Checkout the below listed top 10 new Bollywood songs of February 2017, Bollywood creates some of the most magical and memorable musical compositions and films in the world. Below we have assembled the top Bollywood songs of February, 2017. These tracks are energetic, meaningful and provide you with some very potent energy. Each of these tunes are well crafted, and molded specifically for the film they represent, and designed to accentuate the particular emotion from each movie.
Here we present the list of top 10 best Bollywood songs of February 2017.
10. Haseeno Ka Deewana Video Song by Raftaar And Payal Dev
“Haseeno Ka Deewana” is a powerful, determined track, from the 2017 Bollywood film, “Kaabil”, which stars Urvashi Rautela, and directed by Sanjay Gupta. “Haseeno Ka Deewana” was composed by Rajesh Roshan with lyrics by Kumaar, and performed by Payal Dev and Raftaar. The film is a testament of love, as it revolves around the relationship between two blind people, who find themselves falling deeply in love with one another, as ‘love sees all’. The song reflects the drive and purpose of the message of this movie.
9. Zaalima by Arijit Singh and Harshdeep Kaur
“Raees” is an action packed, 2017 crime film directed by Rahul Dholakia, and stars Shah Rukh Khan, Mahira Khan and Nawazuddin Siddiqui. “Zaalima” is a wildely popular track from the film, lyrics by Amitabh Bhattacharya, and music by JAM8. The track is performed to perfection by Arjit Singh and Harshdeep Kaur, with the official music video featuring actors, Shah Rukh Khan and Mahira Khan, who perform it beautifully, conveying the sweet sway and gentle breezes of love, getting caught up in the overwhelming feeling of joyous emotion. Well done track.
8. Channa Mereya by Arijit Singh
“Channa Mereya ” is a track from the 2016 Bollywood film, “Ae Dil Hai Mushkil” (This Heart is Complicated), written and directed by Karan Johar, starring Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Ranbir Kapoor. “Channa Mereya” is a rather melancholy song and is composed by Pritam with lyrics by Amitabh Bhattacharya, and performed by Arjit Singh. Lyrically, this song touches your heart as the singer speaks of leaving, love and remembrances of times past, spent in one another arms, as he turns his path away, and into a new direction, as he leaves.
7. Kaabil Hoon by Jubin Nautiyal And Palak Muchhal
Our second offering on our list from the Kaabil sound track is “Kaabil Hoon”, which is the title track of the film, “Kaabil”. “Kaabil Hoon” is composed by Rajesh Roshan with lyrics by Nasil Faraaz, and performed by Jubin Nautiyal and Palak Muchhal. The song speaks of dreams, how they are locked away, behind our very own eyes, and the search to unlock them to make dreams come true. It is a romantic track, where the question is raised, ‘am I worthy of you or not?’ In the end, it is the heart that holds the key to unlocking our dreams. Just a perfect song for such a beautiful film, full of love, hope and joy. We believe in this couple, what they go through, and share their story.
6. Ok Jaanu by A.R. Rahman and Srinidhi Venkatesh
The film “Ok Jaanu” is a 2017 romantic drama directed by Shaad Ali, and stars Aditya Roy Kapur and Shraddha Kapoor, who play a couple in Mumbai who are in love and in a live in relationship. “Ok Jaanu” was composed by A.R. Rahman with lyrics by Gulzar, and performed by A.R. Rahman and Srinidhi Venkatesh. “OK Jannu” is a wonderfully entertaining, feel good film, and this is reflected in the title track. The song is catchy, has a nice hook and is totally designed to get your energy up and moving, and spirit flowing. Life is yours for the asking, and love is forever at your door.
5. Enna Sona by Arijit Singh
Number five on our list is “Enna Sona”, from the Bollywood film, “OK Jaanu”. This tastefully composed and performed song emits romance, love and light as the surperb vocal talent of Arijit Singh conveys an almost poetic energy. Composed by A.R. Rahman, with lyrics by Gulzar, “Enna Sona” is one romantic ballad that is sure to remind you of the soulful, tenderness of love, as Aditya and Shraddha engage in blissful moments, while we cherish the feeling bestowed upon us.
4. Dhaakad by Raftaar
Against the backdrop of wrestlers and cheering crowds, we have “Dhaakad”. “Dhaakad” is a song from the soundtrack of the film, “Dangal”. This track, made up of strong, rhythmic rapping, was composed by Pritam, and is performed by Raftaar. Raftaar really accentuates the feeling of determination necessary for a song such as this, an almost rhythmic march as the Phoghat daughters really do march to the tune of a very different drummer. The track reflects Phogats daughters hard work as they carve out a career for themselves in wrestling. The track is strong, forceful and determined, and fills you with a majestic sense of power and can-do attitude, which totally works for this piece.
3. Laila Main Laila by Pavni Pandey
Our second track from the Bollywood action film, “Raees” is “Laila”. This track was originally used in the 1980 film, Qurbani, and has now had a makeover for the film, “Raees” by composer Ram Sampath, lyrics Indeevar and Javed Akhtar, and is performed by Pavni Pandey. The official music video is swave, seductive and gyrates with suggestive energy. Perfect for the dance clubs, “Laila” is a track that will stun and energyze you, in the best possible way.
2. Dangal – Title Track by Daler Mehendi
“Dangal” is a 2016 film that became one of the top grossing films in India’s history. It is a true to life biography directed by Nitesh Tiwari, starring Aamir Khan, as Mahavir Singh Phogat a father who taught his daughters professional wrestling. In reality, his one daughter Geeta won the gold at the 2010 Commonwealth Games and her sister, Babita won the silver. The song, “Dangal” is the title track of the film is performed by Daler Mehendi, with music by Pritam. The track is highly energetic, but with a strong central drive that serves to back up the premise of the film, to work to be your best, no matter how tough the competition.
1. The Humma Song by A.R. Rahman
A.R. Rahman is a prolific composer of excellent Bollywood music. This track, the “Humma Humma song” is thought of as a tribute to the composer, as the track has previously been in the film Bombay, and has now been restructured by Baadshah. The main differences between the two versions, is the infusing of rap along with reducing the tempo, which makes for a slower, more seductive feel. This rendition is perfect for the feel of the film, as Shraddha Kapoor and Aditya Roy Kapur create a wildly entertaining performance, packed with color, energy and a whole lot of love. Perfect for this film, the “Humma Humma Song” will stay with you, way after you leave the theater.
All in all, a most fabulous selection of excellent Bollywood music, composed and performed by the absolutely best talents found in music today. All of these tracks are memorable, satisfying and treat the film with respect, while living up to the high standards of Bollywood audiences, which continues to ensure nothing short of excellence in film and music.