Sanam Renditions Of These 12 Bollywood Songs Are Sure To Make Your Day

Sanam Renditions Of These 12 Bollywood Songs Are Sure To Make Your Day

11 May 17 @ 6:25 PM | By Sunderlal Raja

For those who don't know, Sanam is one of the most popular Indian band on YouTube. Over the years they have made a name for themselves and do have a huge fan following among the netizens in India and abroad. Consisting of Sanam Puri, Samar Puri, Keshav Dhanraj and Venky S, Sanam band has created their own versions of many melodious and enchanting Bollywood songs of the yesteryears. And their versions of these evergreen songs are a perfect blend of the golden era music with the modern day style. It won't be an overstatement to say that listening to their versions can fill you with romance, all over again.

So, here we have handpicked Sanam version of 12 Bollywood songs, which is enough to lift your mood and if you are a true music lover, then these tracks should have a permanent on your playlist. Scroll down to see which are the 12 tracks. And, if you feel like there are other tracks of Sanam which should be included in this list, then do comment below.

  1. Gulabi Aankhen

    “Gulabi Aankhen” was originally composed by the legendary RD Burman and sung by the iconic Mohammad Rafi for the 1970 movie, The Train. Sanam's version of this enchanting song is a solid tribute to the composer and the singer.

  2. Mere Mehboob Qayamat Hogi

    The evergreen pair, Laxmikant - Pyarelal composed "Mere Mehboob Qayamt Hogi" for the cult sci-fi movie, Mr. X in Bombay (1964). Picturized on and crooned by the great Kishore Kumar, this track is ageless. And the Sanam version has only added to its already huge popularity.

  3. Lag Jaa Gale

    "Lag Jaa Gale", originally sung by India's Nightingale Lata Mangeshkar, was a beautiful composition by Madan Mohan. It was part of the album from the psychological thriller Woh Kaun Thi? of 1964. This track expresses the feeling of love in the most serene manner. And Sanam's rendition only added glory to the song.

  4. Tujhse Naraaz Nahin Zindagi

    Penned by Oscar winner Gulzar and composed by RD Burman, "Tujhse Naraaz Nahin Zindagi" from Masoom (1983) is one of the best songs ever in Bollywood, which captured the rawness of life, aptly in its lyrics. The impact of this track only grew bigger with this captivating Sanam version.

  5. Tere Bina Zindagi Se

    "Tere Bina Zindagi Se" is one of the evergreen romantic tracks from the 70s of Bollywood. Gulzar - RD Burman team was behind this track, which was from the movie Aandhi (1975). The importance of a partner is one's romantic journey of life, is emphasized through this song. And Sanam band gave the best tribute; one could ever give to this track.

  6. Ek Ladki Ko Dekha

    Penned by Javed Akhtar and scored by RD Burman, "Ek Ladki Ko Dekha" track is relatable to every lover, who has met the love of his life. From the movie, 1942: A Love Story (1994), this track got a worthy re-rendition through Sanam's version.

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  8. Pehla Nasha

    From the 1992 movie Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar, the track "Pehla Nasha" was as romantic as it can get. The beauty of the lyrics was quadrupled by the spellbinding composition of Jatin – Lalit and Majrooh Sultanpuri’s lyrics. And Sanam team recreated the magic of this song, perfectly.

  9. Kora Kagaz Tha Ye Man Mera

    SD Burman composed "Kora Kagaz Tha Ye Man Mera" for the 1969 classic movie Aradhana. The ultra-popular singing duo of Kishore Kumar and Lata Mangeshkar lend their voice for this track. And when Sanam recreated this song with Sana Moidutty, they didn't lose even an ounce of its beauty.

  10. Roop Tera Mastana

    Kishore Kumar sung, SD Burman scored "Roop Tera Mastana" song from Aradhana (1969) is an eternal song which will surely have a place in the heart of music lovers, for the coming ages. Sanam band, along with Rhys Sebastian were able to carry on the legacy of the song, with their rendition.

  11. Mere Sapno Ki Rani

    "Mere Sapno Ki Rani", sung by Kishore Kumar and composed by SD Burman, was from the film Aradhana, which was released in 1969. This captivating retro-dance track still has an impact among music lovers. Sanam's rendition totally delivered on the energy of the original track.

  12. Ae Kash Ke Hum

    Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa (1994) had the bewitching track "Ae Kash Ke Hum". This was a composition of Jatin - Lalit, in the voice of Kumar Sanu. The track still brings a freshness to the mind, on listening. And Sanam rendition does retain this charm of the track.

  13. Hai Apna Dil To Awara

    The 1958 movie Solva Saal had the gripping track "Hai Apna Dil To Awara". It was composed by SD Burman while Hemant Kumar was the singer. It was a youthful song, and even now it hasn't lost its charm. And this charm was perfectly captured by Sanam when the made their version along with Soogum Sookha.