Bollywood and music have been in the veins of every Indian that has ever been born in the 90s. Bollywood saw a massive rise among its fans as the industry became as huge as ever. One of the most significant contributors to this was songs. Songs in the ’90s had a different vibe. The era of Mithun Chakraborty disco dancers was just at the end, and Govinda’s a street dancer style. New talent flourished in the acting and music industry of Bollywood that became the heartthrob of men and women, and sometimes songs were considered more important than the plot of the movie. That’s what is the craze in the Bollywood songs.
SO HERE IS THE LIST OF TOP 10 SONGS EVERY INDIAN MUST LISTEN TO.
Pehla Nasha | Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar
While remembering 90s Bollywood songs, how can one forget Udit Narayan? From subtle lyrics to spellbinding music, sadhana, and Udit’s voice, this song has everything to live rent-free in our hearts. The freshness of first love and the comfort of an old one.
Ek ladki ko dekha to aisa laga | 1942: A love story
This beautiful song of 90s Bollywood by RD Burman and Kumar Sanu has been a love anthem since then. Many remakes have been made but couldn’t reach the perfection of the original one. The song was released in 1994 and has won many awards for its beautiful composition and impeccable lyrics. When you have no words to define your crush, just play this song as it says it all.
Aankhon ki Gustakhiyan | Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam
This masterpiece by Kumar Sanu and Kavita Krishnamurthy is an all-time favorite and still has a place in our playlist. The video features an iconic duo-Salman khan and Aishwarya rai showing how the playfulness of Aishwarya took Salman’s heart away with her. The song’s success led to the massive popularity of Aishwarya, taking her forward in her career.
Tujhe Dekha To Ye Jaana Sanam | Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge
Does this song or the movie need any words to describe it? This classic gem by Kumar Sanu and lata Mangeshkar was released in 1995. Indians have learned to fall in love after seeing Kajol and Shahrukh’s chemistry. There isn’t anything new to say about the song or the movie that already hasn’t been said. The song has crossed over 25 years but still holds a massive place in our hearts.
Ek Pal ka Jeena | Kaho Na Pyaar Hai
This magical song by Lucky Ali is the perfect example of the 90s Hindi pop era. The video is as flawless as the song starring Hritik Roshan, who gave us the iconic hook step, making the song even more popular and memorable in the 90s Bollywood music.
Chaiyya Chaiyya | Dil Se
This one from the blockbuster border hit straight to the heart. The song gained popularity because of its hypnotic music that will make you dance at any moment and, of course, the music video. The video featured Malaika Arora and Shahrukh khan traveling on a train. No doubt Shahrukh was the most demanding actor back in the 90s. Still, after the release of this song, everyone was secretly crushing over Malaika. This gave another hook step to remember 90s Bollywood music which will be remembered forever by the music lovers.
Dheere Dheere se Meri Zindagi Mein Aana | Aashiqui
Another memorable song from the 90s Bollywood music, Dheere Dheere Se meri Zindagi mein aana, sung by Kumar Sanu, is from the movie Aashiqui. The gentle music, pleasant lyrics, and Kumar Sanu’s voice made this song a classic gem. This is one of the songs that has been remade, but none could eclipse the beauty of the original one. Kumar Sanu has given nothing but masterpieces to the Hindi music industry, and this is one of them.
Ae Kash ke Hum | Kabhi Haan Kabhi Na
Another unforgettable song of 90s Bollywood starring Shahrukh. This song was loved for its pleasant music and spellbinding lyrics-Ae kash ke hum hosh mein ab aane na paaye.
(I hope that I never regain my consciousness.)
And I’ll keep on singing songs of your love). These lines hit the hearts of Hindi music lovers and made the song a gem of 90s Bollywood music.
Koi Mil Gaya | Kuch Kuch Hota Hai
The perfect combination of Shahrukh khan and Kajol made this an exceptional one. The video featured the trio of Shahrukh, Kajol, and Rani Mukherjee. The song was released in 1998 and has been a brilliant example of Hindi pop music. Even after crossing for more than 20 years, the song has been loved the same by Hindi music lovers.
Tip Tip Barsa Paani | Mohra
Mohra was undoubtedly a great movie, but the popularity that this song created was something else. This sensuous masterpiece features the most iconic duos- Raveena Tandon, Akshay Kumar, and Udit Narayan, Alka Yagnik. If you’re a pluviophile, your playlist is incomplete without this gem. This is one of the most unforgettable songs of 90s Bollywood music and still gives the same vibes to the lovers of Hindi music.