If you think about Bollywood music from the last decade, the first thing that comes to one's mind is the endless bombardment of tasteless remixes and item numbers. There have been songs which can be forgotten as they are composed purely for commercial purposes. But if one rises up from the remix culture, there are few songs and albums that music directors from the Hindi film world have delivered every year. Keeping that in mind, we curated the top songs from a list of 53 films which released in the last decade. These songs have stood the test of time and have remained audience's favourite for a long time. The list is void of any pop song or item numbers, and these are songs with purely good music paired with impressive writing. Even today, songs from these albums have been playing regularly, at different occasions.
Romantic Bride & Groom Dance Songs
Bachelorettes, weddings, sangeet, birthday parties, or even a night out - we cannot imagine our life without crooning to hit Bollywood numbers. Not just party songs, there are so many beautifully composed romantic songs that top the charts and sad songs that make a car ride of a rainy day just a tad bit dramatic. This song is quite unique to what usually Badshah has to offer and that is why we cannot stop playing it on loop. Watch it here. Do you remember the original version of Dus Bahane from the film, Dus? Well, this song is a newer version, 2. Like the original one, this version also has a hook step that you will get addicted to.
Latest Bollywood Sad Songs
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Did you miss the Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy sound from the s? The most fascinating aspect of this slow romantic number from Panipat is the operatic instrumental piece that runs in the background throughout. While adding a larger-than-life aura to the song, the piece goes on to get further robust as it progresses; then it pauses, allowing the singers to put their vocals to great use. The dramatic chorus portion is quite the icing on the cake.