Amidst the pool of beautiful songs in Bollywood, here are some underappreciated gems that deserved better.

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Adhoore Tum, Adhoore Hum

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This one is from the movie break ke baad with the heartthrob of 2000’s Imran khan. It has such cute lyrics and the music makes up your mood INSTANTLY. Music by Vishal-Shekhar. Vocals by Vishal Dadlani & Alyssa Mendonca. I know you haven’t listened to it in ages, jao suno chalo!

Abhi Kuch Dino Se

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From the movie Dil toh baccha hai ji, this one is a) sung by the gem Mohit Chauhan b) Emraan Hashmi film so you know it’s banger obv. People have literally forgotten this one because the movie wasn’t a hit but IT’S so good. Pls to listen.

Gubbare

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If there’s one song that can make me smile regardless of what mood I’m in, it’s this one. Sung by Amit Trivedi, Shilpa Rao, Nikhil D’Souza, this song is the music representation of having butterflies in your stomach. BEST.

 

Pakeezah

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From the movie Ungli, pakeezah will give you little goosebumps while listening because the music is so light and just like the literal meaning of Pakeezah, it’s so “pure” <3

Tumse hi Tumse

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A song you’d want to dance to at night alone in your room when your crush replies to your texts. A+ music, props to Vishal Dadlani and Shekhar Ravjiani.

Ghar

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Exactly gives you the feels of what the song is named after, it feels like home. Sung by Nikhita Gandhi and Mohit Chauhan, what else could we expect?

Hey ya!

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Yes, we know Uff Teri Ada from Karthik Calling Karthik is the best but it also had this really cute, underrated gem. Watch the video and cry cuz you don’t have someone to paint walls with.

Ye tumhari meri baatein

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Rock On album had so many bangers that this one just didn’t get the appreciation it deserved. It’s a must have in your playlist – you, a cup of warm tea, heavy rains and this song in the bg, perfect. Sung by Dominique Cerejo, music by holy trinity of Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy. Ah, perfection.