90s Bollywood songs that will prove that 90s was the best era

18 Songs that will Prove that 90s was the best Era!

June 28th, 2017

The nineties were a great time for music. The sheer energy and experimentation in the music was enough to make growing up in the nineties worth it. With bands like Bombay Vikings, Colonial Cousins and Euphoria, Indi-pop music was at its overwhelming best. Every music video told a story, be it of the first heady rushes of love or of unrequited love, of wedding romances and road trips or of crushes on neighbors. There was a story in every song, and it actually spoke to us. We pick out our favorite numbers from the nineties that we fell in love with.

Kya Soorat Hai - Bombay Vikings

The coolest boy band of the nineties really gave us one of the best remixes of the time.

Kya Soorat Hai

Roop Tera Mastana

That's all the sleaze we were allowed in the nineties and it was more than enough! We can't decide which was better – the remix or the quirky video? Roop Tera Mastana Bollywood 90s Song

O Sanam – Lucky Ali

One of the best voice of the century. 

O Sanam Bollywood 90s Song  Lucky Ali

Tanha Dil – Shaan

Every young person's coming-of-age song, this one could still warm your heart on a pensive evening.

Tanha Dil Bollywood 90s Song Shaan

Ishq Tera Tadpave – Sukhbir

This is the song that blasted out of car stereos when the young lads got their first cars way back in the nineties.

Ishq Tera Tarpave Bollywood 90s Song Sukhbir

Gal Ban Gayi – Sukhbir

The ultimate face-off song at weddings, this one made so many hearts fall in love.
Gal Ban Gayi Bollywood 90s Song Sukhbir

Kudi Kudi – Jasbir Jassi

After Sukhbir, Jasbir Jassi was the next Punjabi rock star on the scene. ‘Kudi Kudi' was a treat to our Punjabi heart. Kudi Kudi Bollywood 90s Song Jasbir Jassi

Aankhon Mein Tera Hi Chehra - Aryans

We never knew the chocolatey boy crushing over his cute neighbor would go on to become the hunk of Bollywood, Shahid Kapoor. Giving up your pocket money to buy your crush a present – so nineties!

Aankhon Mein Tera Hi Chehra Bollywood 90s Song Aryans Shahid Kapoor

Ho Gayi Hai Mohabbat

When every song told a love story. >
Ho Gayi Hain Mohabbat Bollywood 90s Song

Made In India – Alisha Chinai

The song that made Milind Soman the collective fantasy of an entire nation, ‘Made In India' was a smashing hit that made the phrase popular much before India shining.
Made in India Bollywood 90s Song Alisha Chinai

Sa Ni Dha Pa - Colonial Cousins

You aren't a nineties child if you haven't tried to sing the complicated ‘sa ni dha pa…” sequence in this one.
Sa Ni Dha Pa Ma Bollywood 90s Song Colonial Cousins

Chandni Raatein – Shamsa Kanwal

  The most beautiful song of the time, so many of us went to sleep listening to this on loop.
Chandni Raatein Bollywood 90s Song Shamsa Kanwal

Dooba Dooba – Mohit Chauhan

Mohit Chauhan's first successful number. Not to forget the underwater sequence in the video. Much wow.  There are so many more songs from the 90s and early 2000s that we listened to on loop and absolutely loved.  
Here are a few more that were released in the 2000s but we just couldn't do without mentioning them:
Dooba Dooba Bollywood 90s Song Mohit Chauhan

Piya Basanti – Ustad Sultan Khan and Chitra

The most magical number of the nineties, ‘Piya Basanti' was a lyrical masterpiece, a love ballad for our parched hearts. Nauheed Cyrusi and Donovan Wodehouse were sensational onscreen. We wish there was a sequel.
Piya Basanti Re Bollywood 90s Song Ustad Sultan Khan and Chitra

Maeri Ri – Euphoria

  Euphoria's biggest hit, ‘Maeri Ri' was passion retold.
Maeri Bollywood 90s Song Euphoria

Gori Teri Ankhein – Lucky Ali and Kavita Krishnamurthy

There could be nothing as poignant as this song.
Gori Teri Aankhein Kahein Bollywood 90s Song Lucky Ali Kavita Krishnamurthy

Yeh Hawa Kehti Hai Kya – The Aryans

The Aryans, with their soft romantic numbers, made falling in love so much more beautiful.
Yeh Hawa Kehti Hain Kya Bollywood 90s Song Aryans

Noorie - Bally Sagoo

  Besides the brilliant remix, didn't we dig the spooky video?!
Noorie Bollywood 90s Song Bally Sagoo