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  • Youngistaan

    Jackky Bhagnani attempts another shot at stardom in the forthcoming flick Youngistaan, a love story set against the backdrop of Indian politics.
  • Queen

    Released at the same time as AR Rahman’s Highway, Amit Trivedi’s Queen succeeds in making a mark for itself and reigning the music charts.
  • Gulaab Gang

    The album kicks off with the rousing title track Gulaabi. Malabika Brahma and Shilpa Rao infuse this anthem-like number with tremendous energy with their distinct vocals.
  • Shaadi Ke Side Effects

    The opening track Harry is not a brahmchari is a techno bhangra mash-up that’s a tad loud but catchy.
  • Hasee Toh Phasee

    Zehnaseeb is possibly one of the most endearing songs you will listen to this year – a simple, lilting melody sung brilliantly by Chinmayi Sripaada and composer Shekar Ravjiani.
  • Gunday

    Jashn-e-Ishqa is an adrenaline rush – a macho song of celebration. The composer uses bass drums and electric guitars to give the track a rock flavour.
  • Jai Ho

    Salman Khan returns to cinemas after a year and a half with Jai Ho, a remake of the Telugu film Stalin.
  • High Five

    In the second part of our special series, we take a look at the top five songs of 2013. Chartbusters that generated hysteria among the audience:
  • 2013- Music To Our Ears

    Top 10 Hindi Songs of the Year (Part 1)
  • Jackpot

    Arijit Singh shines in the opening track Kabhi jo baadal barse, a soulful, romantic ballad composed by Sharib and Toshi.
  • R… Rajkumar

    Prabhudeva’s films are unabashedly loud, with over-the-top drama, intricately choreographed song sequences and mind-numbing action pieces.
  • Gori Tere Pyaar Mein

    YouTube singing star Sanam Puri shines in his big Bollywood debut Dhat teri ki, a frothy, retro-style dance number.

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