10 Classic 90’s Hindi Songs That Will Bring Nostalgia Running Back

The 90’s Hindi Songs were quite charming and memorable for many reasons. They were all rooted with some meaning and had resonance with much quitter times away from the noise of today’s night clubs but still had some melody and serenity to him. There came one of the best singers such as Shaan,, Sonu Nigam, Udit Narayan and Kumar Saanu. The 90’s Hindi songs don’t get the credit they deserve but they were awesome for many reasons. You can discover them in our list of 11 most memorable 90’s Hindi songs that will bring back the nostalgia running ! Have a look.

Tanha Dil Tanha Safar

There is something about this tune that takes you back in time and it still feels fresh. A genuine song that you can relate to at times !!

Aankhon Mein

This one osng from Aryan band which will make you look twice because you can notice young innocent Shahid Kapoor acting out with a song pasteurized

on teenage crush.

Dekha Hai Teri Aankhon Ko

This song was pictured on a waiter who does not have the courage to walk up to the girl who visits café everyday at the same time. It is more about puppy love with the same charm. This is also a product of Aryan band.

Main Tera Deewana

Govinda might not be the hot selling property today as he was in the 90’s but he surely had the charm and the talent to pull off such sweet melodies. Featuring another talented actress Manisha Koirala this song had two versions in the movie which seemed to complete the love story of the lead characters. Surely worth a re-visit. Wish lyricist today had the same zest for writing meaningful songs.

Bulla Ki Jaana

Now hats off to Rabbi Shergill, this is not a 90’s Hindi song and came out in the early 2000’s but it was a rip off sing from a Pakistani band which is quite memorable !

Chod Aaye Hum Wo Galiyan

Those were the days. Macchis had got much of acclaim and fame for the main song ” Chappa Chappa Charkha Chale” and had alsone memorable song for the people to hum for a decade or so !

Woh Pehli Baar


Ae Kaash Ke Hum

This is throwing an ode to Krishnamurthy who was a brilliant film maker who went in-noticedfor a time and had made the iconic Kabhi Haan Kabi Na starring Shah Rukh Khan who was equally talented. Enjoy the song and let it take you into the mood.

Ye Dil

Ye Dil was shot mostly in Los Angeles and will give you another reminder why Shah Rukh and Sonu Nigam ruled the 90’s hindi songs at that time.

Key Sara Sara

This was more noticeable as Madhuri Dixit had a cameo in the song with Prabhu Deva. The two best dancers we have sharing one screen !


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