The power of music is such that it can make you fall in love, while also being able to mend your aching broken heart. Even more so, when that music has the magic touch of Arijit Singh’s mesmerising voice.
Arijit’s name in the Bollywood music industry has now become synonymous with perfection. From his soulful baritone to tracks that can get you on the dance floor, he has a voice that can blend with every mood.
From being a nobody to becoming a voice capable of touching one’s soul, Arijit is now the undisputed king of male playback singers. A blockbuster chart is incomplete without his name. Last year his song Channa Mereya struck a chord with the entire nation, making everyone feel the painful sting of love.
We have compiled a list of his 40 best tracks for your every mood. Enjoy!
1. Ae Dil Hai Mushkil & Channa Mereya (‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’)
It is very rare when an entire music album is loved by the masses and ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’ just did that. However, it was the title track and ‘Channa Mereya’ that took the whole industry by a storm.
2. Ae Watan (‘Raazi’)
Hasn’t it been a while since we had a song that actually makes you think about your country? Well, Arijit just brought us a new track for our playlist!
3. Aaj Se Teri (‘Padma’)
No matter how cheesy the lyrics might sound, you need to agree that love is cheesy and Arijit makes it perfect.
4. Tum Hi Ho (‘Aashiqui 2’)
Yeah, we know you’ve had enough of this chartbuster. But we’re talking about the one he sung at MTV Unplugged. This version is so much better than the original. Wouldn’t you agree?
5. Binte Dil (‘Padmaavat’)
Forget Ranveer Singh for a moment, and just hear the beautiful voice that kept you hooked to that scene.
6. Tera Yaar Hoon Main (‘Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety’)
“Tu hi vajah, tere bina, bevajah bekaaar hu mai, tera yaar hu mai, tera yaar hu mai.” Don’t we all have that one friend for whom we could just sing this song without a thought?
7. Muskurane (‘City Lights’)
Beautiful lyrics with soothing music, what more can one ask? One of my favorites indeed!
8. Soch Na Sake (‘Airlift’)
This defines everything beautiful!
9. Enna Sona (‘Ok Jaanu’)
Nothing was really ‘Ok’ with this film except for this track with we can hear endless times.
10. Meet (‘Simran’)
Just hear it out!
11. Nashe Si Chadh Gayi (‘Befikre’)
Arjit’s voice, Ranveer Singh, and Vaani Kapoor’s moves made this song a viral sensation.
12. Hawayein (‘Jab Harry Met Sejal’)
The only good thing that happened to this film was Arjit Singh. Yes, we said it!
13. Kabira – Encore (‘Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani’)
We bet this one’s already on your playlist.
14. The Breakup Song (‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’)
Known for singing heart-wrenching songs, Arijit gave a refreshing feel to break up and the song literally makes you groove as he sings, “Breakup song karde dil ki feeling strong.”
15. Ik Vaari Aa (‘Raabta’)
Watch this film at your own risk, but oh please do hear this song on loop!
16. Samjhawan (‘Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania’)
Who would have thought there could be a singer who could even come close to a legend like Rahat Fateh Ali Khan? But Arijit Singh not only captures the essence of the song perfectly well, he even gave it his own unique touch.
17. Phir Bhi Tumko Chaahunga (‘Half Girlfriend’)
Truth be told, Arijit Singh has been the saving grace of all the ‘blah….blah…blah’ movies. If it wasn’t for this man, you wouldn’t even talk about the film.
18. Zaalima (‘Raees’)
The makers were Zaalim to make this film, but the song was Zaalim in a good way.
19. Dilli Wali Girlfriend (Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani)
It wasn’t just Deepika Padukone and Ranbir Kapoor’s chemistry that made us sing Dilliwali Girlfriend constantly, but it was Arijit perfection that made it the number one wedding track.
20. Yeh Ishq Hai (‘Rangoon’)
Love never felt this beautiful!
21. Judaai (‘Badlapur’)
Once you listen to this gem, you won’t be able to get it out of your head!
22. Phir Le Aaya Dil – Reprise (‘Barfi’)
Soul wrenchingly and poignant, this one.
23. Dil Cheez Tujhe Dedi (‘Airlift’)
Arabic music + Akshay Kumar + Arijit’s incredible voice = Permanent place on our playlist.
24. Kabhi Jo Badal Barse (‘Jackpot’)
Infusing soul and meaning into everything, literally with just his voice.
25. Suno Na Sangemarmar (‘Youngistaan’)
The lyrics may make you cringe a little, but Arijit Singh’s voice more than makes up for it!
26. Tose Naina (‘Mickey Virus’)
Arijit once himself mentioned that this song is the closest to his heart. Ergo, it is ours too.
27. Hungama Ho Gaya (‘Queen’)
Get drunk and dance to this all night!
28. Dua (‘Shanghai’)
This one will tug at your heartstrings.
29. Humari Adhuri Kahani- Title Track
Some songs remind you of your lost love or incomplete stories and this is just one of those.
30. Mast Magan (‘2 States’)
What Shah Rukh Khan is to romance in movies, Arijit is that for music! Adding another favourite.
31. Laal Ishq (‘Ram Leela’)
One of the most underrated songs in Arijit Singh’s career, this is a soulful piece. When in a melancholic mood, hear it out, and you’ll know how beautiful this song is! The semi-classical influences add to the mood.
32. Sooraj Dooba Hai (‘Roy’)
Hard to believe how the same person can sound so mature and thoughtful in one song and bring out this fresh, young energy in another. This is bound to put you in a party mood.
33. Gerua (‘Dilwale’)
The worst SRK and Kajol comeback ever, but this beautiful song made the duo look heavenly.
34. Agar Tum Saath Ho (‘Tamasha’)
For all who have gone through the painful lane of love!
35. Aaj Jaane Ki Zid Na Karo
Originally sang by famous Pakistani singer Farida Khanum, Arijit recreated this song and made it immortal again.
36. Khul Kabhi Toh (‘Haider’)
Arijit’s impeccable voice and the beautifully penned down lyrics make this the most romantic song ever! It is sad that the song never got its due.
37. Aaj Fir (‘Hate Story 2’)
Who says every singer spoils the original version?
38. Sukoon Mila (‘Mary Kom’)
Everyone remembers Priyanka Chopra’s incredible portrayal of Mary Kom in this film, but this song is worth remembering as well.
39. Dekha Hazaro Dafa (‘Rustom’)
If you don’t have this on your playlist, you simply cannot call yourself an Arijit fan!