Please name some semi-classical songs of Bollywood?

Please name some semi-classical songs of Bollywood?

 I desired to write this article for a lengthy time and eventually I have determined that I will inform you about my top-ten semi-classical songs. Semi-classical is recognised as the combine of classical singing and industrial music, on the whole by using the song administrators of the movie city.

Cover Image Of Semi Classical Songs Of Bollywood
Cover Image Of Semi Classical Songs Of Bollywood

There aren’t solely ten; Bollywood has a repertoire of such songs. The ten songs which I am going to write about are the pinnacle ten for me and, of course, they are now not very old. You should have listened and loved them and whilst analyzing this listicle, you would agree with me to an extent that they are great. 

I have tried to enlist solely soft-slow-smooth songs; therefore, if you attempt to pay attention any of these, use a headphone and shut your eyes and let your thought free to experience the magic of music.

It’s certainly challenging for me to figure out which track is the first and best, however I have to identify at least one. All songs are great, however. 

List of Some Semi Classical Songs Of Bollywood

Cover Image Of Song Vaada Tumse Hai Vaada
Cover Image Of Song Vaada Tumse Hai Vaada

1. Vaada Tumse Hai Vaada, Janmo’n Ka Pyar Ka

Movie-1920 (2008)

Singer- Pt. Jasraj

Music- Adnan Sami

Lyricist- Sameer

Like the movie, the song, too, will hang-out you if you hear it as soon as cautiously and experience the melody of it. The song is as soulful as the singing of the classical vocalist.

 I assume this is the solely track he sung for Bollywood as I had in no way listened him before. He has simply crammed it with life, romance and heavenly love. In fact, this tune is greater than a semi-classical however much less than a pure classical. Listen it, if you haven’t yet. 

Cover Image of Song Hamri Atariya Pe
Cover Image of Song Hamri Atariya Pe

2. Hamri Atariya Pe Aaja Re Sawariya Dekha-

Dekhi Tanik Hoi Jaye

Movie- Dedh Ishqiya (2014)

Singer- Rekha Bhardwaj

Music Director- Vishal Bhardwaj

Lyricist- Gulzar

The movie, Dedh Ishqiya is a gem and so is the tune cited above. Hamri Atariya is essentially a Thumri song, first sung via Mallika-e-ghazal, one of the best singers of Hindustani classical music, Begum Akhtar. 

Thumri is a vocal genre, or, you can say, a style of Hindustani track which is linked with dance, dramatic gesture, moderate eroticism, evocative love poetry and folks songs, mainly from Uttar Pradesh.

 Well, the above cited music has been modified with the aid of the lyricist and song director and it’s sung in a in simple terms distinct fashion via the singer to enchantment the new generation. 

A few phrases about Rekha Bhardwaj: I am her fan considering that I listened ‘Namak Ishq Ka’ from Omkaara (2006), a track of outstanding symbolism and deep meaning, sung in a pretty deviant way. 

And, considering the fact that then I have observed that she is pretty cautious whilst deciding on her songs, you simply pick out up any, Sasural Genda Phool from Delhi6 (2009) or Ghaghra from Ye Jawani Hai Diwani (2013) or Darling from 7 Khoon Maaf (2011). 

She is a versatile singer. So, simply hear this song, which is imbued with the Nawabi and Awadhi style, and watch also, as it shows the incredible dance of Madhuri Dixit and Huma Quraishi. 

Cover Image Of Song Maula Mere Maula
Cover Image Of Song Maula Mere Maula

3. Maula Mere Maula Mere

Movie- Anwar (2007)

Singer- Roop Kumar Rathod

Music- Mithoon

Lyricist- Sayeed Quadri

Anwar was once a romantic thriller, a film with a message, however if it is, or will be, remembered via some thing in it, that will be the two songs- Maula Mere Maula and Javeda Jindagi. 

Maula Mere Maula is such a music that takes you in some different world and you have to agree then that track clearly has a recovery power. 

You simply desire to hear it endlessly. The song and the lyrics each are entreating, and the singing of Roop Kumar Rathod, unquestionably, is the great for this song. This music has a Sufi touch.

Cover Image Of Song Tose Naina Lage
Cover Image Of Song Tose Naina Lage

4. Javeda Jindagi- Tose Naina Lage Piya Saanware

Movie- Anwar (2007)

Singer- Kshitiz Tarey and Shilpa Rao

Lyricist- Hasan Kamal

The excellent element about this music is its music. The strolling water sound blended with an alaap in the commencing of the tune touches your soul. 

It is an eight minute music and all the time whilst listening it, you will experience your self in a trance. Recitation of easy sargam between the lyrics has made it extra endearing. This music has a devotional contact also. 

Cover Image Of Song Aaoge Jab Tum
Cover Image Of Song Aaoge Jab Tum

5. Aaoge Jab Tum Saajna, Aangna Phool Khilenge

Movie- Jab We Met (2007)

Singer- Ustad Rashid Khan

Music- Sandesh Shandilya

Lyricist- Faaiz Anwar

Well, I suppose Jab We Met was once amongst the first-rate romantic films of the ultimate decade. But like the culture in India has been, there can’t be romance except tune and music. All the different songs of this film had been great, no doubt, however this one, I believe, used to be equipped by some means in the script.

 Because all the different songs have been written by using Irshad Kamil and the tune was once given by way of Pritam, however this one used to be the solely tune that received exclusive treatment. And it did deserve that.

 Ustad Rashid Khan is an Indian classical vocalist about whom Pt. Bhimsen Joshi as soon as remarked that he is the assurance for the future of Indian vocal music, and after listening this music or some other tune ‘Poore se Zara Kam Hai’ in Mausam (2011), you would have to agree with Joshiji. 

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