Maha Shivratri 2023: A look at the top five Bollywood songs that honour Lord Shiva's majesty and mystique.
Last Updated: 11.23 AM, Feb 21, 2023
One of the most cherished festivals for followers of Lord Shiva worldwide is Maha Shivratri. Bollywood movies and music have always honoured all festivities and created renowned pieces of song for ancient gods. Many B-town stars participated fervently in Maha Shivratri celebrations and were devoted followers of Lord Shiva. Ajay Devgn, Sanjay Dutt have all frequently discussed their religious beliefs. Shiva tattoos are already on Ajay and Sanjay. While Hrithik Roshan and Tiger Shroff have always praised the Hindu deity known by his other name, "Nataraj," who is emblematic of dance and music. Regardless of variety or cultural variations, everyone observes Maha Shivratri by fasting and offering prayers to a higher power.
Let’s take a glimpse at Bollywood songs dedicated to Lord Shiva.
1. Jai Jai Shiv Shankar:
One of the best enthusiastically charged songs about Lord Shiva is Jai Jai Shiv Shankar. The song is from the 1974 film Aap Ki Kasam and was performed by the legend himself, Kishore Kumar, along with Lata Mangeshkar. This song, which was based on Rajesh Khanna and Mumtaz, is still well-known for its masti factor and improved music by RD Burman.
2. Bolo Har Har Har – Shivaay:
Bolo Har Har Har, a chart-topper from Ajay Devgn's Shivaay, is the ideal fusion of a spiritual song and a party song. The song is a collaboration amongst many musical talents, like The Vamps, Sukhwinder Singh, Mohit Chauhan, etc., with new musical beats created by Mithoon. Lord Shiva's Tandav Avtaar is captured in Bolo Har Har Har, and it will undoubtedly awaken your spirit.
3. Kaun Hain Voh – Baahubali – The Beginning:
The soundtrack for Baahubali: The Beginning is highly powerful and enhances the narrative. One of the most exquisite compositions in recent memory, Kailash Kher's soulful voice adds a special touch to this musical treat. Shiv Tandav Stotram lines open the song, and Kailash Kher transforms this spiritual atmosphere into a lovely melody that will soothe your soul.
4. Namo Namo:
The Kedarnath song describes the glories of Lord Shiva and the Kedarnath pilgrimage. Kedarnath is a film starring Sushant Singh Rajput and Sara Ali Khan. Amit Trivedi composed the music and sang the song Namo Namo. Amitabh Bhattacharya wrote the lyrics, and they contain stories from the Shiva Mahapurna that describe the various manifestations and forms of Lord Shiva. The fervent hymn gives people goosebumps as it describes the magic and magnificence of the ancient deity. Our faith and convictions are reinforced by Amit Trivedi's voice and composition.
5. Deva Deva:
One of the main selling points for Brahmastra is the Arijit Singh song. The protagonist's relationship with God is explored in depth in the song. The track's spirituality and mysticism are associated with Lord Shiva and the old legends drawn from religious texts and scriptures.