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From Alia Bhatt to Shirley Setia: 4 stars who sang reprised versions of their songs with aplomb!

Celebrities from Alia Bhatt to Shirley Setia and Parineeti Chopra have released reprised versions of their popular songs and created music that speaks to millions of people.

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Bollywood films’ songs have always been at the top of music charts courtesy their soulful vocals, melodious tunes and heartwarming lyrics. Reprised versions of songs have gained popularity over time and the audience always loves it when their favourite actors or singers create such versions of their songs. Celebrities from Alia Bhatt to Shirley Setia and Parineeti Chopra have released reprised versions of their popular songs and created music that speaks to millions of people. Here’s our round up of the top Bollywood reprised songs from films!

1. Alia Bhatt’s ‘Samjhawan’

 

Alia Bhatt has sung an unplugged version of Samjhawan which had created a wave of nostalgia among netizens. Alia delivered extremely well and created a track which the audiences groove to till date.

2. Shirley Setia’s ‘Tere Bin Kya’

Sung by Shirley Setia and Mame Khan the soulful track – Tere Bin Kya is from Shirley’s Bollywood debut, Nikamma and it was only but natural for her to sing a song in the film as well, right ? This one shows Shirley and her co-star Abhimanyu’s chemistry and is a must listen to for by all music buffs!

3. Parineeti Chopra’s ‘Mana Ke Hum Yaar Nahi’

Parineeti Chopra’s ‘ Mana Ke Hum Yaar Nahi ‘ unplugged song hits not only the right notes but her fans’ hearts. She received accolades for her song and proved that she is versatile.

4. Shraddha Kapoor’s Phir Bhi Tumko Chahunga

The makers of the Half Girlfriend surprised the audience and released the reprise version of their hit song Phir Bhi Tumko Chahunga. Shraddha Kapoor has lent her voice to Phir Bhi Tumko Chahungi and it is heartwarming. The song is composed by Mithoon and has been penned by Manoj Muntashir.

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