We are back with to make you Sunday morning melodic. Furthermore, gratefully, Bollywood gave us a fun new melody to tune in to on circle this week. Additionally, a couple of tunes from the past rundown areas yet shaking the music outlines, so we have included them once again. Along these lines, you know the bore. Turn the volume up and overlook the world for a couple of minutes, with Bollywood life’s Trending Tunes:
Zubi (Naam Shabana): The commence of Naam Shabana ought to leave next to zero degrees for a gathering number. In any case, Bollywood being Bollywood included two gathering tracks in the film. While, the first titled Dil Hua Besharam was exceptionally frustrating, Zubi more than compensates for it. What a track! We wager you can’t resist the urge to depression to it.
Gulabi 2.0 (Noor): Another change of a hit old melody was produced by Bollywood. This one is not that incredible, not the more regrettable. How about we commend average quality with this reiterated adaptation of Gulabi Ankhein. In the event that nothing Sonakshi looks spectacular moving to the beats. We genuinely expect better from Amaal Mallik.
Humsafar (Badrinath Ki Dulhania): This melody is as yet drifting on iTunes. Quiet down! Correct. It has been three weeks since the Alia Bhatt and Varun Dhawan starrer discharged, and fans are as yet not over the enchantment of its soundtrack. Humsafar is captivatingly sentimental. Something you tune in to on a lengthy drive.
Tamma Again (Badrinath Ki Dulhania) : This new tune has held the appeal of the first and truth be told, what I truly loved about this ‘tribute’, as Varun and Alia might want to call the reality they even held the first voices of Bappi Lahiri and Anuradha Paudwal.
The melody is a noteworthy return to the Sanjay Dutt-Madhuri Dixit starrer. What makes tune all the more foot tapping is the few beats included by Tanishk Bagchi and furthermore the video that does full equity to the track.
Darkhaast (Shivaay): This super sentimental track is maturing with stunningly pretty visuals. Not only fabulous to tune in, this melody from Ajay Devgn’s Shivaay is outwardly engaging too. You will be lost in the scenes that are playing on the scene and might take you a moment review to see Sunidhi Chauhan and Arijit Singh’s delightful voices. Mithoon’s verses amped up with Sayeed Quadri’s make this tune impeccable to tune in on the circle while on a lengthy drive with your life partner.