• Friday, June 18, 2021
India corona update 
Total Fatalities 383,490
Total Cases 29,762,793
Today's Fatalities 1,587
Today's Cases 62,480
India corona update 
Total Fatalities 383,490
Total Cases 29,762,793
Today's Fatalities 1,587
Today's Cases 62,480

TOP LISTS

Birthday Special: Top 5 songs of Shruti Haasan

Shruti Haasan (Photo by AFP via Getty Images)

By: MurtuzaNullwala

By Murtuza Iqbal 

Shruti Haasan made her acting debut with the Hindi film Luck and then went to star in many successful films down South and some Hindi films as well. In her career spanning more than a decade, she has proved her mettle as an actress and has been a part of the songs that went on to become a chartbuster.

Today, on Shruti’s 35th birthday let’s look at the list of top five songs of the actress…

Luck Aazma

Luck failed to make a mark at the box office, but the music of the film was loved by one and all. Shruti featured and sung the rock version of the title track Luck Aazma and with that song, she proved that she is a true rockstar.

Jeene Laga Hoon

Jeene Laga Hoon from Ramaiya Vastavaiya was a beautiful romantic track. Shruti played the role of a small-town girl in the film and looked super cute in the desi avatar.

Madamiyan

In Bollywood, we haven’t seen Shruti Haasan in many dance numbers. But, she got a chance to showcase her amazing dancing skills in the song Madamiyan from the movie Tevar. Her thumkas surely impressed us a lot.

Coffee Peetey Peetey

We have one more romantic track featuring Shruti on the list, Coffee Peetey Peetey from Gabbar Is Back. It was a wonderful song and the actress looked gorgeous in the ultra-glam avatar in the track.

Jaanu

Last on the list we have, Jaanu from Behen Hogi Teri. It was a recreated version of the track Jaanu Meri Jaan from Shaan, and Shruti Haasan and Rajkummar Rao, both the actors showed off their dancing skills in the track.

Eastern Eye

Related Stories

Eastern Eye

Videos

Sherni Movie Review | Vidya Balan | Vijay Raaz |…
Vidya Balan on Sherni, shooting in a jungle, Oscars, sexism…
Anil Sharma on 20 years of Gadar, the iconic hand…