RIP Shravan Rathod: 5 hit songs from Nadeem Shravan

Bollywood actors, musicians and filmmakers took to social media on Thursday night to express shock and mourn the demise of music composer Shravan Rathod of the popular Nadeem-Shravan duo. 

Shravan breathed his last in Mumbai around 9.30 pm on Thursday. The renowned composer succumbed to Covid-19.

Shravan along with his partner Nadeem has been widely regarded as the musicians who created their own set of romantic tracks in the early nineties.

They have given a series of musical successes through collaborations with singers such as Udit Narayan, Kumar Sanu and Alka Yagnik. Their songs remain evergreen and are heard and loved till date.

Though it's quite hard to list out their songs, listen to their 5 tracks:

Song: Nazar Ke Samne 

Singers: Kumar Sanu, Anuradha Paudwal

Aashiqui was credited as an all-time blockbuster at the box office in 1990 mainly due to its music. The soundtrack largely falls under the filmi-ghazal genre, based on the ghazal style.

Song: Sochenge Tumhe Pyar

Singer: Kumar Sanu

Deewana was the highest sold music album of the year 1992. While all the songs of the movie were hit, this song featuring Rishi Kapoor at his best is still fondly remembered by his fans.

Song: Dil Ne Yeh Kaha he Dil se

Singer: Sonu Nigam, Alka Yagnik

The song from the movie Dhadkan became legendary love tracks of the era became a big hit among the masses. 

Song: Akhiyaan Milaoon Kabhi

Singers: Alka Yagnik, Udit Narayan

The hit song that busted charts back in the day from the movie, Akhiyaan Milaoon Kabhi remains a cult favourite and still makes us tap our feet to its beats. 

Do Dil Mil Rahe Hain

Singer: Kumar Sanu

More than the film, much praise went to the music of the film Pardes. AR Rahman was to compose the music of this film, but he was too expensive and didn't fit the budget of the film, Nadeem-Shravan made their way. They in fact brought out best songs which gelled well with the plot of the film.

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