On-screen, Bollywood and horror do not combine well. Nonetheless, numerous directors have frightened audiences with ghost stories and frightening plots over the years. Whereas some filmmakers have fallen short of expectations, Indian composers have surpassed them.
Visuals aren’t everything. Close your eyes and let Lata Mangeshkar’s voice transport you to a terrifying fantasy.
If that isn’t enough, playing some contemporary songs sung by contemporary vocalists is similarly terrifying. But, which tracks should you pay attention to?
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1. Aapke Pyaar Mein – Raaz (2002)
Aapke Pyaar Mein, a song from the musically successful film Raaz, was filmed on Dino Morea and Malini Sharma.
This is a unique horror film in that its songs have gained a lot of attention. This heartfelt song was performed by Alka Yagnik.
It was unavoidable to leave this song out. One of the best horror songs for setting the mood on terrifying evenings, but you must sing along because you already know the lyrics.
2. Tum Ho Mera Pyaar – Haunted
This song begins with a soothing melody, and when the chorus arrives, it is both powerful and wonderful. You want to listen to it again and again.
3. Uska Hi Bana – 1920 Evil Returns
Uska Hi Bana is the most underappreciated song that deserves all of your affection. This song is a real feast for the ears.
This song can only be described in two words: hauntingly lovely.
4. Mera Saaya Saath Hoga – Mera Saaya
Mera Saaya Saath Hoga is a melancholy and heartbreaking song featuring Lata Mangeshkar’s renowned voice. The song is from Raj Khosla’s mystery film Mera Saaya, and it stars Suni Dutt and Sadhna.
Listen to the song and you’ll get the impression that her wife is still with him even after he’s passed away.
5. Deewana Kar Raha Hai – Raaz 3
The movie didn’t go well, but the incredible chorus of this song, where the lyrics are whispered in our ears, gives us goosebumps.
6. Kaise Bataaoon Tujhe – 3G
Many of us have forgotten about this film, but whenever Kaise Bataaoon Tujhe is played, our brain recalls how this lovely song makes us feel.
The actress Sonal Chauhan and our very own KK sing this love song.
7. Suna Suna Lamha Lamha – Krishna Cottage
One of the best horror tracks is Suna Suna Lamha Lamha. The song, which was filmed with Sohail Khan and Isha Koppikar, adds an emotive and eerie touch to the ambiance.
This lovely song from the horror film Krishna Cottage was sung by Shreya Ghosal. When you’re lonely and waiting for your love, listen to this song.
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