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15 Old Bollywood Songs: Let’s go back to the golden era

15 old Bollywood songs: Let’s go back to the golden era

Old bollywood songs

Music Is the language of Gods.

It’s a quote by Peter Kreeft and I Believe It is true for sure because if by just listening to something you can feel a certain emotion, fear, love, encouragement, motivation and every other emotion I do not think that there is any other thing like the music itself. 

Music does not have any language barrier because if it is pleasing your ears it is music.

A listener to different genres of music, I like to listen to new artists but whenever I really want to feel the power music has I head back to my playlist of heart-melting ear pleasures.

Music should strike fire from the heart of man, and bring tears from the eyes of women.

A quote by the world’s greatest composer Beethoven. 

Bollywood as an Industry is producing music from a very old time through movies where they try to tell the situation through the words written by lyricists.

As every industry has Bollywood has also some gemstones throughout the decades till now.

This list is a compilation of those evergreen songs.


Old Bollywood songs #1: O Mere Dil Ke Chain 

O mere, Dil ke chain

O mere, Dil ke chain

Chain aaye mere dil ko duaa kijiye.

A song from the movie Mere Jeevan Sathi sung by the legendary Kishore Kumar lyrics by Majrooh Sultanpuri. I am no one to explain this song to you because I have a belief that understanding lyrics is subjective, some people interpret lyrics differently and some think about it differently.

 But this song is a very pleading song with the voice of Mr. Kishore Kumar and very soothing music.

Old Bollywood songs #2: Main Pal Do Pal Ka Shayar Hoon

Main pal do pal ka shayar hoon

Pal do pal meri kahani hai

Pal do pal meri hasti hai

Pal do pal meri jawani hai

A Very Self Explanatory Still A Very Relatable Song In the movie named as Kabhie Kabhie  Lyrics by the legendary Sahir Ludhianvi Music by Khayyam sung by a singer named Mukesh. 

The Conscious thought you will die someday someone else will come and take your place is a very hurting thought this is the thought the writer tries to convey to us.

Old bollywood songs #3: Likhe Jo Khat Tujhe 

Likhe jo khat tujhe

Woh teri yaad mein

Hazaaron rang ke

Nazaare ban gaye

Writing a letter to the person you love is a feeling which the children of today’s era will never be able to understand that way to write your feeling on a paper and trying to convey how you see your loved one is a thing maybe I would like to do someday. 

From the movie named Kanyadaan sung by the legendary Mohammad Rafi under the label Saregama 

As I said, a gemstone of an era.

Old bollywood songs #4: Ek Ladki Bheegi Bhaagi Si

Ek ladki bheegi bhaagi si

Šoti raaton mein jaagi si

Mili ek ajnabi se

Koi aage na peeche

Tum hi kaho ye koi baat hai

From a movie named Chalti Ka Naam Gaadi talking about a stranger girl meeting with a stranger guy. 

Sung by Kishore Kumar Music by S.D. Burman lyrics by Majrooh Sultanpuri

Old Bollywood songs #4: Kabhi Kabhi Aditi 

Kabhi kabhi aditi zindagi mein yunhi koi apna lagta hai

Kabhi kabhi aditi wo bichad jaaye toh ek sapna lagta hai

A Song from 2008 from a movie named Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na Lyrics by Abbas Tyrewala sung by Rashid Ali and music by A.R Rehman.

Old bollywood songs #5: Gulabi Ankhen

Gulabi aankhen jo teri dekhi sharabi yeh dil ho gaya

Sambhalo mujhko o mere yaaron sambhalna mushkil ho gaya

You will hardly find a person who has not heard this song in their entire life like this one song is the goto song for every proposal we ever encounter.

Gulabi Aankhein a song from a movie named The Train Sung by Mohammad Rafi and Music by R.D Burman two talented gods of their time and they surely have made what we expected from them.

