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Wake Up Sid (2009) - Iktara (Male Version) | इकतारा | Tochi Raina

Amit Trivedi is such a genius. He only got the chance to compose only one song for this movie and he composed it so beautifully that all other good song of movie just can't stand in front of this. I like the female version also but this male version of this song is just AWESOME!!!

Green Day - Holiday | Album - American Idiot (2004)


The song has been featured in the 2006 comedy film, Accepted, and has also been used as the goal song by the Vancouver Canucks in the NHL. Green day and that car used in this video also have something special together. If you realise in the end they reach to the destination from where their most famous song Boulevard Of Broken Dreams starts.

Mere Humdum Mere Dost (1968) - Na Jaa, Kahin Ab Na Jaa | न जा, कहीं अब न जा | Mohammad Rafi

Enjoy this melodious song from the superhit movie Mere Humdum Mere Dost of 1968. The film is directed by Amar Kumar and produced by Kewal Kumar under the production banner Kawaljit Productions.

Lootera (2013) - Ankahee | अनकही | Amitabh Bhattacharya


This album is one of the finest work by Amit Trivedi after Dev.D. I love each and every song of this movie. Every word penned by Amitabh is just hit chord of our heart and melt in it. This song also sung by Amitabh so its even more special to him. The story of movie is beautiful and such music just added jewel to these love stories.

Colbie Caillat - Bubbly | Album - Coco (2007)

This song is from Colbie Caillat debut album Coco (2007). Written by herself and Jason Reeves. It remains Caillat's biggest hit in the US to date, and her only single to reach the top ten of the Billboard Hot 100.

Julie (1975) - Dil Kya Kare Jab Kisi Ko | दिल क्या करे जब किसी को | Kishore Kumar

Julie was a musical hit, with award winning music by Rajesh Roshan which won him the Filmfare Award for the year 1975. It had one of the first English language songs in an Indian film - "My Heart is Beating", sung by Preeti Sagar. It is a rare Hindi film based around an Anglo-Indian family. It is a remake of a Malayalam hit film titled Chattakari (1974), which also starred Laxmi Narayan. She would star in yet another remake, the Telugu film Miss Julie Prema Katha (1975).

Talaash (2012) - Jiya Lage Na | जिया लागे ना | Sona Mohapatra | Ravindra Upadhyay

This is one of those song which you can hear many times without getting bore. I love this song because of its amazing lyrics, fabulous singing and awesome collaboration of classic music and western music. Ram Sampat has done a fabulous job by creating such soulful tune and Sona has justified it completely. 

Enrique Iglesias - Somebody's Me | Album - Insomniac (2007)

“Trying to forget really doesn't work. In fact, it's pretty much the same as remembering. But I tried to forget anyway, and to ignore the fact that I was remembering you all the time.” 
― Rebecca Stead

Saathiya (2002) - Naina Milai Ke | नैना मिलाय के | Sadhna Sargam | Madhushree

The quality of A.R.Rahman is that he leaves his own signature style to everything he is create and that is UNIQUENESS. If you heard this song you may have realized that how amazingly it is different from other Lady Sangeet or Wedding songs. This is just unique and use of Dholak is superb. Lyrics of Gulzar Saab is no need to say adding value to the song and voice of Sadhana Sargam and Madhushree seems one only few times and that is the only because of A.R.Rahman. Enjoy this beautiful song and share your views in comment box. Thanks!

Travis - Why does it always rain on me? | Album - The Man Who (1999)

The song was written by frontman Fran Healy who wrote the song while on holiday in Israel. He wanted to go somewhere sunny because in his hometown of Glasgow it rained all the time. When Travis started to perform this song at the 1999 Glastonbury Festival, after being sunny for several hours, it began to rain exactly when the first line was sung.

Dil Se (1998) - Chaiyya Chaiyya | छैय्याँ छैय्याँ | Sukhwinder Singh | Sapna Awasthi

The Hindi version of the song is called "Chaiyya Chaiyya", while the Tamil version is called "Thaiyya Thaiyya". In 2002, ‏the BBC World Service conducted an international poll to choose the ten most popular songs of all time. Around 7000 songs were selected from all over the world. According to the BBC, people from 155 countries voted "Chaiyya Chaiyya" ninth in the top 10 songs.

Jagjit Singh - Zindgi Kya Hai Janne Ke Liye | ज़िंदगी क्या है जानने के लिये | Album - Koi Baat Chale (2006)

Jagjit ji, A great singer with a great voice, he can take a person to a different world of ecstasy.really unreplaceable. Same goes for Gulzar saab, with his words he take you to the world which makes you say WAAH!!. When these two legends meet its for sure that something going to come out Marvelous. And Indeed it is. This is one of my most favorite Ghazal of this combo. Words are magical and that velvet voice just makes you to listen it again and again.

