Comments (0)
Features |  17 Mar 2016 18:38 |  By RnMTeam

Bollywood's birthday connection

MUMBAI: Singing birthday songs is a long-standing custom and a necessary tradition. Thanks to Bollywood, we have a variety of songs to regale ourselves on our birthdays; otherwise, singing the same old ‘Birthday Anthem’ would have turned the celebrations dull.

So people, without wasting much time, pick up a cake, birthday caps and belt out one of these songs to perk up the bash.

Baar Baar Din Ye Aaye, Farz (1967)

By far, the peppiest birthday composition from Bolllywood’s legend, Mohd Rafi, remembered almost every day because of its irresistible vocal hook.

Tera Happy B’day, ABCD 2 (2015)

Start a birthday today, singing this birthday ditty from Disney’s ABCD 2. The song sung by Sachin-Jigar and rapped by Varun Dhawan and D. Soldierz is a one hit thunder for sure.

Happy Birthday to You, Kill Dil (2014)

Although the film did not make it to the hit list, the song filled the void, making listeners happy. While veteran lyricist Gulzar penned the lyrics, the first-rate trio, Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy delivered the music for the birthday song.

Tum Jiiyo Hazaro Saal, Sujata (1959)

A celebratory ode that anyone can dedicate on someone’s birthday, this was a super hit and the reasons are quite justified. S D Burman composed the music for this.

Birthday Bash, Dilliwaali Zaalim Girlfriend (2015)

Jumpy lyrics and coruscating music is how this composition of Honey Singh sounds like. The king of rap proved how a birthday party needs this track badly to stimulate the atmosphere.

Ham Bhi Agar Bachche Hote- Door Ki Awaaz (1964)

All the luminary geniuses, Asha Bhosle, Mohd Rafi and Manna Dey teamed up to sing this peppy number. The lyrics written by Shakeel Badyuni will make you feel, how celebrating birthday in childhood was bliss.

Happy Birthday- Sajan Bina Suhagan (1978)

We end the list with this song because this one can be special for every ‘mumma’s boy or girl’. If it is your mother’s birthday, this melodious number can add glee to the special event.

Aarti Mukherjee, Chandrani Mukherjee and Shivangi Kolhapure gave their voices and Usha Khanna provided the music for the song.