We are back with another round of Trending Tunes. We are still waiting for a new song to release which is good enough to go crazy viral. For now, the fans are still going gaga over Dilbar and Dhadak. Once again we have a mix of dance numbers and soft romantic songs for you, to give your musical Sunday a little variation. So, let us get started. Turn the volume all the way up for maximum enjoyment.
Dilbar – Satyameva Jayate
The nation is still grooving to the beats of Dilbar. And guess what? Already another song featuring Nora Fatehi – Kamariya from Stree – has come out. Expect it to make it to Trending Tunes by next week. Dilbar has been crooned by Neha Kakkar and Dhvani Bhanushali. Their voices blend well to create the magical, sexy vibe of this dance number. The Arabian twist to the original music makes composer Tanishk Bagchi worthy of a round of applause.
Paniyon Sa- Satyameva Jayate
Atif Aslam and Tulsi Kumar have such distinctly beautiful voices. They have come together to croon, Paniyon Sa, so of course you can expect magic. Though I personally like Tere Jaisa by them from the same album better than Paniyon Sa, that song is yet to start trending on music charts. For now, listen to this romantic number and probably give your better half a tight hug.
Halka Halka – Fanney Khan
This Halka Halka Suroor remake has finally scored a position amongst the top 5 on iTunes. Sunidhi Chauhan and Divya Kumar have sung the romantic number. While it is an out and out love song, you won’t mind shaking a leg to it. Such is the upbeat, mellow composition by Amit Trivedi. Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Rajkummar Rao look cute in the song.
The title track of Dhadak is surely winning awards in the upcoming season. The debut movie of Ishaan Khatter and Janhvi Kapoor has done exceptionally well and we have to give a little credit to the title track. We all know a person who listens to this song on loop. Take a bow, Ajay-Atul.
High Rated Gabru – Nawabzaade
Better late than never. High Rated Gabru is showing up on music charts. The movie, Nawabzaade, might not have left an impact on the audience, but thankfully, this Guru Randhawa number has a different story to tell. Though, we would love if Bollywood gave Guru a chance to create an original.