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Features |  14 Nov 2015 16:28 |  By RnMTeam

10 must watch songs for this Children's Day

MUMBAI: Happy Children’s Day! We are sure that most grown-ups (still young at heart) are missing this day, real bad, and unfortunately cannot express it because they are all grown up now. However, you can still walk down memory lane and enjoy these ‘Children’s Day Special Songs’, which will help you relive the good old days.

Lakdi Ki Kathi: This is a beautiful song from the 1983 film ‘Masoom’. The track features three adorable kids and unforgettable lyrics. ‘Lakdi Ki Kathi’ had lyrics written by Gulzar and music was given by legendary music composer R.D. Burman.

Hum Bhi Agar Bachche Hote: When three big names like Asha Bhosle, Mohammed Rafi and Manna Dey give their voices to a song related to kids, it is sure to remain an ‘evergreen’. ‘Hum Bhi Agar Bachche Hote’ is one such song from the 1964 movie ‘Door Ki Awaaz’.

Rona Kabhi Nahin Rona: This Kishore Kumar song can always bring a smile on anyone’s face. The track is composed by R.D. Burman and it features in the 1972 movie ‘Apna Desh.’

Bachche Mann Ke Sachche: This song is sung by the nightingale of India- Lata Mageshkar, in the 1968 film ‘Do Kaliyan’. The song describes the innocence of kids, and features a young Neetu Singh.

Nanhe Munne Bachche: This track from the 1954 film ‘Boot Polish’ features underprivileged kids who are optimistic about having a bright future. The track is sung by Asha Bhosle and Mohammad Rafi, with music by Shankar Jaikishan.

Bada Natkhat Hai Krishna Kanhaiya: This 1972 song from the film ‘Amar Prem’ features a mother and her son. It is sung by Lata Mangeshkar and the music is by R.D. Burman.

Nani Teri Morni: ‘Nani Teri Morni’ is a fun song from 1960 film ‘Masoom’. The song features a little girl singing a song for her maternal grandmother. The music for the same was given by Robin Banerjee.

Chanda Hai Tu Mera Suraj Hai Tu: Yet another unforgettable Lata Mangeshkar song, from the 1962 film ‘Aradhana’. This is a mother-son song, and shows a loving relationship between the two.

Bum Bum Bole: ‘Bum Bum Bole’ is a song from the 2007 film ‘Taare Zameen Par’, sung by Shaan and Aamir Khan, with music composed by Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy. The song is a fun one, and through its video, it depicts a teacher encouraging his students to become more creative.

Chanda Chamke: This is a song from the 2006 film ‘Fanaa’ and features a mother and her son. With music composed by Jatin-Lalit, the track has vocals by a number of big names including Babul Supriyo, Mahalakshmi Iyer, Master Akshay Bhagwat, Aamir Khan and Kajol.