Old Bollywood songs #7: Lag Ja Gale

 Lag Ja Gale Ki Phir

ye Hasin Raat Ho Na Ho

Shayad Phir Is Janam Mein

Mulakat Ho Na Ho

 The Last Meeting is the worst feeling we can ever feel seeing her for the last where you want time to stop at the time it is or better destroy the whole concept of time so I don’t have to leave her and never meet again. I don’t think there can be any other song that can communicate this feeling better than anyone.

Lag Ja Gale is a song from the movie name as Woh Kaun Thi. Sung by one of the Remarkable Female singers Lata Mangeshkar Music by Madan Mohan Lyrics by Raja Mehndi Ali Khan. 

Old Bollywood songs #8: Chahunga Main Tujhe


Chahoonga Main Tujhe Saanjh Sawere

Phir Bhi Kabhi Ab Naam Ko Tere

Awaaz Main Na Doonga…

Love is not the only emotion music makes us feel there is something also called friendship and this song from the Movie named Dosti communicates this feeling very well sung by Mohammad Rafi Lyrics by Majrooh Sultanpuri music director Laxmikant-Pyarelal.

Old Bollywood songs #9: Do Pal

Do Pal Ruka Khwabon Ka Karvan

Aur Phir Chal Diyeh Tum Kahan Hum Kahaan

Do Pal Ki Thi Yeh Dilon Ki Daastaan

Aur Phir Chal Diyeh Tum Kahaan Hum Kahaan

A movie everyone must have seen at least once in their life and it has affected their thinking for their whole life named as Veer Zara sung by Lata Mangeshkar And Sonu Nigam lyrics written by Javed Akhtar 

Music label ((Madan Mohan)YRF.

Old Bollywood songs #10: Luka Chuppi

Luka Chuppi Bahut Huyi Saamne Aa Ja Naa

Kahan Kahan Dhoondha Tujhe

Thak Gayi Hai Ab Teri Maa

A song from the movie named Rang De Basanti written by Javed Akhtar performed by Lata Mangeshkar and A.R. Rehman, in which a conversation between a mother and son who she is not able to find for some time.

Old Bollywood songs #11:Tu Hi Haqeeqat

Tu Hi Haqeeaqat

Khawab Tu

Dariya Tu Hi

Pyaas Tu 

A song from the movie Tum Mile sung by  Javed Ali, Irfan Ashraf & Shadab music director Pritam lyrics by  Kumaar and Sayeed Quadri.

Old Bollywood songs #12: Tere Bina

Tere bina beswaadi beswaadi ratiyaan, oh sajna

This song is from the movie named Guru which came in 2007 was based on financial fraud done by a guy. Starring Abhishek Bachchan and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, sung by A.R. Rehman and Chinmayi Sripada.

Old Bollywood Songs #13: Dhoom Again

Dhoom Machaale Dhoom Machale Dhoom… 

The song can easily make someone jump off their chairs and dance so it is one of those gemstones from the movie Dhoom 2 sung by Vishal Dadlani & Dominique Cerejo Music by Pritam.

Old Bollywood songs #14: Tum Tak

O.. meri har manmaani bas Tum tak

Baatein bachkani bas tum tak

Surely the best representation of audio and video the way video is shot syncs inside your heart the beauty of Varanasi. From the movie Ranjhanaa starring Dhanush and Sonam Kapoor.

Sung by Javed Ali and Music by A.R. Rehman lyrics by Irshad Kamil. 

Old Bollywood songs #15: Banarasiya 

Rang mein bhang ya bhang mein rang

Banarasiya.. haaye banarasiya..

A song talking about Lord Shiva throughout the whole song with a very subtle sense of love and admiration.From the movie Ranjhanaa sung by Shreya Ghosal music by A.R.  Rehman lyrics by Irshad Kamil. 

Hope you guys enjoy these amazing evergreen hits. Did any of these bring back some old memories to you? Let us know in the comment section down below. Until then, stay safe!

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Rajveer Chauhan
A Person Trying To Understand the world with learning and using the knowledge we have. Believe In Karma.



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