Best Songs of Sukhwinder Singh Which Most of Us Love
He is known as the powerhouse of the music industry with his addictive voice and he has sung many numbers which have become chartbusters. Most of us remember his songs like anything.
On the occasion of his birthday, let’s check out some of his songs right below:
1. Chaiyya Chaiyya: The first collaboration with the legendary AR Rahman for Mani Ratnam’s film Dil Se…. was this song. This song is not only famous for SRK’s train dance but the pulsating beats are so powerful that you will feel like listening it to it once again. Owing to the success, the song was featured in a Hollywood flick called Inside Man and was added in AR Rahman’s Broadway Musical called Bombay Dreams.
2. Jai Ho: The song from the internationally acclaimed film Slumdog Millionaire was not only popular with the international audience, it has become a “must-keep” for every every music lover in our country. The song made Sukhi internationally famous along with AR Rahman and the renowned lyricist Gulzar.
3. Lagan Lagi: Most of us went gaga over Salman Khan’s unusual and very weird hairstyle in Tere Naam, but this song was the main highlight of the movie and it captured the intensity of the protagonist beautifully.
4. Chak De India: The only song from Chak De India which is the most patriotic of them all, the song has become another anthem for our country. If you listen to it once, you will feel like listening to it over and over again. The song was officially played at the T20 world cup in 2007 when India won the finals against Pakistan.
5. Haule Haule: A pretty breezy song from the film Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi which was one of the first songs to top the charts in the Apple iTunes site on the time of its release. The song is played most of the time on repeat even now.
6. Dard-E-Disco: The only song of Shahrukh Khan in Om Shanti Om which was not only famous for SRK’s chiseled abs but the force which Sukhi is added is worth commendable in this song.
7. Dhan Te Nan: The only song from Kaminey which is a huge rage to most of the youngsters out there is from this film. The way Gulzar has written the lyrics and the rendition by Sukhwinder and Vishal Dadlani keeps the energy to the top.
8. Sultan: The only driving force of the film Sultan is the title song which keeps the intensity and the energy ongoing and the moment you hear the song is over, you feel motivated and born ready to fight the battle.
9. Kar Har Maidan Fateh: The song from Ranbir Kapoor’s blockbuster film Sanju captured the pain and struggle which Sanjay Dutt underwent throughout his life and this was just perfect to match the theme of the film.
10. Hud Hud Dabangg: The song which was the driving force of Salman Khan’s film Dabangg and the iconic hook step which most of the kids of all ages have been doing it even now. All thanks to the song which made it possible.
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