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Poll: Most Romantic Bollywood Song Ever – RESULT!

Certainly, our month long quest to determine the most passionate track ever produced in Bollywood has come to an end. The quest was as exciting one considering as many people reacted positively to the poll; You have received no idea, even Shahid mentioned about our vote on twitter!!

Also, the complaints were minimal above the selection of the tunes. We now have started the vote with 20 songs and later we added 5 more songs to the list. 

Bollywood has recently been known for romance; from very start, as if Indians could never live without romance in their lives. From black and white to modern age we have seen many talented musicians, directors and actors bring the importance of romance in a 5 minutes long music. The idea was about passion, sometimes about the purity of emotion, sometimes about dreams and a few other times about poignancy.

We thank all those who have the very best for the songs on the list, and also thank our critic friends(Bobby Singh, Smitha, Nisha, Sourabh & Aravind) that have helped us to compile the critics top 10.

We now have two lists, one vit list and other popular list, both having top ten songs. Let’s see critic’s top 10 first, and then we’ll see popular top ten.


10) Do Dil Million Rahe Hai: Pardes [1997]

Credits(Music: Nadeem-Shravan, Words of the tune: Anand Bakshi, Singer: Kumar Sanu)

Subhash Ghai movies always had great music, right from start and Pardes is truly a great musical. Irony is that despite being a romantic hero Shahrukh Khan doesn’t get romantically included with Ganga, the central character played by Mahima Choudhari. He comes to her house with his friend’s proposal for her. Of course, finally this individual gets the girl (which is obvious, isn’t it? ) but there does not have a great offer of romantic angle.

Consequently, for what reason this song included within this list? Well, the music and lyrics are extremely romantic. Shahrukh performs in the background with a guitar in his hand, while Mahima Choudhari and Apoorva Agnihotri look into each other’s eye.

This slow paced intimate number can definitely move your heart.

9) Abhi na jao chhod kar: Hum Dono [1961]

Credits(Music: Jaidev Verma, Song: Sahir Ludhianvi, Singers: Asha Bhosle, Mohammad Rafi)

“Hum Dono” is a 61 Hindi film produced by Dev Anand and Navketan films. Written by Vijay Anand, the film is directed by Amarjeet. The film stars Dev Anand in a double role, and also offers Nanda, Sadhana and Leela Chitnis. The film has an ultra hit song “Main Zindagi ka saath nibhata chala gaya” by Mohd Rafi……

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