Ghar (1978) - Phir Wahi Raat Hai | फिर वही रात है | Kishore Kumar


The magic is when three magicians (Pancham, Gulzar & Kishore Da) meets and create an illusion of songs which fascinated, fascinating and will fascinate every generation. The start of the song in which Kishore Da humming the first line is make you realize that you are going to have wonderful 3 minutes ahead.

Michael Jackson - Billie Jean | Album - Thriller (1982)

It is from the album Thriller (1982). The song was mixed 91 times by audio engineer Bruce Swedien before it was finalized. "Billie Jean" was one of the best-selling singles of 1983 and is one of the best-selling singles worldwide. Rolling Stone magazine placed "Billie Jean" in the 58th spot on its list of The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time. Awarded numerous honors — including two Grammy Awards, one American Music Award and an induction into the Music Video Producers Hall of Fame. 

Mere Sanam (1965) - Pukarata Chala Hoon Main | पुकारता चला हूँ मैं | Mohammad Rafi

This is one of those songs which I am hearing from my childhood and never gets bored listen such songs. This kind of melody going to sings and enjoy by people of every generation. In Mumbai people who travel by Local Trains pass the time by singing old melodious song. I heard this song once singing by few passenger and It was like whole compartment was enjoying that song. Each and everyone humming this song and it was so beautiful. This is the magic of music of O. P. Nayyar who always created such melody which are still fresh after so many decades. And not to mention that flawless singing by Legend Rafi Sahab makes this song more memorable.

The Train (1970) - Gulaabi Aankhe Jo Teri Dekhi | गुलाबी आँखें जो तेरी देखी | Mohammad Rafi

This movie The Train (1970) is the remake of the Tamil movie 'Neelagiri Express' released in 1968 starring actor Jaishankar in famous C.I.D.Shankar role, which was also the remake of the Malayalam movie Cochin Express released in 1967 starring Prem Nazir. This song is the most famous song of the 1970 year. Amazing music of Pancham Da, fabulous lyrics of Anand Bakshi and Awesome singing by Legend Rafi Sahab makes this song immortal. Enjoy this famous song and share your view and comments. I would appreciate if you avoid to comment on MAGICAL DANCE by Kaka. Thanks! :D

Teesri Mazil (1966) - Tumne Mujhe Dekha | तुमने मुझे देखा | Mohammad Rafi

Teesri Manzil had six songs, all of which were written by Majrooh Sultanpuri, and sung by Mohammed Rafi. Four of these were duets with Asha Bhosle, whom Burman later married. This was the First Hit Musical by R. D. Burman. Burman gave credit to lyricist Majrooh Sultanpuri for recommending him to Nasir Hussain (producer), the producer and writer of the film. Vijay Anand (Director) also said that he had arranged a music session for Burman before Nasir Hussain. 

Buddha Mil Gaya (1971) - Aayo Kahan Se Ghanshyam | आयो कहाँ से घनश्याम | Manna Dey

This fabulous classical song based on Raag Khamaz is sung by Legendary singer Manna Dey. Only last line is sing by Archana. This amazing composition has been done by none other than genius musician Pancham Da. I think picturization on Om Prakash make this song also popular because of his effortless acting on the song and amazing expression. In movie this song is bits and pieces as Om Prakash used to sing it whenever he comes back after doing a murder as suspected by lead actor Navin Nischal. Anyways, enjoy this amazing song and share you views in comment box below. Thanks!

Bob Dylan - Like a Rolling Stone | Album - Highway 61 Revisited (1965)

The track has been described as revolutionary in its combination of different musical elements, the youthful, cynical sound of Dylan's voice, and the directness of the question in the chorus: "How does it feel?". "Like a Rolling Stone" transformed Dylan's career and is today considered one of the most influential compositions in post-war popular music and has since its release been both a music industry and popular culture milestone which elevated Dylan's image to iconic. The song has been covered by numerous artists, varying from The Jimi Hendrix Experience and The Rolling Stones to The Wailers and Green Day. (Source : Wikipedia)

Paap (2004) - Laagi Tumse Man Ki Lagan | लागी तुमसे मन की लगन | Rahat Fateh Ali Khan

This is one of those few songs which you would love to listen even after 50-100 years like we used to listen amazing classic songs of 60's & 70's era of bollywood till date. This was the first debut song of Rahat Fateh Ali Khan in bollywood. He has sung so many awesome songs but this is still my most favorite of him. It just the BEST!

Loafer 1973) - Aaj Mausam Bada Beimaan Hai | आज मौसम बड़ा बेईमान हैं | Mohammad Rafi

Undisputed masterpiece. Just superb... Awesome scenery, breathtaking Mumtaz and mesmerizing vocals by Rafi Saheb. Makes life good again every time I watch this video. There is a beautiful innocence about this song and the era in general. I guess things are different these days. Never get tired of listening to this beautiful song. One of the greatest gems in Indian film music.

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