Another week and another take at the some of the hottest charts in B-Town at the moment!
Film:Crook: It's Good To Be Bad
Singer(s): Babbu Mann, Suzanne D'Mello
Emraan Hashmi's latest flick, Crook makes an entry into the charts this week! First up is Challa
which takes it's inspiration from an original Gurdaas Maan folk song
(title being namesake), with a hint of a modern twist using Suzanee
D'Mello's westernized vocals. It'll be interesting to see if this track
picks up pace with the masses!
9. Lafangey Parindey
Film: Lafangey Parindey
Singer(s): Ronit Sarkar
Music: R. Anandh
track seems to be like mar-mite for many listeners. You either love it
or hate it and at Bollycurry, we're definitely team 'love' at the
moment! Some interesting use of soft rock and a lot of masti if that's what you look for in a song!
8. Suno Aisha
Singer(s): Amit Trivedi, Ash King
Music: Amit Trivedi
persists clinging onto the charts. Entertainingly catchy lyrics and a
beautiful background score makes this chic song worth listening too!
Javed Akhtar's lyrics are intelligible of the story center protagonist,
Aisha, and Amit Trivedi has yet again proved himself to be genius with
such an amazing soundtrack.
Singer(s): Chinmaye, Kshitij Tarey
no ousting this track for a while! Madno continues it's reign on the
charts. The song has very soothing tune in the background and the lyrics
are an absolute treat. A gem of a creation, that is impossible to
overlook - whatever your taste in music!
6. Mere Bina
Film: Crook: It's Good To Be Bad
Singer(s): Nikhil Dsouza
Combining Pritam's soft-rock genius and fresher Nikhil's soothingly fresh voice (also heard in Anjaana Anjaani ki Kahaani)
brings to us this romantic track which promises to be soulful with it's
lyrics and something we can easily fall in love with after a few quick
Film: Anjaana Anjaani
Singer(s): Lucky Ali
Energetic, foot tapping, and crooned
by the deep throat raspy Lucky Ali! This youthful track has quickly
caught up with the charts.
Film: Once upon a time in Mumbai
Singer(s): Mohit Chauhan
The understated lyrics of this track and wonderful sufi feel
promise to stay on with the listener long after the music stops
playing. Without a doubt the Mohit - Pritam combination emerges a
chartbuster yet again!
3. Tere Mast Mast Do Nain
Singer(s): Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, Shreya Ghoshal
light romantic tune grabs its spot among the top numbers! Reminiscent
of the soothing music not often seen in this era; it would be a crime if
this doesn't make an entry on many-a-IPods soon!
2. Munni Badnaam
Singer(s): Mamta Sharma, Aishwarya
Music: Lalit Pandit
this may have only be filed away as a decent attempt at an item number
by critics, the sizzling number has proven more than its mettle in
rising steadily up the popularity charts! With it's foot tapping
rhythm, not to mention Malaika's scintillating moves, Munni Badnam is every bit a public favorite!
1. Tujhe Bhula Diya
Film: Anjaana Anjaani
Singer(s): Mohit Chauhan, Shekhar Ravjiani, Shruti Pathak
The highly anticipated Anjaana Anjaani album has been a winner with all listeners! This week in the limelight is the best from an album of several classy tracks - Tujhe Bhula Diya - that mixes the right amount of sufi music, memorable lyrics, and a folksy kick to ensure repeated listening.
Anything we're missing?
Let us know your favourite songs this week and you may just find it in the next week's charts!