Hum Dono (1961) - Abhi Na Jao Chhodkar Ki Dil Abhi Bhara Nahi | अभी ना जाओ छोड़कर | Mohd. Rafi | Asha Bhosle

This romantic track from classic movie Hum Dono (1961) in voice of legendary Rafi Sahab & Asha Bhosle is still the top track which comes to our mind when we want to stop someone special from going. Lyrics of this magical duet song written by acclaimed poet Sahir Ludhianvi and music given by maestro Jaidev. The beauty of Sadhna and expressions of Dev Anand add more magic to this wonderful song.

Plain White T's - Rhythm of Love | Album - Wonders of the Younger (2010)

“The same stream of life that runs through my veins night and day runs through the world and dances in rhythmic measures. It is the same life that shoots in joy through the dust of the earth in numberless blades of grass and breaks into tumultuous waves of leaves and flowers.”
Rabindranath Tagore

Prem Nagar (1974) - Yeh Laal Rang Kab Mujhe Chhodega | ये लाल रंग कब मुझे छोड़ेगा | Kishore Kumar

This is one of the many evergreen songs that Kishore Kumar sang for Rajesh Khanna. The music of the film given by legendary S.D.Burman. Among all other song of the film this one is particularly is most memorable song from the movie. The producer D. Ramanaidu made the same film in three languages. Telugu was the original version which was made as Prem Nagar released in 1971. Later in 1972 The Tamil remake was Vasantha Maligai released.

Wiz Khalifa - See You Again ft. Charlie Puth (2015)

This track was created to give tribute to Fast & Furious star late Paul Walker. The track was written by DJ Frank E, Puth, Khalifa, and Andrew Cedar. This song was a huge success.  It has peaked at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 for 12 non-consecutive weeks, tying for the longest-running rap number-one hit in the country, and in the United Kingdom on the UK Singles Chart for two consecutive weeks. 

Anurodh (1977) - Mere Dil Ne Tadap Ke Jab Naam Tera Pukara | मेरे दिल ने तड़प के जब नाम तेरा पुकारा | Kishore Kumar

This superhit film Anurodh (1977) of Rajesh Khanna was based on the 1963 Bengali film Deya Neya, produced by Girija Samanta and directed by Shakti Samanta. Music of the film was a huge success given by the duo Laxmikant Pyarelal. Pyarelal quoted in an interview "Rajesh Khanna had great interest in music and a terrific sense of melody too. His music is dominated by Pancham (R.D.Burman) and us and we accepted Shakti Samanta’s Anurodh only because Rajesh Khanna had had some misunderstanding with Pancham then and did not want to work with him." (Source:Wikipedia)