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Top 10 Melodious and Soulful songs

This is a kind of tag, a very interesting one, as we can explore the world of songs and discover and remember really soothing melodies. Here is where I found it.

There are always two ways to get interesting results from such a situation. One, just give it a rapid fire without thinking. Two, Spend a really lot of time and do a lot of thinking. I am opting for One here. Let me go

My list with no order (I guess I am going to mention multiple languages)

1. Vennilave Vennilave
Movie - Minsara Kanavu.
Music - AR Rahman
Singers - Hariharan, Sadhana Sargam.

2. Nila Nee - (Lucky you songy ! - I am addicted to you right NOW. So :P)
Movie - Pokkisham.
Music - Sabesh Murali
Singers - Vijay Yesudas, Chinmayi (wasn't able to regard it as an all time classic now, especially after seeing the video)

2. Etho Ondru
Movie - Lesa Lesa
Music - Harris Jeyaraj
Singers - Harish Raghavendra, Franko, Srilekha Parthasarathy

3. Anbe Va, En Munbe Va
Movie - Sillunu Oru Kathal
Music - AR Rahman
Singers - Shreya Goshal

4. Ooru Sanam (I like the instrumental version more)
Movie - Mella Thiranthathu Kathavu
Music - Ilayaraja
Singer - Janaki

5. Yaaro Manathile
Movie - Dhaam Dhoom
Music - Harris Jeyaraj
Singer - Bombay Jayashree

6. Poi solla
Movie - April Maadhathil
Music - Yuvan Shankar Raja
Singer - Yuvan Shankar Raja

7. Pehli Nazar Mein
Movie - Race
Music - Pritam Chakraborty (Ok.. he copied, but his flavour is a great plus always)
Singer - Atif Aslam

8. Devathayai Kanden
Movie - Kadhal Konden
Music - Yuvan Shankar Raja
Singer - Harris Raghavendra

9. Kal ho na ho
Movie- Kal ho na ho
Music - Shankar, Ehsaan and Loy
Singer - Sonu Nigam

10. Mudhal Mazhai
Movie - Bheema
Music - Harris Jeyaraj
Singer - R Prasanna, Mahathi, Hariharan

Like I already said.. Its rapid fire, there are lots and lots more in the universe of music all over these years, but I could remember these immediately. Some other worth mentioning extras are Etho Ondru from Lesa Lesa, Katrukullay from Sarvam which I can think of like right now again.

Please take up this tag and include songs from any language and leave me a comment. I will update the post with your post links.


  1. This is the first time I am listening to that 'Nila Nee' song from Pokkisham... Nice one!! A R Rehman songs are always good :-) 'Oru Sanam' is a brialliant song... I liked this song when I was so young, that itself is a testimony to it. Yuvan and Harris Jeyaraj are excellent with melodious songs... Good to see them carry on the tradition of the masteros... Kal ho na ho is an interesting selection - Shankar Ehsaan Loy have given some interesting hits. Mudhal Mazhai from Bheema is another nice song, which I had missed from my radar. Thanks for doing this tag.

    Destination Infinity


    You missed this...!

  3. Nila nee... is really marvellous...! What a song!!!

  4. @Destination Infinity

    Thanks for dropping by.. It was a pleasure to do this tag.. and thank you again for initiating such wonderful tags


    gud to know.. i was also crazy about that, till i saw the video..

    Thayavu Seithu Video mattum paathidatheenga.. I did not like it.. may be others will but why take risk..

  5. Ennavale Adi Ennavale from Kadhalan is also a nice romantic number..


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