, it was a challenging and musically enriching experience as a singer and composer. Even the chorus did a mindblowing job. The official video is out and looks absolutely dazzling. Rating: 3/5

Bharat

Bharat Song Manikarnika

An outstanding melody composed by Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy, written by Prasoon Joshi and sung by Shankar Mahadevan. “Bharat” will make the patriotic feelings ooze out of you like lime juice. Prasoon Joshi recites the poetry part in the song. We are anxiously waiting for the official video to release. Rating: 3/5

Bolo Kab Pratikar Karoge

Bolo Kab Pratikar Karoge Song

A brave, hair raising song in the voice of accomplished singer Sukhwinder Singh, “Bolo Kab Pratikar Karoge” asks for  Pratikar or revenge for all the brutality and misdeeds of the British. Prasoon Joshi’s smashing lyrics and the chorus part sung by the adept chorus comprising of Mani Mahadevan, Arun Kamath, Nihal Shetty, Vikas Joshi, Varun Uday & Rituraj Sen add life and energy to this motivating song. Rating: 3/5

Rajaji

Rajaji Song Jisshu Sengupta And Kangana Ranaut

A mesmerising track dedicated to the Maharaja of Jhansi, Raja Gangadhar Newalkar. Pratibha Singh Baghel and Ravi Mishra’s mellifluous singing will steal your heart and make you elated. It’s an absolutely classy and heart-touching composition by Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy for the mighty king. Rating: 4/5

Shiv Tandav

Shiv Tandav By Shankar Mahadevan

A reworked version of the original Shiva Tandav Stotram written by Ravana, the king of Lanka. Shankar Mahadevan modified and altered it in a convincing manner. This track goes really well with the theme of the film. Rating: 5/5

Taki Taki

Taki Taki Song Manikarnika: Jhansi Ki Rani

“Taki Taki” is a sugary, syrupy sweet melody sung by the extremely talented singer from Madhya Pradesh, Pratibha Singh Baghel. This mesmerising melody is shown to express Kangana Ranaut’s delicate emotions. Rating: 5/5

Dankila

Dankila Song Kangana Ranaut

“Dankila” sounds like a festive love song. Prajakta Shukre, Shrinidhi Ghatate, Siddharth Mahadevan & Arunaja contribute to singing this fabulous dance song. “Dankila” will surely add a spark to all your celebrations in 2019. Without help from the chorus, the singers wouldn’t have been able to perform this well. Rating: 5/5

‘Manikarnika: The Queen Of Jhansi’ is directed by Krish and Kangana Ranaut and also features actors like Jisshu Sengupta, Ankita Lokhande, Suresh Oberoi, Danny, Denzongpa and others in the key role. We have songs for different occassions suiting different tastes and moods. Visit the link  https://goo.gl/gYb3YM to listen to the songs from “Manikarnika: The Queen Of Jhansi”, to play engaging Hindi Film Music Games, click  Bollywood Musical games or read interesting blogs and reviews on GaanaP!

OUR PICK(S): We choose “Taki Taki” as our most favourite song from the album.

-By Arunima Gupta

These Spooky Bollywood Songs Will Haunt You Every Day

Just like some of us are fond of watching horror films, because we enjoy the spine-tingling, nerve-racking feeling that scary films give us, similarly there are people who thoroughly enjoy listening to spooky songs because these songs transport them to a supernatural, spooky world.

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The 2.0 Hindi Soundtrack Fails To Shine As Much As Its Tamil Counterpart

Album Info


Music: A.R Rahman
Lyrics: Abbas Tyrewala 
Singers: Armaan Malik, Shaasha Tirupati, Blaaze, Nakash Aziz, Kailash Kher, A.R Ameen, Susan D’ Mello 
Album Released: December 2018

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Get Refreshed With The Brand New Songs From ‘Baazaar’

Album Info

Music: Tanishk Bagchi, Sohail Sen, Bilal Saeed, Kanika Kapoor

Lyrics: Ikka, Yo Yo Honey Singh, Jamil Ahmed, Bilal Saeed, Shabbir Ahmed

Singers: Ikka, Jyotica Tangri, Yo Yo Honey Singh, Singhsta, Simar Kaur, Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, Pratibha Singh Baghel, Neha Kakkar, Bilal Saeed, Arijit Singh, Kanika Kapoor

