New Delhi, Sept 1: Janmashtami is observed every year to celebrate the birth anniversary of Lord Krishna. Lord Krishna is believed to be the 8th avatar of Lord Vishnu. Janmashtami can also be called as the birthday of Lord Shri Krishna. When Lord Krishna was small kid he was famous by the name of Bal Gopal or Laddu Gopal. Devotees worship Ladu Gopal on the day of Krishna Janmashtami. The scores of devotees of Lord Krishna visit temples on Janmashtami to worship the lord. They pray and chant mantras in the memory of Lord Krishna. This year Krishna Janmashtami will be celebrated on September 2 and September 3.
Bollywood has dedicated many songs in the memory of Lord Krishna. Here are the top 7 songs that will make your Janmashtami memorable and full of fun:
1) Bada Natkhat Hai Ye (Amar Prem): This popular song is from the 1972 Hindi film and can be called as one of the most famous Krishna Yashoda numbers ever. The song sung by Lata Mangeshkar is still called a 'classic'. RD Burman had a different tune for this song but when his father SD Burman intervened the tune was changed. RD Burman used to remember this song as his 'best music lesson' ever.
2) Mach Gaya Shor (Khuddar): This popular song is from the film Khuddar in which you will see Amitabh broke the dahi handi. It also stars Parveen Babi. The song has also emerged as the favourite song for Janmashtami.
3) Radha On The Dance Floor (Student of the Year): Radha on the dance floor can be called as one of the coolest Radha Krishna song ever. This song can be called a new age party track which will make you groove to the beats. The song became a rage within few days of its release. Shreya Goshal and Udit Narayan juggle well between fast tracks to desi beats.
4) Govinda Aala Re (Govinda): This highly popular song is from the film Bluffmaster which was released in 1963. This Shammi Kapoor starrer song has emerged as one of the best Janmashtami songs ever. Kalyanji Anandji gave the music for this song. This is a very energetic number that makes you want to groove along with Shammi Kapoor.
5) Vo Kisna Hai (Kisna): The film Kisna may not have been a blockbuster, but this song definitely became a rage. This song featured Vivek Oeroi and Isha topped charts soon after its release. A perfect fusion of classical and folk, this song has a divine touch. Udit Narayan and Madhushree take the song to an altogether different level of melody.