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7 BEST LORD SHIVA SONGS FROM BOLLYWOOD MOVIES

7 Best Lord Shiva Songs From Bollywood Movies You Must Listen To

 

Lord Shiva! The creator and the destroyer. He is Mahadeva, the Supreme God. He is Nataraja, the god of dance, whose tandava destroys everything and opens the way for a replacement creation while the lasya natana together with his wife symbolizes love and romance.

We have always worshiped Lord Shiva and tried to understand his mysterious ways through the knowledge our scriptures provide us. Hindi Movies have had many songs dedicated to Lord Shiva, here is the list of only ten of the best Lord Shiva songs from Hindi Movies that you should definitely add to your playlist.

Namo Namo

Many people remember Kedarnath as one of the last great films of the late Sushant Singh Rajput. The film also boasts of an excellent music album. Among others, in song, Namo Namo, music and voice of Amit Trivedi and lyrics by Amitabh Bhattacharya as well as the picturesque location make it a must-do musical experience.

 

Jai Jai Shivshankar

Rajesh Khanna and Mumtaz dance to this evergreen song by Kishore Kumar and Lata Mangeshkar, to music by the iconic R.D. Burman. Kishore Kumar’s mischief is evident as he improvised the memorable part “Are bajao re bajao, imandaari se bajao, pachaas hazaar rupaye kharch kar diye” teasing the producer who complained about the increasing expenses.

This song was shot with the Shankaracharya temple of Lord Shiva in Kashmir within the background, and therefore the drunken acting of the celebs makes for a hilarious scene with the devotion still intact.

 

Satyam Shivam Sundara

This is how Pandit Narendra Sharma simply explains credence. It is the truth, and it is beautiful. The Nightingale of India, Lata Mangeshkar lent her voice to the present incredibly beautiful song by Laxmikant-Pyarelal from the 1978 film Satyam Shivam Sundaram.

Zeenat Aman plays on screen, still beautiful, and Shashi Kapoor watches her in awe. The song was and continues to be one of Bollywood’s most popular songs, with several versions released of it.

 

Shiv Tandav 

This piece by Manikarnika features the singing of the stotram Shiv Tandav as Kangana Ranaut as the Rani of Jhansi kills some Brits to try to protect her son from all the bad guys.

Jisshu Sengupta also dazzles viewers in his brief appearance. The music of Shankar Ehsaan Loy and voice of Shankar Mahadevan also because the chorus of Mani Mahadevan, Ravi Mishra, Binaya Mohanty, Latesh Poojary and Mohammed Arshad will send chills down your spine with how good it sounds.

 

Om Namah Shivaay

“Bhakton ki kare sahaay, shivaay”. Sunny Deol and Preity Zinta in this song from the movie Bhaiaji Superhit in the voices of Sukhwinder Singh and Aakanksha Sharma, and the amazing rap of Raftaar, in the music of Raghav Sachar, and the lyrics of Shabbir Ahmad.

The song shows true and pure devotion to the Lord and to like , and is one among Lord Shiva’s best songs in Hindi movies.

 

Shankara Re Shankara

Shankara Re Shankara is from the film Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior, supported the lifetime of brave warrior Tanaji Malusare, which shook the foundations of the Mughal emperor four decades ago. The song is sung and features Ajay Devgn in the video and composed by Mehul vyas.

The song evokes Marathi feelings and a sense of patriotism towards our homeland as we remember the brave warriors who were born on our soil and were forever immortalized with their undying love for their homeland. Above all, the dholak gives a refreshing rhythm to the song.

 

Mann Mein Shiva

Mann Mein Shiva from the film Panipat with Arjun Kapoor and Kriti Sanon within the lead role, shows us the celebrations of the Marathas after the Maratha flag was hoisted by the military for the primary time under the leadership of Sadashiv Rao Bhau.

They praise Lord Shiva and Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, mixing the two beautifully in the words of Javed Akhtar. The song is voiced by Kunal Ganjawala, Deepanshi Nagar, Padmanabh Gaikwad, and the music is by Ajay-Atul. Traditional instruments are wont to give the song the sensation of a folk piece.


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