The life of Shah Rukh Khan in films can be called nothing but satire. He has declared himself shy and controversial and the man has chosen a career in films, the man has also confessed to feeling shy towards women, and in a way, is responsible for redefining romance on celluloid. The style of romance and especially the style of Shahrukh Khan is incomplete and incredible without his songs and unforgettable tunes.
But then there are some tracks from his films that he didn’t get the love he needed or maybe needed. As the man gets a year older, he needs some very vague and inappropriately overlooked songs that should be a little more popular:
1. Dekho Dekho Chamatkar- Chamatkar (1992)
This was the first time we saw the infallible and vulnerable Shah Rukh Khan, who comes to Simpleton Mumbai, deceived by his friend, visits the cemetery for shelter, meets a ghost and befriends him. The ghost confesses his sins, the beautiful-playing Khan, corrects him. Money needs hard work, they do a work on the streets of Mumbai, imaginatively choreographed and wonderfully designed. Surprisingly, few people turn to this track again, especially Khan’s fans.
2. Aana Mere Pyaar Ko- Kabhi Hun Kabhi Na (1994)
Hindi cinema is incomplete without singing hero and dancing for the heroine of pride, and Kundan Shah’s Kabhi Hum Kabhi Na, considered as Khan’s best film and acting, has a song – Ana Mere Pyaar Ko. Sunil has not only lied about this, he has discredited her in the eyes of his potential suitor due to jealousy and insecurity, and he is expected to be angry. Apart from Kumar Sanu there is hardly any singer who can pull the tune, and this is one of them, even if it is an underrated song.
3. Wow G Wow – Duplicate (1998)
Kumar Sanu has skillfully choreographed, from the duplicate, Wah Ji Wah, in stark contrast to the song, in stark contrast to Anu Malik’s composition, and in contrast to the SRK track. Again, this is a film that showcases the silly side of the romantic star of cinema. He agrees with the Japanese guests who work in the hotel that he is coming to, he is very cheerful, he is assigned the job of cooking the meal. He’s singing and dancing while cooking, and enjoying the time and process, but not many people know how much fun it is to hear this song.
4. Roshni Se- Asoka (2001)
Asoka is one of Khan’s most ambitious films, driven by a pulsing soundtrack and powered by a stunning canvas. One of the last collaborations between Khan and Abhijeet Bhattacharya, Roshni Sen was creatively shot and had a smooth feature for her. Santosh Shiva gave the play a fun twist to the second part of this period, and it is very clear from the way he performed his songs, this is one of them. The electric chemistry of Kareena Kapoor Khan and Shah Rukh Khan was just a cherry on the cake.
5. Phir Raat Kati – Paheli (2005)
The actor’s second failed experiment was about Amol Palekar’s first married woman and the love story of a ghost. The ghost, the shape-shifter, takes the form of her husband, forming a bond with him. The song, Phir Raat Kati, comes to an end, and is beautifully shot with Khan, Rani Mukherjee and some puppets. It depicts a puppet, something we don’t often see in movies today.
6. Journey – When Harry Met Sejal (2017)
Jab Harry Met Sejal is one of Khan’s most memorable films, with one of his most underrated soundtracks. The film begins with the song Safar, in which Khan is a tourist guide in his travel mode. The actor started working early in his career, the film gave him the opportunity to do everything he couldn’t actually do, except for this song, which established the metaphor for Imtiaz Ali’s metaphor.
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