TOP 10 HINDI MOVIES TO WATCH IF YOU LOVE LISTENING TO SONGS
When a film gives you the same feeling as the most beautiful music, you can describe it as lyrical. When songs in movies enhance the plot and scenes, they are said to be defined by the songs.
So if you are a music fan or at least like listening to tunes and looking for movies to watch as good as the music. We've got your back!
Great songs can set the mood and beautiful movies can change your perspectives. How about combining the two? Set your weekend, because you are going to get positive lyrical vibes set for 23 hours through movies!
We have a list of the top 10 Hindi movies to watch if you love listening to songs
Piku, a journey movie, has a Journey Song when Piku and her father travel. The song, Teri Meri Baatein, is a song about understanding the silence before they reach Kolkata. There were many Bengali songs in the film to enhance the background of the Banerjee family. Finally, the film ends with a perfect tune, Lamhe Guzar Gaye.
2. Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na
Named after a song, the movie Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na has a lot of song references. Kabhie song Kabhie Aditi is a cheerup song for Aditi, beautifully directed. Nazrein Milana is then played when Jay and Aditi are unaware of their feelings; Kahin Toh is an excellent song for the emotion of longing. Again it ends with Tera Mujhse Hai Pehle Ka Nata Koi, the older version.
Saathiya is a lyrical film, starting from O Humdum Soniyo Re with AR Rahman's music. The title track, Saathiya is about romance (the film's theme). Mera Yaar Milade song is played when Aditya is afraid of losing Suhaani. All the songs in the film were great and were used to enrich the essence of the scene.
The song of revelation Bismil is famously used in the movie Haider. The song Do Jahaan is a song about untangling tangled thoughts. All the tunes are used along with the story to convey the story.
Rockstar movie is all about songs, lyrics, tunes, and everything about music. It starts with Jo Bhi Main to show that the protagonist is unable to express his heart through his words. Sweet moments were captured with Katiya Karu. Praying to God Kun Faya Kun is about exposing your heart to God. Each song is used as the character develops throughout the film.
6. Life In A Metro
The song Yeh Kaisi Bheed, Bas Yahaan Tanhaai Mile perfectly defines the title of the movie Life In A Metro. The diverse relationship is portrayed in the movie through the tune Karle Tu Bhi Mohabbat. All the pieces in the film heighten the emotions.
7. Taare Zameen Par
A film about a misunderstood child, Taare Zameen Par has tunes that define its emotions like Bheja Kam, Jame Raho, and Mera Jahaan. Maa's song fits perfectly in the scene where Ishaan leaves for the deck; it makes us emotional. A Kho Na Jaaye Ye Taare Zameen Par explains the theme.
Lakshya starts with the theme of Victory to show the underlining story of the film. The famous song Main Esa Kyun Hu shows the clueless and confused nature of the protagonist. The hopeful and confident tune of Kandhon Se Milte Hai fits the scene flawlessly.
The theme of the movie Highway is freedom and all the songs in the movie fit that perfectly. Songs like Patakha Gudi and Wanna Mashup show the spirit of Veera. Kahaan Hoon Mein depicts letting go of the past and living in the moment. Maahi Ve is soulrelieving.
10. Veer Zara
The movie Veer Zara opens with a poem by Kyon Hawa which depicts the emotions hidden in the upcoming story. The main character Zara is introduced with the song Hum To Bhai Jaise Hai and as Veer introduces his country to Zara, he sings Ais Desh Hai Mera. And the ultimate love song Tere Liya is played in the most important scene of the film.