Top 11 Indi-Pop Songs Of 90s You Have Almost Forgotten

Bollywood is hip and happening and there is forever a flow of trends. Everyday sees the rise of new trends and we love to revel in it. Music industry has been the biggest trend setter so far. Such has been its impact that its songs have been heard even in the farfetched nations of the world. Disco Deewane was one album of 80s that created a buzz all around the world. It was revamped with Kjo’s SOTY and even now it has become every discotheques favorite number!

We’d rather call this an ode to the 90s because it was a psychedelic phase of our life where music filled in for colors. It was a phase where each day saw the birth of new music album. We got the best of Bollywood singers from these albums. In fact it was in 90s that Indi-pop emerged as an alternative to Bollywood music.

So without much ado, here are the top Indi-pop songs of 90s that you have almost forgotten!

Miss India

This song by Mehnaz Hoosein was a popular song of the early 90s. She won the Channel V Music Award for Best Female Pop Vocalist for this song.

Bhai-Mumbhai

Rapped by Javed Jaffery this one was a hit track from the film Bombay Boys.

Jane Kisne

It was a time when everyone was trying themselves as singers and Shamiak too had to get the whiff of it.

Ho Gayee Hai Mohabbat Tumse

This track by Aslam and Shibani featured Shibani Kashyap in her most ravishing avatar.

Duniya

Splashing the rangeele ragas of Rageshwari this track was the most loved track of 90s.

Afreen

Starring Lisa Rani Ray this one by Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan was the most heartwarming song.

Kesriya

Suneeta Rao was at her perky best with her hippie style to team with the track.

Sayonee

First international smash hit song from Junoon’s album Azaadi which topped All Asian Charts and stayed at the No. 1 position on MTV and Channel V.

Wo Chali

The gem of a singer Neeraj Shridhar was the voice behind the success of Bombay Vikings.

Yeh Hawa

One loveliest track from Aryans!

Tera Milna

Sonu Nigam’s solo makes us fall in love with love and introduces the black beauty of Bollywood for the first time ever.

We will be back with more divine melodies from 90s. Meanwhile write to us which is your favourite solo from 90s.

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