5 Hindi chartbusters you need on your phone now


We recommend the latest and the best from Hindi film music to power your day.

Organiser, shopper, banker, informant, movie theatre…your phone performs all these roles and more every single day. But have you put it to use as a music player as well? You can download the latest songs from Hindi films and play them on your phone whenever you want to just listen to good music, or have a dance party with your friends!

Here’s out list of recommendations for 2019’s best Hindi chartbusters – download the latest songs from your favourite music app to get into the groove:

#1. Apna time aayega (Gully Boy): This song has become an anthem for the disillusioned youth, and for every person whose dreams and ambitions have been thwarted by circumstances. Featuring lyrics that go straight to the heart of cynicism and despair, paired with Ranveer Singh’s energetic rendering, this rap is the perfect motivation you need to banish Monday morning blues, or build yourself up every time you need to stand up and go on.

#2. Coca Cola (Luka Chuppi): This super-fun song featuring Kartik Aryan and Kriti Sanon is one of the first party numbers to make it to the charts this year. It’s a predictable riff with slightly silly lyrics, but it has a great dance beat that will lift your spirits at once. Whether jogging in the park or warming up for your weight training workout with stretches, this song will get you in the mood in no time.

#3. Husn Parcham (Zero): This Ajay-Atul song from the Shahrukh Khan film topped the charts immediately upon release late last year, and it continues to rule the roost this year, too. Featuring the beauteous Katrina Kaif, it’s a song tailor-made for some intricate and sexy dance steps. You can switch on this song on your favourite music app, and pep yourself up after a long day at work, or while you’re doing household chores or having a solitary dinner.

#4. Ghar More Pardesiya (Kalank): This is a new entry on the charts, and its soulful melody recalls the retro Bollywood courtesan numbers of the 1970s and 1980s. Featuring Alia Bhatt, the song speaks of love and longing, and is sure to make you misty-eyed and missing your significant other. This song is a welcome change from the barrage of party songs and autotuned vocals that have become a staple in Hindi cinema lately.

#5. Challa (Uri): This song recalls the patriotic fervour you experience every time you hear the Indian national anthem, or during momentous events like Indians performing well in international sporting events. The pride you feel in your country is reflected in the strong vocals and melody of this nationalistic song picturised on actor Vicky Kaushal in the sleeper hit of 2018. It continues to rule the charts and is part of our Top 5 for its inspirational message.

You can download the latest songs from recent films on your preferred music app, or stream the songs you wish to hear on your phone or laptop.

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