Bollywood is known for many things. Reel life break ups are portrayed with such extreme emotion that we end up feeling the sad emotion ourselves. Be it in the form of emotional scenes or the actors crying their heart out or just by playing strong background music. Bollywood hotshots know it all and have also made audience feel a bit of agony which is not possible unless the composer is a true genius.
Here is a list of best bollywood sad songs that we as an audience relate to:
From the movie Rajneeti, Mora Piya was sang in an ancient language, Brij by Aadesh Shrivastava. Our favourite lines?
Haan hamari ek muskaan pe woh toh apni jaan lutaata tha. Jag bisra ki aanthon pehariya, more hi gun gata tha
Tu Ne Jo Na Kaha
From the movie New York, Tu Ne Jo Na Kaha was sang by Mohit Chauhan. Lines we love?
Lambha beeta hua, Dil dukhata raha. Khamakha bewajah khwaab bunta raha
Tujhe Bhula Diya
It is difficult to part ways.. and Tujhe Bhula Diya depicts exactly how difficult is.
Dol pal tujh se juda tha, Aise phir rasta muda tha, Tujh se mai khone loga, Juda jaise hone laga, Mujhse kuch mera
Jaane Tu Meri Kya Hai
Another hit bollywood sad song, Jaane Tu Meri Kya Hai was sung by Sukhwinder Singh and this songs tells us how separation feels.
Kyon aise chubhti hai tujhse doori, Kyon lagti hai zindagi yoon adhuri, Chua kisne ne tujhko toh lagake, Dil main kisine to aag laga ke, Duniya jaala di hai meri
Well, what can we say about this brilliant number? Noor-e-Khuda, sung by Adnan Sami, Shankar Mahadevan and Shreya Ghoshal delivers the strong feelings felt by Shahrukh Khan and Kajol in the movie.
Lines like Rooh jam si gayi, waqt tham sa gaya.. just break our heart.