Top 10 Most Emotional Bollywood Songs

Top 10 Most Emotional Bollywood Songs Hindi Article

Want to listen to some heart-touching, soulful songs; then you are at the right place. We bring you the most emotional songs of all times (Hindi).

1. Abhi Mujhme Kahin

This beautiful song is decorated with the voice the voice of Sonu Nigam for the movie ' Agneepath', starring Hrithik Roshan. This song is gentle, contemplative, mellow and has the genius of Sonu Nigam and Amitabh Bhattacharya (lyricist). Sonu himself considers this song as one of his finest works. This song is bound to give you goose bumps. This song has won many awards like the best song and the best vocalist in 2012 Mirchi Music Awards and also the best lyrics in 14th IIFA award.

2. Tanhayee

This song will surely give you goose bumps. Sonu Nigam rules it again, showing his master-class in this song. This song is considered as one of the best sad song. This song was featured in the movie Dil Chahta Hai, and was written by Javed Akhtar and was composed by Shankar Ehsaan Loy. This song shows the condition faced by a lover after being betrayed. It shows his loneliness in a very powerful manner.

3. Maa

This song personally gives me goose bumps whenever I hear this. Wherever I am, whatever time it is, I start missing my mother and it makes me emotional. This song is considered as one of the best Hindi song written for mothers and is beautifully sung by Shankar Mahadevan. It says that “Tujhe Sab Hai Pata, Meri Maa” i.e. you know everything, I never tell but I care for you, I never show but I am afraid of dark, and you know everything.

4. Tadap-Tadap Ke

This song was in the famous movie, Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam, starring Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Ajay Devgan. It beautifully depicts the condition of a broken heart in love. The emotions and feelings erupting out of this song, makes it very powerful. This song was sung by 'KK' and written by ' Sameer'.

5. Sun Raha Hai Na Tu

This song is considered as one of the best love song of the decade. It was sung by Ankit Tiwary and Shreya Ghoshal for the movie ' Aashiqui 2'. The song title means, Are you listening? I am weeping! The song flows through beautiful sound variations and brings out the quality of the singers. This song was loved a lot by the people and became very popular.

6. Tujhe Bhula Diya

I’ve forgotten you, then why your memories make me cry? The song beautifully expresses the feelings of a lover for his lover in which he says he is trying to forget about her, but it is not easy as he has got many beautiful memories with her. This song was sung by Mohit Chauhan for the movie, Anjaana Anjaani.

7. Kal Ho Naa Ho

This song beautifully presents you the beauty of the present moment. It tells you and makes you think about the moment you are living in, that each second is changing lives and faces, sometimes it’s the shade of what is life whereas sometimes it is scorching heat of the death. It tells you to live in the moment because you don’t know what it will be tomorrow. This song is in the movie Kal Ho Naa Ho, starring Shah Rukh Khan and the singer is Sonu Nigam.

8. Yaad Teri Ayegi

This song is a masterpiece given by Mohammed Rafi for the movie Ek Jaan Hain Hum. It tells about the memories which make it difficult to live; the separation of the lovers makes it very hard to live. It concludes by saying that they are one, even though the body is separate. This song is also featured in the movie Gangs Of Wasseypur 2.

9. Tere Jaisa Yaar Kahan

If your friend is upset with you, then just sing him this song, it is bound to bring a smile on his face. This song is considered as one of the best friendship song and is vastly used in occasions where friendship is involved. This song was sung by Kishore Kumar for the movie ' Yaraana'.

10. Chingaari Koi Bhadke 

Rain extinguishes the flame, but if the rain causes the fire (memories connected to rain), then who would stop it? The entire song dwells between such beautiful comparisons and makes you think about it and love it. This masterpiece has the voice of Kishore Kumar for the 1972 movie, Amar Prem, and the music director was RD Burman.