Dedicate These Bollywood Songs To Someone Special

There are times when you can’t express your emotions in mere words. Whenever a situation arises where words fail, music is always there to help you out. You might not have words to express your special someone’s beauty, but you can always dedicate Hindi Film Songs written in the form of Ode’s praising the beauty of gorgeous women.

Here are a few Bollywood Melodies glorifying the alluring beauty of the leading ladies but you can dedicate them to your girlfriend or wife as well.

1. Main Agar Kahoon


Music: Vishal-Shekhar

Lyrics: Vishal Dadlani, Javed Akhtar, Kumaar

Singers: Sonu Nigam, Shreya Ghoshal

Om Shanti Om, the 2007 blockbuster which was co-written, choreographed and directed by Farah Khan, had Shahrukh Khan and Deepika Padukone playing the lead roles. It was Deepika’s debut film which led the way to her stardom. This track begins with Deepika confessing her guilt to Shahrukh as she gifts him a beautiful showpiece in the form of a glass globe with a dancing couple doll inside. The entire music video provides spectacular visuals as both Shahrukh and Deepika dress up in different costumes, at times you’ll get to witness a reel from an old film where they dress up as yesteryear actors whereas at times they dress up like the dancing dolls inside the globular showpiece. You’ll love the lyrics to this soul-stirring track describing the girl’s matchless beauty which cannot be compared to anything in the universe.

2. Chaudhvin Ka Chand Ho


Music: Ravi

Lyrics: Shakeel Badayuni

Singers: Mohammed Rafi

This is a song from the commercially successful film of the same name released in the year 1960. ‘Chaudhvin Ka Chand Ho Ya Aftaab Ho, Jo Bhi Ho Tum Khuda Ki Kasam Lajawab Ho’ is the title track of Chaudhvin Ka Chand directed by Mohammed Sadiq and produced by Guru Dutt. In the movie, it is Guru Dutt playing the role of Aslam who dedicates this euphonious melody to Waheeda Rehman playing Jameela.

3. Saathiya


Music: A.R Rahman

Lyrics: Gulzar

Singer: Sonu Nigam

‘Hansti Rahe Tu Hansti Rahe, Haya Ki Laali Khilti Rahe’ topped all the Music Charts back in 2002, 2003. A track from the 2002 Indian Hindi Romantic drama Saathiya directed by Shaad Ali and produced by Yash Chopra & Mani Ratnam under the banner of Yash Raj Films, the track ‘Saathiya’ has a pleasing and catchy tune. The film stars Rani Mukherjee opposite Vivek Oberoi in the lead role and the song showcases a typical Bollywood number shot around exotic locales with the lead stars dressed up in synchronized costumes. Aditya (Vivek Oberoi) dedicates this enchanting song to his wife Suhani (Rani Mukherjee).

4. Chehra Hai Ya Chaand Khila Hai


Music: R.D Burman

Lyrics: Javed Akhtar

Singer: Kishore Kumar

Every guy would love dedicating this track to his girlfriend. It’s an evergreen melody which casts an eternal spell over our hearts. In the 1985 movie Saagar starring Rishi Kapoor and Dimple Kapadia, Rishi Kapoor performs this song with his entire band at Dimple Kapadia’s little Restaurant by the sea. Ravi (Rishi Kapoor) sings this soothing and heart touching number in praise of Mona’s (Dimple Kapadia’s) beauty. When Kishore Kumar and R.D Burman are together, musical magic is sure to happen, so this track won’t disappoint you in the least bit.

5. Mere Rashke Qamar


Music: Tanishk Bagchi

Lyrics: Manoj Muntashir

Singer: Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, Rahat Fateh Ali Khan

This one’s a remake of the popular Qawwali ‘Mere Rashke Qamar’ by Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan. The music for this version was recreated by Tanishk Bagchi and Qawwali sensation Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan’s son Rahat Fateh Ali Khan took this new version to an entirely different level. It could be heard in the recent Bollywood movie Baadshaho which vaguely depicts the 1975-77 emergency era. ‘Mere Rashke Qamar’ is dedicated to the beauty of a damsel who puts even the gorgeous full moon to shame.

6. Gulaabi Aankhen Jo Teri Dekhi


Music: R.D Burman

Lyrics: Anand Bakshi

Singer: Mohammed Rafi

Who hasn’t heard of ‘Gulabi Aankhein Jo Teri Dekhi Sharaabi Yeh Dil Ho Gaya’? This catchy number is still a super-hit and people love it as much as they loved it back in 1970. It is originally from the 1970 movie Train starring Rajesh Khanna and Nanda but many other singers and bands have their own versions of it, including Atif Aslam and Sanam. If you still haven’t heard this sensational track, then do give it a try.

Don’t forget to make your special someone listen to all the above-mentioned songs. You might even jot down the lyrics on little chits of paper and hide them in-between the pages of books and magazines to give little surprises. To enjoy these Bollywood songs anytime, anywhere click, to play Bollywood Musical games or to read the blogs and reviews visit GaanaP and download the App now!

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