How many times have you thought a song was not given the credit it deserved? The following is a collection of 5 such great songs that everyone should listen to.

Composers like S D Burman, R D Burman, A R Rahman, Jatin-Lalit, Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy, Vishal Bharadwaj, and Amit Trivedi, to name a few, as well as lyricists like Gulzar, Sahir Ludhianvi, Javed Akhtar, and Prasoon Joshi, the Hindi film industry has provided music lovers with a wealth of musical talent over Other times, an engaging film completely overshadows its masterfully created songs. Sometimes, a great soundtrack improves the collections of a movie that doesn’t seem to perform well at the box office. How many times have you thought a song was not given the credit it deserved? Bollywood has a vast list of such underappreciated tunes that any fan of music would like.

Some excellent songs fail to catch our attention or receive insufficient airplay on radio and television stations, which makes them less likely to stick in our memories. Bollywood consistently creates musical masterpieces that the audience remembers for the rest of their life, regardless of the decade.

1.Tu Kisi Rail Si, Masaan

Varun Grover wrote this underappreciated song for the stunning but underappreciated film Masaan, which was based on a ghazal by Dushyant Kumar. The song, performed by Swanand Kirkire, was written by the well-known music group Indian Ocean. Mann Kasturi himself was delightful.

2. Bombay Velvet’s songs, Mohabbat Buri Bimari, and Behroopia

The music, which was entirely based on old-world jazz and gained critical acclaim despite the film’s economic failure, was not well received by the public. All of the movie’s songs, which were written by Amit Trivedi, were excellent, but Neeti Mohan and Mohit Chauhan’s performance of Behroopia stood out.

3.Aazaadiyan, Udaan.

The crowd liked the movie, but the songs were utterly ignored and didn’t get enough airtime. Amit Trivedi also composed the music for this film, while Amitabh Bhattacharya wrote the song.

4. Shahid Beparwah

The movie went well at the box office, but a Quora user feels that Arijit Singh’s song, a hit in Bollywood, did not get the credit it deserved. The song’s soulful lyrics were written by Shelle, who also authored Pardesi (Dev D) and a number of other songs from Udta Punjab, and Karan Kulkarni’s music.

5. Duniya & Aarambh, Gulaal

The film’s great songs, especially Duniya and Aarambh, both written, performed, and composed by the extraordinarily gifted Piyush Mishra, were overlooked by the public since they failed to capture their attention.

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