by ASJAD NAZIR.
TALENTED radio host Dimple Singh regularly entertains listeners of Asian Star 101.6FM
with her show five days a week. Someone who loves being on radio, she regularly plays the
biggest hit songs. Eastern Eye got Dimple to select 10 songs she loves right now…
Tappe 2 by Lakhwinder Wadali and Rupali: This is a catchy song by two talented singers at the top of their game. This is well sung and different to a lot of commercial songs that have been released. I also love the fact that it is full of fun.
Dil Diyan Gallan from Tiger Zinda Hai: Although I enjoy dance songs, I really love romantic songs and this is one of them. This is amazingly sung by the great Atif Aslam. What adds to the song is the wonderful chemistry between Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif onscreen.
Laung Laachi (Title song): This is a title track from a Punjabi film sung so well by Mannat Noor. I love this song because every time I play it on my radio show it makes me dance and brings a smile to my face.
Mile Ho Tum from Fever: This film might have disappeared without a trace, but it left us
this wonderful song which is so heart-touching and sweet. It is really well sung by Neha
Kakkar and Tony Kakkar.
Zaalima from Raees: This is a great duet featuring two of the most talented singers from India. Arijit Singh and Harshdeep Kaur are just brilliant on what is one of my favourite songs. This track has nice lyrics and I loved how it was pictured in the movie on the lead stars.
Jag Ghoomeya (Sultan): He might be a qawwali maestro, but Rahat Fateh Ali Khan has
delivered really great Bollywood songs, and this is definitely one of them. The legendary
maestro is on fine form. It melts my heart every time I listen to it.
Sanam Teri Kasam (Title song): This is a film many people may not have watched, but it does have this lovely track sung by Ankit Tiwari and Palak Muchhal. Like I said, I love romantic songs. This sweet song was elevated to a higher level with the presence of the very handsome Harshvardhan Rane.
Maula Mere Maula from Anwar: A great song will always remain with you. This may
have been released a long time ago but I am still in love with it. I think that the great Roopkumar Rathod has sang it so well.
Suno Na Sangemarmar from Youngistaan: This mind-blowing song is one of my favourites of all-time. The current king of Bollywood playback singing Arijit Singh is just superb on this song. I can have this song on repeat.
Heeriye from Race 3: Last but definitely not least, I like this song from recently-released
film Race 3. It is a great infectious dance number that has that feel-good factor. This is a
song where you do need to turn up the volume!