Five Indian Film Songs That Became Internet Sensations

Five Indian Film Songs That Became Internet Sensations

22 Feb 18 @ 11:40 AM | By GitacharYa

Manikya Malaraya Poovi is a sensation among young audience because of a wink by a teenage girl. Priya Prakash Varrier captured the imagination of internet junkies and the song became one of the most talked about topics of recent times. Now, the song overcame  Jimikki Kammal song from Mohanlal's Velipadinte Pusthakam in terms of video likes. Here we take a look at the South Indian songs that went viral and became Internet Sensations 

1. Manikya Malaraya Poovi

Oh, what can we say about this song! It became a big rage among the youth and Priya Varrier an overnight star. Composed by Shaan Rahman and sung by Vineeth Sreenivasan, a revised modern version of a Mappila song, became a viral hit. It garnered one million views and 50,000 likes in just 20 hours. 

2. Lungi Dance

A tribute to Superstar Rajnikanth, this song is a big fan favorite.  Indian rapper Yo Yo Honey Singh composed and sung this song for the soundtrack of the 2013 Bollywood film Chennai Express starring Shak Rukh Khan and Deepika Padukone. The song is said to have significantly more popularised the Lungi, a traditional dress of India, especially in Tamil Nadu.

3. Saahore Baahubali

Saahore Baahubali is one of the most viewed Indian songs and is approaching 100 million mark. Composed by M. M. Keeravani, this song from the blockbuster movie Baahubali has visuals match the grandeur of the composition

4. Jimikki Kammal 

Jimmikki Kammal is one of the most sensational songs to come from Malayalam Film Industry. Composed by Shaan Rahman and sung by Vineeth Sreenivasan and Ranjith Unni, this song from Velipadinte Pusthakam became a sensation among the audience. This song is taken from various folk songs. 

5. Why this Kolaveri 

This song from Tamil psychological thriller 3 became a rage all over the internet and became one of the most viewed Indian songs. The laidback singing by Dhanush and addictive beats by Anirudh Ravichandran made the audience hit the repeat mode for this song.

 

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