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Happy Janmashtami 2018: List of Bollywood songs that revive Radha-Krishna love story every time we hear them

From Navratri to Janmashtami, Bollywood has truckloads of songs for every occasion. Here we bring to you Bollywood songs that revive the magic of the immortal love story of Radha-Krishna every time we listen to them,

Written by: India TV Entertainment Desk, New Delhi [ Updated: September 02, 2018 11:11 IST ]
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Bollywood songs that revive the magic of Radha-Krishna love story

Bollywood has always given the reason that we celebrate each and every festival and all our traditions in high spirits. From Navratri to Janmashtami, Bollywood has truckloads of songs for every occasion. One of the reasons that we enjoy these peppy numbers is that they bring to the celluloid the vibrancy and diversity of our culture. So, on the special occasion of Janmashtami 2018, we bring to you Bollywood songs that revive the magic of the immortal love story of Radha-Krishna every time we listen to them,

Make sure you add charm to your Janmashtami celebrations with these songs.

Radha Kaise Na Jale (Lagaan)

All-time favorite song of every one. This song from Aamir Khan starrer Lagaan not only highlights the pure love of Radha-Krishna but also adds the charm of Krishna’s naughtiness to tease Radha using the gopis.

Radha Teri Chunri (Student Of The Year)

A designer version of the Radha-Krishna mythology. Credit goes to Karan Johar for reviving the genre, albeit in the funky youthful avatar.

(Also read: Krishna Janmashtami 2018: Date, time, history and significance of this festival)

Maiyya Yashoda  (Jhootha Hi Sahi)

song ‘Maiyya Yashoda’ is a take on how gopis would complain to Yashoda when her son Krishna steals butter from their pitchers and how Krishna defends himself.

Radha Nachegi (Tevar)

Sonakshi Sinha is no doubt an excellent dancer. By playing the part of Radha in this song, she brought to life a modern-day version of the legendary character. The song fuses together traditional Indian culture with today's ethos.

(Also read: Happy Krishna Janmashtami 2018: Best Wishes, Quotes, HD Images with Lord Krishna for Facebook and WhatsApp)

Mohe Panghat Pe Nandlal Ched Gayo Re (Mughal-e-Azam)

The moment when Salim falls in love with Anarkali was celebrated with a Radha-Krishna number. So pristine was Lata Mangeshkar’s singing that Madhubala playing Radha epitomized the very essence of a love that knew no bounds.

 

 

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