For many, KK's songs were not random lyrics, they held deeper meaning and feeling, and were a cure to loneliness. His songs worked like medicine for the soul, which directly dwelled in our hearts. He dominated every emotion, whether it was celebrating friendship with 'Pal', 'Yaaron', crying with 'Maine Dil Se Kaha', or expressing love with 'O Meri Jaan'.
Let us celebrate the birth anniversary of the loved musician with some of his songs-
Tadap Tadap, Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam
KK started his musical career in Bollywood with this song, and his voice resonated with us. Heartbreaking yet beautiful.
The most played song of any farewell, trillions of students have memories connected to this song; no farewell is complete without this anthem. Like Pyaar ke pal, this song hits straight to your heart, goodbyes, farewell dance and cherished.
Tu Aashiqui Hai, Jhankar Beats
Such a happy and energetic number from Jhankar Beats. Many have shaken their legs on these beats.
Pyaar Ke Pal, Pal
Just like yarron, this song hits straight to your heart, goodbyes, farewell dance and cherished memories of your school.
Beetein Lamhe, The Train
Another soulful rendition by KK from The Train. This song ruled the Hindi melody charts for a prolonged time. This song never grows old.
Kya Mujhe Pyaar Hai, Woh Lamhe
This track rocked the music chartbusters for quite a long time and not without reason.
O Meri Jaan, Life is A...Metro
Now, this song is the epitome of beauty. It seemed as if KK's voice was tailor-made for this one. The song has a beauty of its own.
This article is a replug.