Udit Narayan is one of the most influential playback singers of the country. He was most active in the nineties, and he still belts out some superb songs in Bollywood. Currently, his son, Anant Narayan is looking to make his mark in the industry. Udit Narayan is famous as Shah Rukh Khan’s voice. Before SRK and Sonu Nigam became a hit jodi he rendered the songs.

Here’s a quick list of the top Udit Narayan songs.

  • Taaro Ka Chamakta Gehna Ho

Taaro Ka Chamakta Gehna Ho is from Hum Tumhare Hai Sanam, a movie that stars Salman Khan, Shah Rukh Khan and Madhuri Dixit. The song was a chartbuster and is very popular even today. Udit Narayan renders the song in an excellent manner, and his hold on the tone and lilt of a song is out for all to experience in this song. The song is a mid-tone that rises as the music movies, Udit Narayan controls the lilt like only he can.

  • Bheed Mein Tanhai Mein

Bheed Mein Tanhai Mein features Emraan Hashmi, and it is one of the most popular heartbreak song before Arijit Singh owned that genre. It’s ultra popular and you will find it on many of the retro playlists that we hear on the streaming channels. This is an emotional song, and Udit Narayan does a great job of using his vocals to bring out the pangs and desolation of a broken heart.

More Popular Udit Narayan Songs

  • Bholi Si Surat

Bholi Si Surat was one of the most popular chartbusters from the nineties. It’s from the Yash Chopra movie Dil To Pagal Hai and features Madhuri Dixit and Karisma Kapoor. This a fun song, with lyrics that are as young as they are unique. Again, Udit Narayan tames the innocent absurdity of the song and takes it a few notices ahead.

  • Kyon Kisi Ko

Whenever a singer takes a high note, there’s a possibility that he or she won’t be able to hold it. But when you have Udit Narayan at the helm, you don’t need to worry about such aspects. Udit was popular for his songs that went toa a high tone immediately, and Kyon Kisi Ko is one of them. Again, you will find this song on a lot of playlists, including the best of nineties. Kyon Kisi Ko is a very emotional song from a very emotional movie, Tere Naam and features Salman Khan, though his character doesn’t sing the song.

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