sister is your best friend, your partner in crime, your source of
support as well as a secret keeper. In short, she's the person you first
turn to for advice. Get ready to show your sister some love on this
special day as August 4th marks Sister's Day! Keeping this in mind, BollyCurry brings to you some of our favorite songs that we would like to dedicate to sisters all over the world!
"Phoolon Ka Taaron Ka" from the movie Hare Rama Hare Krishna
a super hit in 1971. Lyricist Anand Bakshi had chosen the beautiful
voice of Lata Mageshkar to sing the female version while the male
version of the same was sung by Kishore Kumar. The song had a magical
touch, not just because of whom it was sung by, but because it essayed a
relationship of two siblings who were separated due to their parents'
divorce, leading to a sweet reunion later. This is one unforgettable
song that was recently also used by a Star Plus TV show - Ek Hazaaron Main Meri Behna Hai.
Laga Chunari Main Daag
an exceptional movie where Rani Mukherjee's portrayal of being the
eldest daughter and a loving sister was strong and pivotal. The songs,
helmed by Shantanu Moitra and the lyrics penned by Swanand Kirkire,
shook the audience and left them joyfully excited. "Hum Toh Aise Hain
Bhayyia" is the song that belongs to the sisters, showing how different
two sisters can be but once it comes to family matters, all sisters
stand as one. The enchanting voice of Shreya Ghoshal along with the
powerful voice belonging to Sunidhi Chauhan definitely does a number on
Once again, Kishore Kumar's "Meri Pyari Behaniya Banegi Dulhaniya" from the movie Sachha Jhutha
was an startlingly impressive song where the lyrics leave the brother
crying at the farewell of his sister whilst the sister is left feeling
empty and hollow from losing the love of her sibling. So popular is the
song that Indeevar's lyrics and Kalyanji Anandji's music direction still
has the song being played at current desi
The Rekha starrer movie Khubsoorat
released in 1980. While the movie did not go well with the audience,
the song "Sun Sun Sun Didi Tere Liye Ek Rishta Aaya Hai" left them
lingering with laughter. Sang by the melodious Asha Bhosle while the
lyrics were lent by Gulzar, the music direction belongs to the evergreen
R. D. Burman. The song can be found categorized under the marriage
songs section, but should it exist, it can be also found under the ched chad
where the younger sister teases the older sister and leaves her in want
of answers after announcing that a potential suitor has been found for
Released in 1994 starring Madhuri Dixit and Salman Khan, Hum Aapke Hain Koun..!
the love of two sisters to such an extent that at the death of the
elder sister (Pooja), the younger one (Nisha) decides to sacrifice her
love to give proper care and attention to her demised sisters orphan
child. However, before the emotional drama, we have the godh bharai
of Pooja where her devar
Nisha get in a odd situation of sorts. With the song "Didi Tera Devar
Deewana" playing in the background, Nisha imitates the childish acts of
Prem. The words penned perfectly by Dev Kohli and sung by Lata Mageshkar
and S. P. Balasubrahmanyam give the song it's final touch that still
makes it to the list of wedding songs played today.Vivah
a movie that focuses on the love story and the change of relationships
for both intended parties of a marriage, with the climax consisting of
Poonam being stuck inside a house on fire trying to save her younger
cousin sister, Chotti. The song "O Jiji" exhibits the moment of teasing
that the younger siblings usually get the opportunity of achieving.
Poonam, played by Amrita Rao, is eagerly awaiting the arrival of Prem,
played by Shahid Kapoor, but is eventually caught by Chotti trying to
spy his arrival from the rooftop. The song is an accomplished piece of
work by music director Ravindra Jain, with the playback completed by
Shreya Ghoshal and Pamela Jain.
this is just a small contribution from BollyCurry towards Sister's Day,
we hope you sing your favorite song to your sister (and perhaps get on
her nerves too.) Until then, do leave us with comments on which your
favorite sisterly song is.
Author: Saraa K.
Editor: Fariha L. & Jenifer Y.
Graphics: Marsh P.