Album Released: October 2018

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Shake A Leg To These Dazzling Navratri Songs

We just can’t suppress our excitement. Navratri and Durga Pooja are around the corner. These 9 days are filled with bright colours, heavy jewellery, beautiful clothes and heavenly delicious food, but Navratris are always incomplete without the smicking-smacking of the dandiyas. The long nights of Garba and Dandiya bring about the actual fun. Bollywood is a treasure-house of singing and dancing.

So, let’s enjoy these festive Navratri songs on GaanaPehchaana.

Hey Aayo Aayo Navratri Tyohar (1971)

Matarani Bhajans

Music: Kalyanji-Anandji

Lyrics: Qamar Jalalabadi

Singers: Mukesh, Mohammad Rafi

Movie: Johar Mehmood In Hong Kong

‘Johar Mehmood In Hong Kong’ is an intelligence satire released in the year 1971. This song will ignite devotional feelings in your heart. Dedicate this mesmerising track sung by the great Mukesh and Mohammad Rafi to the divine goddess and listen to it on GaanaPehchaana.

Aaj Radha Ko Shyam Yaad Aa Gaya (1994)

Sridevi

Music: Mahesh Kishore

Lyrics: Saawan Kumar Tak

Singers: Lata Mangeshkar

Movie: Chand Ka Tukda

A basic dandiya song from the 1994 film, ‘Chand Ka Tukda’ starring Sridevi and Salman Khan. The dandiya song with the Rajasthani dancers performing difficult antics like dancing on plates was one of its kind when released way back in 1994, but now we have innumerable melodies of this kind.

Chand Aya Hai Zameen Pe (1999)

Sonali Bendre

Music: A.R Rahman

Lyrics: Mehboob

Singers: Kavita Krishnamurthy, Udit Narayan

Movie: Dil Hi Dil Mein

‘Chand Aya Hai Zameen Pe, Aaj Garbe Ki Raat Mein’, is the remake of a Telegu song from a Telegu movie named ‘Kadhalar Dhinam’. Sonali Bendre and Kunal Singh rock the Garba night in their shimmering dandiya outfits with their dandiya sticks. Sonali looks drop dead gorgeous. Even though this song sounds a bit old-school but you can still play it during your dandiya festival.

Dholi Taro Dhol Baje (1999)

Salman Khan

Music: Ismail Darbar

Lyrics: Mehboob

Singers: Kavita Krishnamurthy, Vinod Rathod

Movie: Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam

‘Dholi Taro Dhol Baje, Dhol Baje, Dhol Baaje Dhol, Ke Dham Dham Baaje Dhol’ is an evergreen dandiya track starring Aishwarya Rai and Salman Khan. Many of us are die-hard fans of the 1999 film, ‘Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam’, a cult film by Sanjay Leela Bhansali which showcased this colourful song. Aishwarya and Salman’s breathtaking expressions and excellent acting skills will make you fall in love with this song again and again.

Radha Kaise Na Jale (2001)

Radha Kaise Na Jale

Music: A.R Rahman

Lyrics: Javed Akhtar

Singers: Asha Bhosle & Udit Narayan

Movie: Lagaan

An enchanting melody from the 2001 film, ‘Lagaan’ which leaves us spellbound till today! The little jealousy brewing between Gracy Singh and Amir Khan as they dance to the beats of the dandiyas will make you want to dance along with them. A.R Rahman carved a niche for himself with mellifluous compositions like these in his early years. Asha Tai and Udit Sir’s voices are beyond comparison.

Dola Re Dola Re (2002)

Aishwarya Rai Madhuri Dixit

Music: Ismail Darbar

Lyrics: Nusrat Badr

Singer: Shreya Ghoshal

Movie: Devdas

This fantabulous melody became the biggest hit way back in 2002. Hoards of young girls started dancing to this body swaying dance number replete with the sounds of dhols, ghungroos etc. The best thing about this song is that it still remains an evergreen melody, even after 2 decades. It can create a happy environment and spark up any Navratri or Durga Pooja Event.

