The Punjabi singer and Padma Shree Awardee, Hans Raj Hans is coming to Mumbai this June to enthrall Mumbaikars with his soulful sufi rendition! Mirchi Live, an initiative by Radio Mirchi, organizes a concert featuring Hans Raj Hans at Shanmukhananda on June 9th . The singer who is bestowed with so many awards globally for his contribution to music will be weaving musical magic for Mumbaikars this summer! No doubt, this upcoming music event in Mumbai is one of the much-awaited concerts in the city!
The singer will leave you spellbound with his performance and take you back to the era of Punjabi Folk Music. Here we give you five best songs of Hans Raj Hans that you would love to see him perform in Mirchi Live concert featuring him this June!
1. “Dil Tote Tote Ho Gaya”
This dance number which featured Hans Raj Hans and Shilpa Rao in the film Bichoo in 2000 was an instant hit. The song has such an infectious energy that you just cannot help but tap your foot and croon along with it.
Hans Raj Hans has churned out many Indipop albums, but Jhanjhar remains his one of the most popular albums. The song Jhanjhar featuring John Abraham was such a big hit. It was on top of almost all the Indipop chartbusters for a very long time.
3. “Aaja Nachle”
This song of Hans Raj Hans can never lose its charm! Even today it is one of the must-play songs at any party. This party number is a song from one of his albums called “My Ultimate Bollywood Summer Mania”. All the other songs of this album are also famous and can be heard in any dance party.
4. “Khali Dil Nahi Jaan Bhi Hai”
Hans Raj Hans had sung this song with legendary Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan and Alka Yagnik for the film Kacche Dhaage in 1999. In the sufi genre, this is undoubtedly one of the finest songs of Hans Raj Hans. Not exactly a concert song, but the audience would not mind ending the energetic Punjabi night with this soulful sufi number.
5. “Punjabiyaan Di Shaan”
This song from Bend It Like Beckham featured Hans Raj Hans and sung by Bally Sagoo. But we are sure the audience wouldn’t mind the if Hans Raj crooned it in his style. It should definitely be included in his concert!