2017 Looking Back: By The Ear
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2017 might have been a lifeless year for Bollywood releases though it really wasn’t a same for a Hindi strain industry. From foot-tapping dance numbers to soulful regretful tracks, B-town’s singers gave us a sip of everything. Among a tip singers for a year were a regulars like AR Rahman, Atif Aslam, Arijit Singh though even new voices like Akhil Sachdeva and Parineeti Chopra gained recognition.
While a best songs of a year are majorly dominated by regretful numbers like “Ban Ja Rani” from Tumhari Sulu, “Humsafar” from Badrinath Ki Dulhani, “Nazm Nazm” from Bareilly Ki Barfi, even eager numbers such as “Sweety Tera Drama” from Bareilly Ki Barfi also find place in a list.
Here’s a best of 2017 playlist, specifically curated for we to rewind by a year (in no sold order).
Ban Ja Rani – Guru Randhawa
Guru Randhawa’s lane from Tumhari Sulu has been picturized on Vidya Balan and Manav Kaul. It is stoical by Randhawa and Rajat Nagpal and uttered by Randhawa himself. While Randhawa already has hits like “Suit Suit” and “High Rated Gabru” to his credit, “Ban Ja Rani” has a somewhat opposite adore trustworthy to it.
Maana Ke Hum Yaar Nahi – Parineeti Chopra and Sonu Nigam
Every best songs list is deficient though a discuss of Sonu Nigam’s stirring voice. And that is accurately a diversion changer in this reworked duet chronicle of a strange Parineeti song. The lyrics that have been penned by Kausar Munir beautifully tell a story of dual ex-lovers perplexing to shun their feelings.
Humsafar – Akhil Sachdeva and Mansheel Gujral
Visualised on Varun Dhawan and Alia Bhatt in a film Badrinath Ki Dulhania, “Humsafar” ideally captures a musings of a heart descending in love. Akhil Sachdeva has composed, created and rendered this soothing sufi regretful ballad.
Nazm Nazm – Ayushmann Khurrana
Penned and stoical by Arko (who also sang a strange chronicle that featured in Bareilly Ki Barfi), “Nazm Nazm” featuring Ayushmann Khurrana is really one of a best regretful songs of a year. After listening to songs like these, we are only left wondering because he doesn’t sing some-more often.
Sweety Tera Drama – Dev Negi, Pawni Pandey and Shraddha Pandit
Voiced by Shabbir Ahmed, Dev Negi, Pawni Pandey and Shraddha Pandit, “Sweety Tera Drama” is one of a many renouned and chart-busting dance numbers of a year. With a much-needed sip of ‘desi thumkas’ by all a 3 actors, Kriti Sanon, Ayushmann Khurrana and Rajkummar Rao, it is stoical by Tanishk Bagchi and created by Shabbir Ahmed.
Hawayein – Arijit Singh
Pritam’s composition, Arijit Singh’s voice and Irshad Kamil’s lyrics have done “Hawayein” one of a many hypnotizing songs of a year with an old-world feel to it. Moreover, a picturisation on Shah Rukh Khan and Anushka Sharma also creates a lane all a some-more beautiful.
Ok Jaanu Title lane – AR Rahman and Srinidhi Venkatesh
AR Rahman. That is all one can contend to report a pretension lane from Ok Jaanu. Written by Gulzar, this underrated strain is sung and stoical by a strain conductor himself. Its offered indicate is a quintessential AR Rahman cause which, like all of his renditions, creates a lane quirky nonetheless appreciative to hear.
Enna Sona – Arijit Singh
Another appreciative square from a Ok Jaanu album. This low-pitched combination is again penned by Gulzar and stoical by AR Rahman, though lending his voice for “Enna Sona” is regretful heartthrob Arijit Singh. And with mavericks like this operative on a song, it is firm to be a hit.
Dil Dayan Gallan – Atif Aslam
This recently expelled regretful ballad from Tiger Zinda Hai has turn intensely renouned in a matter of only a few days. Tiger Zinda Hai’s “Dil Diyan Gallan” has been sung by Atif Aslam whose soul-stirring voice has beautifully brought Irshad Kamil’s lyrics to life. Talented strain twin Vishal-Shekhar have stoical a song.
Mere Rashke Qamar – Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan and Rahat Fateh Ali Khan
Late Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan and nephew Rahat Fateh Ali Khan have weaved pristine sorcery with this Sufi regretful series from Baadshaho. Manoj Muntashir’s surpassing lyrics are also good complemented with a tunes of harmonium and mandolin.