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The bond shared by mother and child is very special, and Bollywood has very often cashed upon it. Hindi cinema has not only given us iconic dialogues on mothers like, ‘mera paas maa hai’, but have also given us various songs that bring out the various moods and types of relationships that child shares with his/her mother.
This Mother's Day let us take a look at some of the most iconic songs in Bollywood that have been dedicated to our beloved mothers.
This song beautifully captures the emotion of being away from your mum, the times when you miss her, for all the love and care she showers your way. Sung by Kailash Kher for the movie Dasvidaniya, this song truly encapsulates the hardships and pain of being away from your mother. The song video also manages to beautifully depict the mother-son relationship in the movie. This song became so popular that it was used by a popular fast food brand for a promotional campaign.
This heart-wrenching song talks about the unflinching trust of the child in his mother. The song is picturised on Tisca Chopra and Darsheel Safary and describes the poignant mother-child relationship. Sung by Shankar Mahadevan and with lyrics like, ‘Yuun to main dikhlaata nahi, teri parwaah karta hoon main maa. Tujhe sab hai pata, hai na maa…’ this song is sure to leave us all misty-eyed.
Filmed on Waheeda Rehman facing the funeral pyre of her son, this song talks about the loss of one’s child and the pain that comes with it. While the song flows like a conversation, it is largely about a parent coming to terms with the loss of her child and dealing with her own grief. This song saw Lata Mangeshkar and AR Rehman joining forces and beautifully putting across the anguish of heartbreak.
This melodious song sung by Atif Aslam shows the many moods of the mother-child bond. Filmed on Shahid Kapur and Padmini Kolhapure, this song captures the essence of motherhood via many cute moments shown in the video.
This song from the movie Neerja is beautiful not only because of the melody but also, for the deep meaning lyrics. This song takes you through the evolution of this mother-daughter bond and how deep and irreplaceable is the mother's love. With lines like, ‘Teri nazar se mujhe dekhe na jahaan, duniya ko toh daantegi na, daantegi na Maa’, it is sure to strike a chord with listeners.
Picturised on the most iconic mother of Bollywood, Nirupa Roy, and this song is one of the most popular songs on Mothers in the history of Bollywood. Recreated by various artists, this song by Lata Mangeshkar is credited for immortalizing mothers on the silver screen.
Team Follo wishes all the mothers, ‘Happy Mother’s Day!’
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