Mumbai,24 August 2021 (UTN). It is said that "Words make you think. Music makes you feel. A song makes you feel a thought". Has it ever happened that you see a song and feel that it's all about you? Every word, every line, depicts your life, be it old or new you never get tired of hearing it or singing it out loud, because it's you. Well, our favourite actors, too, have that song which describes their life, and they have shared it with us:
Somy Ali (Former Bollywood actress, who now runs an NGO called No More Tears in the USA): My favourite song is "Kahin door jab din dhal jaye" from Rajesh Khanna's 1971 film "Anand". I feel this song is about dreams, that even in the darkest times we should not let go of our dreams and work towards making them true.
Jasmin Bhasin (Last seen as a participant in "Bigg Boss" season 14, recently featured in a music video titled "Tera suit"): I have two songs that are very close to my heart, and I get very emotional yet supercharged up when I hear them. They are "Patakha guddi" from "Highway" and "Dil hai chota sa, choti si aasha" from "Roja". For me "Patakha guddi" is all about enjoying the moment, living carefree, and believing that if God has given you any worries, he is the one who will take it away. And "Choti si asha" is all about those dreams and desires, small, big, all of them.
Sharad Malhotra (Last seen in "Naagin 5" as Veeranshu Singhania): Well, my favourite song and the one that I truly believe in is "Zindagi ek safar hai suhana, yahan kal kya ho kisne jaana" from the 1971 film "Andaz". The music is so peppy and the lyrics are just amazing. This song, for me, is about enjoying this beautiful journey called life because it is unpredictable, so live and enjoy every moment.
Aly Goni (Last seen as a participant in "Bigg Boss" season 14, recently featured in a music video titled "Tera suit"): A lot of people can relate to my favourite song and which I feel depicts my feel, it is "Kal ho naa ho" from the 2003 film of the same name. The song is all about living the moment. There may be ups and downs in our lives, but we should never let the past affect our present and just enjoy what we have now.
Mumbai, ( Hitesh Jain ) .