Critics consider Malaika Arora to be one of the best dancers in Bollywood. The model paved her way into our hearts with Chaiyya Chaiyya, featuring her and Shah Rukh Khan in Dil Se in the early 2000s. Since then, we can’t have enough of her. Malaika Arora has had several chartbusters, both in the movies and in the realm of music videos. She was also part of Ab Ke Saawan, the iconic song voiced by Shubha Mudgal.
Here’s a list of the top 5 Malaika Arora Songs
- Chaiyya Chaiyya
Of course, you can’t discuss Malaika Arora without talking about Chaiyya Chaiyya, one of the most popular songgs of the 2000s. Everything was revolutionary about the song, the rustic voice, the choreography atop a train, and the sizzling, innocent chemistry between Shah Rukh and Malaika is the stuff of legends.
- Maahi Ve
Malaika Arora once again stole the hearts of the audience with this song from Kaante. Malaika played a bit role in this movie, which even Quentin Tarantino said was better than his own Reservoir Dogs, which apparently inspired this. She plays a bar dancer who loves a criminal who is about to commit a crime that might make or break their love story. This song plays during the heist.
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- Munni Badnaam Hui
And then, just when we were supposed to forget Malaika, she returned to the chartbusting list with Munni Badnaam Hui, which featured her brother-in-law Salman Khan in Dabangg. The movie as well as the song was a legit blockbuster and Malaika Arora gave some credibility to the world of glamor songs in Bollywood.
- Hello Hello
Once Malaika got into the glamour song zone and gave us Munni Badnaam Hui, there was no turning back for her. She’s been part of several glamour songs post that, and Hello Hello makes this list because of the movie it’s in, Pataka, one of the most underrated movies in Bollywood. Malaika performs this song in a rustic atmosphere, wherein she’s entertaining a hundred percent male audience.
- Anarkali Disco Chali
Anarkali Disco Chali is, as the name suggests, a disco song that has Malaika doing what she does best, stealing hearts and dancing her way into them. The song was a chartbuster when it released, and still finds playtime in the party songs, whenever there’s a party in the neighborhood, you can count on hearing this song. The song is one of the few that brings out the traditional musical items with the modern ones, including synth sounds, creating a catchy symphony for the audience to lap up – and lap up they did.
These are the top Malaika Arora songs. Think we missed out on any? Tell us in the comments section. Do you like articles like these? Don’t forget to visit www.bechuzi.com.