We have often read or heard people saying that we should never let a child die and we think this is the most beautiful advice that no one has ever shared. With all the hush and the crowd somewhere, we often forget to tune in with the child with us and get so busy with work that we forget to enjoy life. Children teach us to be careless and we feel that there is nothing better than Bollywood songs to take us back in time and relive childhood memories of this Children’s Day. Children’s Day 2019: Funny memories and jokes that are proof of us being adults!
So now that we are just one day away from celebrating Children’s Day (November 14), let us take you on a musical ride of some retro songs that will definitely make you dance like a child. From “Little Munches Bachache “ Service “Lucky saddle ”, Here are 5 songs that will make you remember your childhood.
Asha Bhosle and Mohammed Rafi songs Boot polish Titled “Little Munches Bachache ” The song is one that still makes you all happy. This classic song from the 1954 film had a beautiful message for all of us and would definitely make you think of the days when you were careless and ready to conquer the world. The song features veteran actor David Abraham Cheulkar as a teacher, who educates Slum’s children about self-esteem and a bright future.
This song is close to everyone’s heart because once in childhood we must have heard that our parents sing this song for us. “Lucky saddle ” From the 1983 film Innocent Still remains one of the most popular tracks and we are sure that you will not be able to stop yourself from singing along with the song every time. This song, sung by Gauri Bapat, Gurpreet Kaur and Vanita Mishra, was all about the innocence and senselessness of children.
We brother agar bachache hut
Birthdays were the most important day in our childhood and this song is about that special day. Very relatable song, with a very catchy tune. “We too are children You go back in time and celebrate one last grand birthday with friends and family like the good old days. The song, sung by Mohammad Rafi, Asha Bhosle and Manna Dey, is from the 1964 film Door voice.
Never cry cry
“Never cry never cry” From the 1972 film Our country There is a lesson that we all need during our childhood. Geet teaches us how in life, there will be many obstacles but we have to fight with our full strength. Featuring Rajesh Khanna, Manmohan Krishna, the song was sung by Kishore Kumar and will be in our hearts forever. Children’s Day 2019: Embrace your inner child in 6 fun ways and forget about being an adult for a day.
Nani teri morni ko
We all love our grandmother and this song takes us back to the golden days when we used to holiday at our granny’s house. “Nani teri morni ko “ From the 1960 film Innocent There is one song that we have sung the most during my childhood. Ashok Kumar, Sarosh Irani, Honey Irani and Mohan Choti starred in the lead roles, the song was voiced by Ranu Mukherjee.
Well, we hope that our playlist has helped you become indifferent and in tune with your inner child. Wishing everyone a very Happy Children’s Day.
(The above story first appeared on November 13, 2020 01:43 PM IST. For more news and updates on politics, the world, sports, entertainment and lifestyle, log on to our website as latest.)