Sadhana Sargam is one of the most popular Bollywood singers. She made her debut in the eighties and has been going strong since then.  She has sung more than 15000 songs in various languages, predominently Hindi and Marathi. Sadhana Sargam, in her time, has given her voice to almost every top actress in Bollywood.

Here is a list of the top 5 Sadhana Sargam songs

  • Pehla Nasha

Sadhana Sargam’s widely popular song was Pehla Nasha, which featured Aamir Khan and Ayesha Jhulka from Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar. Sadhana’s voice is unique and has a warmer tone than many other singers in Bollywood, making her’s a unique voice in India.

  • Saat Samundar Paar

Saat Samundar Paar is a Viju Shah melody, and it has everything that India had a lot of in the nineties. This song has verve, sass and a confidence that it can dally along with any other superhit song of its time. Critics consider Viju Shah to be one of the best composers in the Electronci era. This song is one of the first ones that sprang from his repertoire.

More Sadhana Sargam Songs

  • Bin Saajan Jhoola Jhulu

Sadhana Sargam rendered this song for Damini, one of the most important movies in Bollywood. This song features Meenakshi Sheshadri and Rishi Kapoor. In the nineties, directors set their songs during stage shows, and Bin Saajan Jhoola Jhulu is one of those. The song has a young innocence to it.

  • Kuch Na Kaho

1942 – A Love Story didn’t do that well at the box office, but it reignited an interest in the music of RD Burman. A new generation and audience was bowled over by the  breezy, clean lyrics and the musical arangements that they had never experience before this. Sadhana Sargam was the forefront of all this with her rendition of Kuch Na Kaho. 1942: A Love Story is one of the best soundtracks in Bollywood. It routinely makes the list of 100 must listen tracks, top tracks of the nineties, so on and so forth.

  • Aaiye Aapka Intezaar Tha

Aaiye Aapka Intezaar Tha features Ajay Devgn and Tabu. The song became a legit sensation back in the nineties and propelled the popularity of both Devgn and Tabu. Sadhana Sargam does a great job with this song, in which a lover welcomes her hearthrob and decides to do away with the cudgels of society. The song was a regular on the music shows back then, and still finds airplay on the radio and music channels that play great, retro music.

These are some of the most popular and successful Sadhana Sargam songs. Do you think we missed out on any? Tell us in the comments section. Want in on more exciting listicles like this? Bookmark