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Happy Birthday Hariharan: 5 best Hindi songs of the singing maestro

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As Hariharan celebrates his 68th birthday today, here's looking back at his 5 best songs from Bollywood films.

The 1990s decade of Bollywood was rich in music. But whenever one thinks about the songs of this period, one normally thinks about the likes of Udit Narayan, Alka Yagnik, Kumar Sanu, Kavita Krishnamurthy and Abhijeet Bhattacharya. However, veteran singer Hariharan was also someone who gave some memorable songs in this era, which have also passed the test of time.

Happy Birthday Hariharan: 5 best Hindi songs of the singing maestro

As the singer turns 68 today, we look back at his 5 best Hindi songs (as per the release date of films).

‘Roja Jaaneman’ from Roja (1992)

Sung by Hariharan and composed by A.R. Rahman, ‘Roja Jaaneman’ is a romantic melody from the movie Roja. It perfectly captures the state of the protagonist, played by Arvind Swami, as he misses his wife (Madhoo) since he is held captive by terrorists in Kashmir. The song's soothing tune and heartfelt lyrics continue to captivate listeners even decades after its release.

‘Tu Hi Re’ from Bombay (1995)

This iconic song from the movie Bombay, composed by A.R. Rahman and penned by Mehboob, features Hariharan's mesmerizing vocals. The song beautifully captures the emotions of love and longing between the lead couple (Arvind Swami and Manisha Koirala), making it one of the most beloved tracks in Indian music.

‘Baahon Ke Darmiyan’ from Khamoshi: The Musical (1996)

Baahon Ke Darmiyan’, from the movie Khamoshi: The Musical, is a hauntingly beautiful duet sung by Hariharan and Alka Yagnik. The song's haunting melody and heartfelt lyrics make it a standout track in the film's soundtrack. This track also features Manisha Koirala, along with Salman Khan.

‘Chappa Chappa’ from Maachis (1996)

Hariharan's soulful rendition of ‘Chappa Chappa’ from the movie Maachis is a powerful protest song with poignant lyrics. Composed by Vishal Bhardwaj and penned by Gulzar, the song captures the essence of revolution and struggle. Suresh Wadkar, another iconic singer, also stands out in this number.

‘Nahin Saamne’ from Taal (1999)

Hariharan's rendition of ‘Nahin Saamne’ from the film Taal, composed by A.R. Rahman, is a poignant love ballad that touches the soul. It is sung by the protagonist, played by Akshaye Khanna, who is missing his lady love (Aishwarya Rai Bachchan) but is also feeling positive about their special bond. The song's melodious composition and Hariharan's emotive singing elevate it to timeless status.

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