Not all of us are lucky or robust enough to plan a trip to mountains or hilly areas to have a good time in snowfall, but some of the songs remind us of the snow falling and the white-covered roads and areas.
If you are planning to stay home this winter as well, we have your back! Besides, winters don’t last for a long time in India (sadly) and the winter vibes are worth cherishing even in the scorching heat of July– so we have these unrelated songs for you to remind us of winters whenever we miss the shudders and chills and a relief that comes from putting on a comfortable cardigan or hiding inside a blanket.
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1. Subhan Allah
“Ek din kabhi jo khud ko taraashe
Meri nazar se tu zara, haaye re”
Kabir and Naina’s trekking trip is a prominent aspect of the plot of Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani.
If Subhan Allah doesn’t remind you of the snow-covered mountains and sitting with your friends around a bonfire then you sure didn’t watch the movie. Subhan Allah has the exact vibe of snow falling and with it people falling in love.
2. Yeh Ishq Hai
“Haan Hai Koi To Wajah
Jo Jeena Ka Maza Yun Aane Laga
Yeh Hawaon Mein Hai Kya
Thoda Sa Jo Naasha Yun Chane Laga”
Geet’s iconic traditional dress was one of the key highlights from Jab We Met. Yeh Ishq Hai was filmed in Rohtang and Manali.
The wonderful scenery and lyrics that defined the emotions of falling in love along with Geet’s amusing and adorable dance moves– Yeh Ishq Hai captured Geet and Aditya’s journey through mountains with all the dancing, singing, and laughing.
3. Khul Kabhi Toh
“Khul kabhi to, khul kabhi kahin
Main aasmaan, tu meri zameen”
Just like Haider was a tragedy that was romanticized, winter itself is pretty similar. It is comforting yet it gives us shivers and chills.
There is comfort and warmth yet it makes us uneasy. Khul Kabhi Toh seized that very essence of this season where there is gloominess and vibrancy together.
4. Ishq Wala Love
“Jhaakein baadlon ki jaali ke peeche se
Karein chandini yeh mujhko ittelah
Leke noor sara chand mera yahin pe
Hai chupa chupa hua”
Ishq Wala Love was the most beautiful track from Student Of The Year. With profound lyrics and a love triangle portrayed in the song, the snowfall blended with the chemistry between the actors.
Also, Ishq Wala Love happens only during winter, doesn’t it?
“Gar firdaus, bar-eu-e-zameenast
Hamin-asto, hamin-asto hamin-asto”
Haminastu brings the phrases of Amir Khusrau who defined Kashmir with these beautiful words saying that if there is paradise anywhere on earth, it is in Kashmir.
The song will make you yearn for a trip to Kashmir– Haminastu is the crucial song if you are talking about winters, isn’t it?
6. Na Tum Jaano Na Hum
“Kyon Aati Hai Bahaar
Kyon Lut ta Hai Karaar
Kyon Hota Hai Pyaar
Na Tum Jano Na Hum”
We get it that our laziness is stopping us from planning a trip in winters but isn’t it nice to vibe with Na Tum Jaano Na Hum while getting the wave of nostalgia as well?
Who doesn’t remember Hrithik Roshan and Amisha Patel and the chemistry between the two in this song.
7. Yeh Haseen Vadiyan
“Ye Haseen Waadiyaan Ye Khula Aasmaan Aa Gaye Hum Kahan Aye Mere Saajna”
You are transported to the ‘90s and you are shuffling through your cassette listening to songs by A. R. Rahman when suddenly Yeh Haseen Vadiyan starts playing.
A beautiful sky and scenic valleys– sums up the winter view right?
8. Mere Haath Mein
“Mere Haath Mein Tera Haath Ho Saari Jannatein Mere Saath Ho”
If there was a Hindi version of Perfect by Ed Sheeran, this would be it.
As soon as Mere Haath Mein starts playing you can’t help but imagine snowfall surrounding you and you are dancing with your person with fairy lights clinging from the trees while the charming lyrics from the song with its romantic tune continues.
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