10 Indie pop songs that will take you back to the 90s!

With Baba Sehgal making a mind-blowing comeback with his crazy songs, we can’t help but get nostalgic. A golden era on the Indie pop scene, the 90s reveled in the avalanche of songs that left us mesmerized. Imagine! Even without Youtube, these songs went viral overnight. Be it Thanda Thanda Pani or Gur Naal Ishq Mitha, we grooved to all and we still can’t get over them even today. The craze just refuses to fade out. And trust us, no one is complaining! So, prepare yourselves, as we’re all set to take you back to the 90s with 10 of the best indie pop songs ever!

Alisha Chinai – Made in India: The feisty singer took the nation by storm with this revolutionary song. And not to forget the super hot, Milind Soman. BRB, drooling!

 

Shubha Mudgal – Ab Ke Sawan: Monsoons became so much more exciting after this song! Shubha Mudgal’s baritone added an electrifying tinge to the song making it a favorite, instantly!

 

Shweta Shetty – Deewane Toh Deewane Hai: An out-and-out foot tapping number! You would be lying if this song doesn’t charge you up for the dance floor.

 

Silk Route – Dooba Dooba: A delight to the ears! Mohit Chauhan’s melodiously magical voice successfully transported us to another level of serenity.

 

Euphoria – Dhoom Pichak Dhoom: Though Maeri is an all time favorite, Dhoom Pichak Dhoom also ruled the charts with its upbeat tunes.


 

Aryans – Akhon Main Tera Hi Chehra: Apart from the video starring a teen Shahid Kapoor, the song continues to remain a favorite even today! A perfect coming-of-age music video, don’t you think?


 

Lucky Ali – O Sanam: Another singer who captivated our senses, just with the power of his voice! O Sanam will definitely hit you with a very ’90s feeling.


 

Colonial Cousins – Sa Ni Dha Pa: Colonial Cousins mesmerized us with the perfect fusion of Hindustani/Carnatic music with western beats. Their album went on to break all records, including hitting platinum sales in India.

 

Junoon – Sayonee: Catchy, rhythmic and infused with the right element of melancholy, Sayonee turned out to be an earworm for many!

 

Nusrat Fateh ali Khan – Afreen Afreen: A legendary voice gone too soon, don’t you think? Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan’s extraordinary range of vocal abilities was riveting enough to give one goosebumps.

So, let the nostalgia set in… Enjoy.

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