Children’s Day 2020: Tune Into the Child in You With These Classic 90’s Ballads

Children’s Day 2020: Tune Into the Child in You With These Classic 90’s Ballads

We have often read or heard people telling us that one should never let the kid in us die and we think that is one of the most beautiful things someone has ever said. With all the hush and rush to be somewhere, we often forget to tune in with the child in us. But now that we are just a day away from celebrating Children’s Day, let us take you on a musical ride of the songs from the ’90s that will surely make you dance like a child. Children’s Day 2019: Funny Memes and Jokes That Are Proof That Adulting Isn’t for Us!

Nanhe Munne Bachche

Asha Bhosle and Mohammad Rafi’s song from Boot Polish titled Nanhe Munne Bachche is one of song that still makes you all cheery. This classic song from the 1954 film had a beautiful message for all of us and will surely make you think of the days when you were carefree and ready to conquer the world.  This song features veteran actor David Abraham Cheulkar as a teacher who educates slum kids about self-respect and bright future.

Lakdi Ki Kaathi 

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This song is close to everyone’s heart because once in our childhood we sure have heard our parents sing this song for us. Lakdi Ki Kaathi from the 1983 film Masoom still remains one of the most popular track and we are sure that you won’t be able to resist yourself from singing along every time the song is on.  The song voiced by Gauri Bapat, Gurpreet Kaur and Vanita Mishra was all about the innocence and goofiness that children have.

Hum Bhi Agar Bachche Hote

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Birthdays were the most important days in our childhood and this song is all about that special day.  With a very catchy tune, very relatable lyrics,  Hum Bhi Agar Bachche Hote makes you go back in time and have that one last grand birthday celebration with friends and family just like the good old days. Sung by Mohammad Rafi, Asha Bhosle and Manna Dey, the song belongs to the 1964 film Door Ki Awaz.

Rona Kabhi Nahi Rona

Rona Kabhi Nahi Rona from 1972 film Apna Desh is a lesson we all needed during our childhood. The song teaches us how in life, there will be a lot of hurdles but we have to fight it with all our strength. The song featuring Rajesh Khanna, Manmohan Krishan was sung by Kishore Kumar and will forever be etched in our hearts. Children’s Day 2019: Embrace Your Inner Child in 6 Fun Ways and Forget About Adulting for a Day.

Nani Teri Morni Ko

We all love our grandmoms and this song takes us back to the golden days when we used to vacation at our Nani’s house. Nani Teri Morni Ko from 1960 film Masoom is one song we sang the most during our childhood. Starring Ashok Kumar, Sarosh Irani, Honey Irani and Mohan Choti in lead roles, the song was voiced by Ranu Mukherjee.

Well, we hope our playlist did make you feel nostalgic and in tune with the child within you. Wishing everyone a very Happy Children’s Day.

(The above story first appeared on Onhike on Nov 13, 2020 01:43 PM IST. For more news and updates on politics, world, sports, entertainment and lifestyle, log on to our website onhike.com).

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