Ayushmann Khurrana has accomplished everything. His Ayushmannism has resulted in films that are both entertaining and socially sensitive, and he is the reason why mainland India is becoming more woke.
In today’s world, his portraits of the urban middle-class young Indian man are always enlightening, funny, and vital.
Ayushmann, on the other hand, is more than an actor and a heartthrob. He’s also an excellent singer (which makes him a heartthrob) who has made significant contributions to Bollywood music.
Here are our top ten Ayushmann Khurrana songs, rated (according to our tastes)!
1. Pani Da Rang
In 2003, Ayushmann Khurrana made his acting and singing debut in the romantic comedy Vicky Donor, for which he won a Filmfare Award for Best Male Debut.
It was also in this film that he sang, penned, and composed this exquisite piece with Rochak Kohli.
Paani Da Rang was his first and only Bollywood song. And, much to everyone’s astonishment, it became one of Ayushman Khurrana’s most popular songs.
2. Saadi Galli
The song Saadi Galli from the film Nautanki Saala was an instant hit with the public.
The echoed voices of Neeti Mohan and Ayushmann Khurrana reflect the emotions and passion of romance and love in this Ayushman Khurrana song.
3. O Heeriye
O Heeriye is a soft-rock love ballad in which the actor expresses his feelings for his girlfriend. Every word and beat is filled with passion and love.
This blockbuster song, composed by Rochak Kohli and Ayushmann Khurrana and featuring flawless lyrics and music, became a popular Ayushmann Khurrana song.
4. Mitti Di Khushbhoo
It’s difficult to spend a moment without our loved ones, let alone when you’re away from your homeland. Isn’t that so? Mitti Di Khushboo, the next song on the Ayushmann Khurrana songs list, evokes a sense of longing for home.
This Ayushmann song is about a protagonist who is saddened that he has to leave his nation, his house, and his beloved.
He must abandon everything to achieve his goal. The plot revolves around rain, which reminds him of his homeland’s soil and the fragrance of rain.
5. Nazm Nazm (Unplugged)
The next Ayushmann Khurrana song we’ll discuss is Nazm Nazm, another spectacular number by Ayushmann Khurrana from Bareilly ki Barfi. Arko P. Mukherjee wrote the song’s lyrics and composed the music.
6. Yahin Hoon Main
Yahin Hoon Main, the next Ayushmann Khurrana single, is sung by him and includes Yami Gautam. The song’s melody was composed by Rochak Kohli and Ayushmann Khurrana.
And everyone adores Ayushmann Khurrana’s song. Do you see how Kohli and Khurrana have combined for so many hits?
7. Ik Mulaqaat Unplugged
At first sight, it’s love! This is a term that I’m sure you’ve all heard. Right? What could be more fascinating than having your heart skip a beat at first sight of someone?
Shabbir Ahmed wrote the exquisite lines that depict this pure form of love, and Ayushmann Khurrana sang them.
8. Mere Liye Tum Kafi Ho
In love, who defines genders? Who gets to select who gets to feel and who doesn’t? Who tells you that you should be ashamed of who you are? Nobody. Mere Liye Tum Kaafi Ho is a song by Mere Liye Tum Kaafi Ho.
A narrative about Kartik and Aman, a gay couple who, despite all odds, faced a long and gruelling battle for happiness and didn’t give up until they married each other.
This Ayushman Khurrana song has a romantic air to it, and while listening to it, you may envision yourself with anyone you love.
9. Chan Kitthan
This Ayushmann Khurrana song is a reimagined rendition of a popular Punjabi romantic folk tune.
This song portrays the great anguish that a beloved experiences when they are separated from one another. It’s one of the Kohli-Khurranas once more.
10. Nain Na Jodeen
I’m curious as to how soulful some tunes could be. Don’t you feel your heartstrings being pulled by this song? Along with Neha Kakkar, Ayushman has contributed his voice to the song.
Traditional Punjabi folk “Nain Na Jodee” by Reshma Ji and others inspired this Ayushmann Khurrana song.
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