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8 songs of Arijit Singh that won’t make you cry

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8 Arijit Singh Songs That Surprisingly Won’t Make You Cry

Arijit Singh, the one man who makes you happy by actually making you sad. Probably the best singer of current times, his songs are often related to sorrow. Memes on him being the commissioner of sadness have already done the rounds on the internet. However, there have been miraculous times when Arijit was the happiest at the party. Here are 9 of his songs with zero degree of sadness in them.

Nashe si chadh gayi
A song with three things – surreal French people, classic party lyrics and Vaani Kapoor. She doesn’t let you have your attention on Ranveer Singh for obvious reasons. This mega hit was Arijit’s answer to all those who questioned his happiness.

Delhi wali girlfriend
A normal Delhiite does normal Delhi things like saying goodbye to the comforts and breaking traffic signals. Bunny and Arijit gave us the biggest dance number of 2010.

Tera hero idhar hai
Varun Dhawan romances two beautiful ladies and Arijit makes sure he gets both of them. This song surprised many when they heard the maestro rip it with his voice in a joyous manner.

Ilaahi
Make way for the official roadtrip song of India. Ilaahi is the reason why Manali’s tourism has increased by leaps and bounds.

Sooraj Dooba
Arijit Da proved that he can even make Jacqueline groove through this song. Probably the only likeable thing from the entire movie.

Kashmir main tu Kanyakumari
If 2 states were a song, this would be it. Rohit Shetty’s version of unity in diversity, Kashmir main tu Kanyakumari is yet another example of Arijit casually chilling while trying to explain the complicated love affair of north and south.

Ullu ka patthha
I’ve never understood Bollywood’s obsession with heart. Dil pagal hai, ullu ka pattha hai and what not. Dil needs to get its shit together. This one too had Arijit in the vocals and happiness was around the corner.

Break up song
A happy song about a break up sung by Arijit Singh. Tell me a bigger irony and I’ll quit my job right away. This song celebrated breakups like never before and we absolutely loved it.

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