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We bring to top 10 hit sonfs which were music to the ears, literally...

music Updated: Dec 31, 2010 14:40 IST
Sneha Mahale
Sneha Mahale
Hindustan Times

We bring to top 10 hit sonfs which were music to the ears, literally...


Munni badnaam hui



): Malaika Arora Khan’s song struck a chord across India, from the metros to the interiors.


Tere mast mast do nain (Dabangg

): This song grew much slower on people as compared to the instant hit


But the

soulful number will be remembered as one of the best songs of 2010.


Pee loon (Once Upon A Time In Mumbai

): The romantic number picturised on Emraan Hashmi and Prachi Desai was music to the ears, literally.


Zor ka jhatka (Action Replayy

): Daler Mehndi and Richa Sharma rocked this foot-tapping number. Filled with


the song ensured that it would rule the airwaves for some time.


Gal mithi (Aisha



may always be remembered more for its clothes than its star cast or acting, but the movie sure had good music. Amit Trivedi proved once again that he is one music director to look forward to.


Sheila ki jawani (Tees Maar Khan

): The movie may have bombed at the box-office but Katrina Kaif’s sexy Sheila


was the film’s one redeeming factor.


Kajrare (Kajrare

): This song found its audience and recreated the thankfully forgotten Himesh ear.


Tees Maar Khan (Tees Maar Khan

): If Sheila was all about the oomph, the title track was all about the effects. But the film failed to live up to the high expectations the song created.


Ainvayi ainvayi (Band Baaja Baraat

): None had any expectations from this film, so it was surprising to hear some hum-worthy songs.


Go go go golmaal (Golmaal

): This one’s title track caught on and was popular at city clubs.

Courtesy- Airtel

First Published: Dec 31, 2010 14:32 IST