Kyun Judaa To Rubaru: 10 ZEE5 Original Songs That Are Just As Good As The Series

Jessica David

April 20, 2020


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1. Kyun Judaa - Never Kiss Your Best Friend

The soundtrack is what makes a movie or series reach out to the audience much more. Melodies and lyrics tug at heartstrings and churn emotions inside a listener. A bunch of talented musicians and vocalists have made wonderful music in ZEE5 Original series like State of Siege: 26/11 and Broken But Beautiful Season 2. Here is a list of songs that are as enjoyable as their stories, for all music lovers:

1. Kyun Judaa – Never Kiss Your Best Friend

Penned and composed by Yash Narvekar, Kyun Judaa is the ballad from Never Kiss Your Best Friend that Sumer’s heart sings out for Tanie. Lending his voice to it, Armaan Malik has emoted the pain of unanswered questions with utmost honesty. It won the most-viewed music video award at the High Five on ZEE5 Awards!

2. Nazneena - Fittrat

A beautiful romantic number laced with simple lyrics and accentuated by medium-paced beats, Nazneena is composed for Fittrat by Sandman. Penned by Mehmood Arafat, it hits you right in the feels while Altamash Faridi and Jonita Gandhi’s voice fuel you with tons of passion. The track will surely remind you of Vir-Tarini’s sizzling chemistry.

3. Phirse Pyaar Hua - Love Bites

Enjoy this foot-tapping song from Love Bites titled as Phirse Pyaar Hua. Written by Mandy Gill, the lyrics are relatable to any and every person in or out of love. Akashdeep Sengupta has lent his voice to the lead character, Vishwas. The tune is composed by Mukund Shrikant and has got the Mumbaiya vibe to it.

4. Rubaru - Jamai 2.0

Lead actor Ravi Dubey who essays Sid in Jamai 2.0 series, went behind the mic for the first time to record the romantic track named Rubaru. Penned by Saurabh Kunwar and Abhishek Kumar, the lyrics, “Tujhse hi rooh judi, mujhme basti hai tu” surely sprinkles some love in the air. Composed by Ravi Singhal, it is a track that everyone can sing when they feel romantic, even they can’t hit the right notes.

5. Sahas Ki Vijay - State of Siege: 26/11

Sahas Ki Vijay is more of a bravery anthem, and a war cry from the crime-thriller series State of Siege: 26/11. Written by Kunaal Vermaa, the lyrics are bound to fill you with pride and patriotism. Music composer Ravi Singhal has collaborated with vocalist Divya Kumar to render a tribute to the martyred soldiers of our country.

6. Sukoon - It Happened In Calcutta

It Happened In Calcutta‘s title track Sukoon fully lives up to its name. Akhil Sachdeva’s calming voice will give you peace of mind and help you relax. The lyrics literally say, “There’s peace in the breeze, there’s tranquillity in the air.” It symbolises the immeasurable love that Kusum and Ronobir feel for each other even after nine long years of separation.

7. Teri Hogaiyaan - Broken But Beautiful Season 2

Teri Hogaiyaan is a song that describes how a male emotes a female feeling. From Sameera’s perspective, it is sung by Vishal Mishra in Broken But Beautiful Season 2. More than a track, it is a confession of submission to Veer with love. This heart-warming melody also has a reprise version which is sung by the lead actress, Harleen Sethi.

8. O Chunarwali - The Casino

Sung by Dev Negi, Ikka and Saloni Thakkar, this celebration song is picturised on Karanvir Bohra, Mandana Karimi and Aindrita Ray. From the crime-thriller series The Casino, the track O Chunarwali released during Holi but fits every occasion. Composed by Poonam, it has a party vibe with peppy beats. With the reference of Krishna-Radha Rasleela, its lyrics are penned by Shabbir Ahmed.

9. Woh Din Yaad Aande Ne - Code M

Composed by The Bandwagon, Woh Din Yaad Aande Ne literally means I miss those days. Sung by Piyush Mehroliyaa and Shreya Jain, the song is a message to Major Monica Mehra, the crime-thriller series Code M. It takes you through the transition in her relationship with fiancé Dashrath Arora aka Dash. While Monica goes on a mission, Dash cherishes her memories.

10. Rangbaaz Phirse title track

Composed by the talented Ravi Singhal, the title track of Rangbaaz Phirse is a powerful declaration. Divya Kumar has lent his voice to the words penned by Kunaal Vermaa. Picturised on Jimmy Shergill’s character Amarpal Singh, the beats translate his fearless and raw attitude. A few seconds into the song, you will definitely be nodding your head with the rhythm.

To enjoy more of such amazing tracks ranging from heartbreak to hope, watch interesting stories on ZEE5 Originals exclusively.

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