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Independence Day 2021 Top Most Popular 15 August Songs

Independence Day 2021 top best popular songs for 15 august like ‘Ae Mere Pyare Watan’ to ‘Maa Tujhe Salam’ we take a look at some of the best popular patriotic songs that are definitely on every people’s playlist every year on day of August 15.

Independence Day 2021 India: Long before the British handed India freedom, songs in honour of the homeland or expressing one’s everlasting love for India were composed. Patriotic songs have long played an important role in the film industry, mainly in Bollywood.

From ‘Aao Bachcho Tumhe Dikhaye’ from the 1954 film ‘Jagriti’ to ‘Ae Watan Ae Watan Ae Watan  Independence Day celebrations in India aren’t complete until a patriotic Hindi music song plays out of speakers, according to the 2019 film “Raazi.” Every year on August 15, we take a look at some of the most popular patriotic songs that are sure to be on everybody’s playlist.

Independence Day 2021 India Top Most Popular 15 August Song Lists

Is Desh Ko Rakhna Mere Bacho Samhal Ke Song

This lovely song from the 1954 film “Jagriti” is exactly the thing to get you in the mood for Independence Day celebration. The song was picturised on actor Abhi Bhattacharya, who utilises various ways to teach children, and was sung by Kavi Pradeep and written by the famous composer Hemant Kumar. One of them teaches history using music as a medium. Since then, the song has become an iconic success, and it is still a frequent tune played at every India Independence Day celebration.

Ae Watan Ae Watan Ae Watan Song

Almost every patriotic playlist nowadays has the complete soundtrack from this film. This song, performed by Mohammed Rafi, however, continues to give anybody who listens to it chills to this day. The song, which was picturized on actor Manoj Kumar, who represents Bhagat Singh in the film, is not about being scared to sacrifice their own life in the battle for independence.

Ae Mere Pyar Watan Song

This song from the 1961 film ‘Kabuliwala,’ starring Balraj Sahni and sung by Manna Day and written by Salil Chaudhary, is arguably the cleanest song when it comes to the topic of identification and love for the country. Despite the fact that the song is about an Afghan tourist who is stranded in India and misses his homeland.

Maa Tujhe Salaam| Vande Mataram Song

AR Rahman’s Maa Tujhe Salaam, Vande Mataram song has become the anthem of Modern India. Rahman’s lovely rock ballad was published in 1997 to remember India’s 50th year of independence, and it’s the appropriate music to play today. The song evokes a sense of purpose and unity, and, like any other patriotic song, it expresses one’s unwavering love for their homeland.

Kar Chale Hum Fida Song

Kaifi Azmi wrote this song for Chetan Anand’s 1964 film “Haqeeqat,” which was performed by Mohd. Rafi and scored by Madan Mohan. Perhaps this explains why the song still gives you goosebumps, reminding you of the many sacrifices made by those who gave their lives to defend our country’s independence, while also making you proud of the fact that you are a Indian.

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Sandese Aate Hai Song

The song from the 1998 film ‘Border,’ composed by Anu Malik, performed by Sonu Nigam, and penned by Javed Akhtar, is also a famous tune that can be found on virtually everyone’s playlist on a day like this. A lovely patriotic song that evokes feelings of patriotism while also serving as a powerful reminder of the country’s troops’ sacrifice.

Kandho Se Kandhe Milte Hain Song

Shankar Ehsaan Loy’s composition literally encourages you to do something for your nation. The song’s music is lovely, and it nearly seems like a battle song, as it appears in the 2001 film Lakshya, when Hrithik Roshan’s unit departs for the Kargil conflict. It evokes the perfect feelings for a day like 15 August.

Chak De India Song

Over the last decade, another patriotic song has become an anthem. The title song for the 2007 film starring Shah Rukh Khan, created by Salim-Sulaiman and performed by Sukhwinder, has become a staple on Independence Day playlists as well as for every athletic event involving India or Indian athletes.

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