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Top 10 Awesome Asha Bhosle Solo Songs

Here comes your way a list of some of the most amazing solos by one of the most versatile singers that Bollywood has ever seen- Asha Bhosle. Due to her remarkable contribution to the Indian Cinema, she received many awards during her musical journey, which include Filmfare award six times, National Film Award twice, IIFA award and most importantly, The Lifetime achievement award.
Asha Ji has also received the Dadasaheb Phalke Award, and has been honored with the Padma Vibhushan by the Government of India.

Katra Katra milti hai (Ijaazat)

It is a pleasant romantic song, featuring Rekha and Naseeruddin Shah, that takes one to a completely new realm of elation. The charming beauty of Rekha, along with Asha Ji's touch through her nightingale like voice capture one's attention effectively and locks it in the world of soothing trance, that no one would ever like to come out of.

Nigahen Milane ko Jee Chahta hai (Dil hi toh hai)

An awesome song from the Black and white era, featuring bollywood actress Nutan, is one of the most loved Qawaalis of all times. The song could still be heard, being enjoyed in big fat Indian weddings and Ladies Sangeets.

Mera Kuch Saman (Ijaazat)

Pulling one's soul into dark, doleful tranquility, this song is a treat to hear, and is considered to be one of the most effective songs to ignite the agony of broken-heart. Asha Ji took the cake by winning National Film Award for Best Female Playback Singer for this song.

Aiyee Meherbaan (Howda Bridge)

Taking your memories back to the black and white era, the song features the beauty queen Madhubala, flawlessly performing the role of her character called Edna, a stunning dancer of Calcutta.

Yeh Mera Dil yaar ka deewana ( Don - 1978 )

The song is regarded as one of the most titillating item numbers of all time, as it is sung with a tinge of sensuousness, proving Asha Ji's versatility, which is one of the reasons why she won Filmfare for the Best Female Playback Singer.

Dum maro Dum (Hare Raama Hare Krishna)

Set in smoky background displaying ecstatic drug addiction and debauchery all around in the surroundings, the song is an awesome treat to listen when you are high. The song has been modified in many forms after its release in the movie and has been used in other movies as well, in different forms. The song still rules the hearts of care free, sanguine song lovers.

Raat akeli hai (Jewel thief)

The song is still regarded as one of the most sensuous means to celebrate love during the exquisite serenity of dark night, by the young couples, hit by Cupid's arrow. All thanks to Tanuja's beauty and Asha Ji's spell-binding voice.

Aao huzoor tumko (Kismat)

Again with a touch of sensuousness in the voice, the song has a lot to say about being drunk and yet, sing, in the setting of ancient pubs, nightclubs or banquet halls.

Dil Cheez kya hai aap meri (Umraojaan)

Rekha's mesmerizing beauty as Umraojaan, sparking in the glamor of an ancient brothel, aided with Asha Ji's voice makes the song one of the most memorable songs in the history of Indian cinema. In return, this infallible song embellished Asha Ji's excellence by making her win National Film Award for Best Female Playback Singer.

Aao na gale lagao na (Mere Jeevan Saathi)

The lyrics and the pace of the song are strong enough to make it lovable, and Asha Ji's voice acts as an icing on the cake for this dance number. The charisma in the lyrics does its perfect task of bringing lovers close to each other.