Top Seven Pankaj Udhas Songs That Never Get Old

The Indian music industry today  bids farewell to the iconic ghazal and playback singer, Pankaj Udhas, who passed away at the age of 72. His departure echoes a big void in the music world that resonated with countless hearts. Here we commemorate his craft with the top 7 songs from different music albums, celebrated for their emotive lyrics, popularity, and harmonious compositions:

  1. “Chitthi Aayi Hai” from the film Naam (1986) is a heartfelt rendition dedicated to a father yearning for his son’s words from abroad. The song cemented Udhas’s status as a ghazal titan within Bollywood.
  1. “Jeeye To Jeeye Kaise” from Saajan (1991) is an another song which gave voice to the anguish of lovesick hearts caught in a tangled romance, voiced alongside Pankaj Udhas by Kumar Sanu and Anuradha Paudwal.
  2. “Na Kajre Ki Dhar” from Mohra (1994), a charming duet set to the tune of Viju Shah and penned by Indeevar, showcases the captivating chemistry of its stars voiced perfectly by Pankaj Udhas.
  3. “Aur Ahista Kijiye Baatein” is a serene ghazal that unfolds the tender narrative of blooming love.
  4. “Thodi Thodi Piya Karo” is a light-hearted ghazal with a jesting tone that nudges the audience towards moderate indulgence and the joys of existence.
  5. “Chandi Jaisa Rang Hai Tera” epitomizes the elegance and allure of a beloved, immortalized in Udhas’s signature voice.
  6. “Phir Haath Mein Sharab Hai” embraces the revelry, fun and the philosophy of enjoying the day through classic ghazal stylings.

The shocking news of Pankaj Udhas’s demise was today delivered to people and industry by his daughter, in an earnest announcement of his battle with prolonged illness. The artistic legacy, he leaves behind, shall endure in the hearts of his admirers and through the timeless renditions of his voice. We at Filmi Files bid him adieu. May Pankaj Udhas’s soul rest in eternal peace.

By FF Network