Nagada Sang Dhol (2013)

Deepika Padukone

Music: Sanjay Leela Bhansali

Lyrics: Sidharth-Garima

Singers: Shreya Ghoshal, Osman Mir

Movie: Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ramleela

A revamped version of the old ‘Dholi Tara’ song, this one was composed by Sanjay Leela Bhansali for the 2013 film ‘Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ramleela’ starring the glamorous Deepika Padukone and the dashing Ranveer Singh. Shreya Ghoshal and Osman Mir are simply fabulous. Light up your Navratris with this song on GaanaPehchaana.

Shubharambh (2013)

Rajkumar Rao

Music: Amit Trivedi

Lyrics: Shruti Pathak

Singers: Shruti Pathak, Divya Kumar

Movie: KaiPoChe

A Gujarati Garba melody from the 2013 buddy drama film, ‘KaiPoChe’. ‘Hey Shubharambh, Ho Shubharambh, Mangal Bela Ayi’ is a traditional Garba song. You can see the decorative red and yellow lanterns in similar shapes hanging in the background and the gorgeous ladies in colourful, draped lehengas sporting their excellent Garba moves.

Dholida (2018)

Loveyatri A Journey Of Love

Music: Tanishk Bagchi

Lyrics: Shabbir Ahmed

Singers: Neha Kakkar, Udit Narayan, Palak Muchchal, Raja Hassan

Movie: Loveyatri

A fast-paced Garba song perfect for the Garba nights. Warina Hussain and Aayush Sharma are simply rocking their sparkly colourful Garba outfits. The settings and background are completely Indian with the colourful tents, festoons and lanterns lighting up the entire atmosphere. Udit Narayan is back to surprise people with his singing skills after a long time. Neha Kakkar and Palak Muchhal are awesome with the singing.

Kamariya (2018)

Kritika Kamra

Music: Lijo George, D.J Chetas

Lyrics: Kumaar

Singer: Darshan Raval

Movie: Mitron

A peppy Navratri track from the very recent film, ‘Mitron’ starring actor, producer, Jackky Bhagnani and television diva Kritika Kamra. This one’s a perfect glittery, festive song sung by Darshan Raval, who’s making it quite big these days. Mitron traces the individual journeys of the two protagonists. This is a wonderful song infused with delicious Navratri flavours.

How about celebrating the divine goddess’ festival in a fun way with these superb Navratri melodies cheering up your mood and making you feel good? Listen to your favourite Mata Aartis and Bhajans on https://goo.gl/3AzqAD, to read the blogs and reviews click on Blog/Review. To play your favourite Bollywood Musical games set in the pattern of Bollywood song quizzes check out the new version of the app https://goo.gl/Qyhuof.

Shaan, The Unforgettable Bollywood Playback Hero

Shaan? Haven’t we all grown up watching Shaan as the energetic host of music reality shows like Sa Re Ga Ma Pa? Shantanu Mukherjee, popularly known as Shaan is the grandson of late lyricist Jahar Mukherjee and son of the late music director, Manas Mukherjee. He is one amongst the very few Indian singers to have collaborated with innumerable international singers.

Did you know that he collaborated with ‘Blue’ for the popular song ‘One Love’? Didn’t we all love dancing to ‘One Love’ as kids? He has sung some of our most favourite Bollywood songs till date.

Let’s read about a few of his best songs till date.

Musu Musu (1999)

Musu Musu Hasi

Music: Purna Das Baul Samrat, Shiraz Mehra, Vishal Dadlani

Lyrics: Raj Kaushal, Vishal Dadlani

Singer: Shaan

Remember the song ‘Musu Musu Hasi Deu Malai Lai’? Doesn’t this song make you nostalgic? It takes us back to those carefree childhood days when we could spend endless hours listening to this beautiful song. We simply love the eccentric lyrics by Raj Kaushal and Vishal Dadlani.

