Who does not likes Kishore Kumar songs? The legend may not be with us today but his iconic songs and his voice will be remembered for coming many centuries.
Kishore Da is one of the greatest and evergreen singers of independent India. He is one of the singers who paved way for many upcoming singers and inspired many to pursue singing as a career.
Kishore Kumar will and always remain the heartthrob whose voice just made the impossible possible. So, here comes the list of Kishore Kumar songs of all time.
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10. Yeh Shaam Mastani (Kati Patang)
Amongst Kishore Kumar’s most popular tracks, this one from Shakti Samanta’s superhit film showed the singer’s tremendous capabilities.
9. Mere Mehboob Qayamat Hogi (Mr X in Bombay)
It was filmed on Kishore Kumar himself and starring Kumkum opposite him in a very touching love song.
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8. Meri bheegi bheegi si ( Anamika)
This song is just heartbreaking. Kishore da was always impeccable with notes and feels.
7. Kuch Toh Log Kahenge (Amar Prem)
This song was great because of its lyrics and the way Kishore Da performed it.
6. Yeh Kya Hua (Amar Prem)
Another hit from the album of Amar Prem and the intriguing thing about it was how the lyrics were constructed with a succession of simple phrases.
5. Chingari Koi Bhadke (Amar Prem)
This is a fantastic song from one of the foundational albums by the RD Burman-Kishore Kumar duo.
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4. Mere Sapno Ki Rani (Aradhana)
Kishore Kumar’s signature song, immortalized by the song’s brief length and RD Burman’s spectacular mouth-organ riff that begins it.
3. O Saathi Re (Muqaddar Ka Sikandar)
Such a well sorrowful ballad by Kishore Kumar, it was filmed with Amitabh Bachchan singing about unrequited love and the horrible misfortune he has faced his entire life.
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2. Aanewala Pal (Gol Maal)
This RD Burman classic was uncharacteristically restrained and deep in its meaning of life and love in Hrishikesh Mukherjee’s guffaw. That knowledge was mirrored in Kishore Kumar’s voice.
1. Koi Hota Jisko Apna (Mere Apne)
An iconic Kishore Kumar song, with Salil Chowdhury. The track is unquestionably one of his most renowned sorrowful songs, in which we see him tamp down from his normal yodeling self.