Here are some movies where music held the film together and took it to the next level, making it the hero.
Music is that part of our life that is considered to be another language. It speaks of emotions that cannot fathom into words and yes, all of cinema has songs in them but these films are special because of their whole musical album. And no these movies are nothing sort of like musicals. And really in our opinion, they probably deserve a genre of their own. These particular films are ones we picked because their entire music album made us feel things instead of just a particular song.
These albums has the power to overpower you with emotions probably could take you on a ride full of emotions. From energetic to soothing one album could give you a full range. And the people we have to be thankful for are the musicians who made this possible. Albums from some of these films were even more popular than the film itself and with others, they played their part in being a perfect match, one that’s made in heaven. But these albums did extremely well and are still very wildly popular, irrespective of how the film was.
Take a look at our album picks
Aashiqui 2 – Mithoon, Jeet Ganguli and Ankit Tiwari
Saathiya – A.R. Rahman
Rockstar – A.R. Rahman
Ek Villain – Mithoon, Ankit Tiwari, and Soch
Rock On – Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy
Ok Jaanu – A.R. Rahman
Laila Majnu – Niladri Kumar, Joi Barua and Alif
Kabir Singh – Mithoon, Amaal Mallik, Vishal Mishra, Sachet – Parampara and Akhil Sachdeva
Life In A Metro – Pritam (Metro band)
Yuvva – A.R. Rahman
Dil Chahta Hai – Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy
Rang De Basanti – A.R. Rahman
Gully Boy – Divine, Naezy, Dub Sharma, Ankur Tewari, Spitfire, Sez on the beat, Rishi Rich, Raghu Dixit, Midival Punditz, Karsh Kale, Chandrashekhar Kunder, Jasleen Royal, Mickey McCleary, Ace, Ishq Bector, Prem-Hardeep, Viveick Rajagopalan and Kaam Bhaari
Manmarziyaan – Amit Trivedi
Delhi 6 – A.R. Rahman
Taal– A.R. Rahman
Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani- Pritam
Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara– Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy
Wake Up Sid- Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy
Raanjhana– A.R. Rahman
Veer Zara– Late Madan Mohan
Meri Pyari Bindu- Sachin-Jigar
Parineeta– Shantanu Moitra
Anjaana Anjaani– Vishal–Shekhar
Hamari Adhuri Kahani– Jeet Gannguli, Mithoon, Ami Mishra and Zubeen Garg
Tamasha– A.R. Rahman
While living in times of Bollywood offering us bad remixes and lyrics that just don’t make sense, these albums will restore some faith that you have in this industry. Know of a music album we missed out on? Tell us in the comments or drop us an email at email@example.com.