Koi Kahe Kehta Rahe (2001)

Koi Kahe Kehta Rahe Party Song

Music: Shankar, Ehsaan, Loy

Lyrics: Javed Akhtar

Singers: Shaan, Shankar Mahadevan, K.K

This one was the most trending party number back in 2001. In those days we didn’t have too many songs from this genre, hence people loved playing this one in all kinds of parties and get-togethers. It was a favourite with the kids and adults alike.

Kuch To Hua Hai (2003)

Shahrukh Khan

Music: Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy
Lyrics: Javed Akhtar
Singers: Alka Yagnik, Shaan
‘Kuch To Hua Hai, Kuch Ho Gaya Hai, Do Chaar Din Se Lagta Hai Jaise’ is an eternal, evergreen love song from ‘Kal Ho Na Ho’ that we have all grown up listening to. Shaan’s voice absolutely fits into Saif Ali Khan’s. The lyrics by Javed Akhtar perfectly describe the feelings of puppy love. Listen to this song on the GaanaP app.

Chand Sifaarish (2006)

Aamir Khan And Kajol

Music: Jatin- Lalit

Lyrics: Prasoon Joshi

Singers: Shaan, Kailash Kher

Can any Bollywood playback singer sing anything better than this? ‘Chaand Sifarish Jo Karta Hamari, Deta Woh Tumko Bata’ is a beautiful serenade in the 2006 romantic drama thriller film ‘Fanaa’ directed by Kunal Kohli & produced by Yash Raj Films. This smooth flowing melody has a rhythmic whistling in between the song. As a listener, you’d surely love to imitate and whistle back. Aamir and Kajol’s perfect chemistry and the catchy/enjoyable music is a perfect stress buster.

Jab Se Tere Naina (2007)

Ranbir Kapoor

Music: Monty Sharma

Lyrics: Sameer Anjaan

Singer: Shaan

There was a time when Shaan was the Arijeet Singh of Bollywood. The way he sang the romantic hits, made us swoon over his songs. His voice texture and singing style turned millions of youngsters into his biggest fan. Are you a fan of Shaan as well? Listen to his songs on the GaanaP app.

Aao Milo Chalo (2007)

Shahid Kapoor

Music: Pritam

Lyrics: Irshad Kamil

Singer: Shaan,Ustad Sultan Khan

‘Ham Jo Chalne Lage, Chalne Lage Hai Ye Raste’, a happy go lucky song from ‘Jab We Met’ brings back heaps of beautiful memories. Shahid and Kareena are seen travelling around a typical Indian countryside. Shaan’s heartwarming voice can woo any lady. Pritam’s composition and Irshad Kamil’s independent lyrics are quite innovative.

Aaj Unse Milna Hai (2015)

Prem Ratan Dhan Payo Salman Khan

Music: Himesh Reshammiya

Lyrics: Irshad Kamil

Singers: Shaan

This song marked Shaan’s comeback after a long long time. It’s a mind-blowing track from the 2015 romantic drama ‘Prem Ratan Dhan Payo’. Salman finds himself all confused as to what he should be gifting the princess. He can’t purchase costly gifts as he isn’t the princess’ real fiance. So he decides to purchase different food items.

Behti Hawa Sa Tha Woh (2009)

3 Idiot Songs

Music: Shantanu Moitra

Lyrics: Swanand Kirkire

Singers: Shaan & Shantanu Moitra

‘Shaan’s voice exudes happy, positive vibes.’ After listening to this song you’ll surely agree with this statement. An extremely peaceful composition by Shantanu Moitra with the music from the flutes and Jal Tarang exuding the positive vibes. The Lyrics by Swanand Kirkire are a masterpiece.

As a child, Shaan started off with his career by singing jingles for advertisements. Then he began to sing remixes and cover versions. Shaan and his sister’s career began when they signed up with Magnasound recording company and recorded a few successful albums, including the hit album Naujawan followed by Q – Funk, which sold a million copies. Whenever Shaan sings, his voice sounds like that of a happy man. Positivity echoes through his singing!

To enjoy the above-mentioned songs, visit https://goo.gl/QCfNwT to read the blogs and reviews click on Blog/Review. To play your favourite Bollywood Musical games set in the pattern of Bollywood song quizzes check out the new version of the app https://goo.gl/Qyhuof