Arijit Singh has established himself as one of the most famous singers of his generation, with his smooth, rusty voice striking a chord with people every time he sings a song. Arijit manages to play a romantic, optimistic and lively character with the same ease and passion. Arijit's melodious voice is like honey to our ears. Whether it is because of pain, love or happiness, Arijit songs always convey feelings in the best way.
Arijit Singh made his Bollywood debut with Mithun, “Phir Mohabbat” from Murder 2. Since then, it has been just an arduous journey for him. Arijit's music brand is centered on authenticity and continues to inspire millions of its fans. His music transcends boundaries and people never tire of his songs. Here are some of the songs he gave to the biggest and most recent players in the industry.
Chhapaak Title Track
This song still gives us goosebumps. Gulzar's strong words backed up by Arijit S's powerful voice make you feel the pain and agony of Deepika in the film, who plays the victim of an acid attack. The song sets the pace for the entire movie.
The entire Ae Dil Hai Mushkil album was absolutely amazing. Ranbir Kapoor's sad character couldn't have gotten a better song than Channa Mereya to express himself. On the other hand, ADHD also had other great songs from Arijit. Arijit is best known for singing heartbreaking classics like Agar Tum Saath Ho and Channa Mereya, along with The Breakup Song, and manages to bring a happy breakup with ADHD.
Kalank Title Track
Another very cool song, this track and Varun Dhawan made it a huge hit. In fact, during the lockdown, "Main Tera" adaptations of the song went viral.
This list wouldn't be complete without song tracks from this movie. The brilliant but flawed Aditya Roy Kapoor character Rahul became very successful and the main reason behind this was that Arijit was the voice behind Rahul.
Tera Yaar Hoon Main
If there was a friendship anthem, it would be this one. The beautiful scene where the friendship between Kartik Aaryan and Sunny Singh breaks down is further enhanced and amplified with this scene.