This week on ‘Plus Chart’ (5th July 2019- 11th July 2019), the ranking of the songs has taken an interesting turn.
Bekhayali from Kabir Singh has sustained itself at the 1st position for the past 4 weeks entering the 5th one now.
Tujhe Kitna Chahne Lage from Kabir Singh and Slow Motion from Bharat have maintained their respective positions as last week at 2nd and 3rd positions.
The Hook Up Song from Student of the Year 2 and Ve Maahi from Kesari are on the 4th and 5th positions, same as the past week.
Interestingly, Arijit Singh’s version of Bekhayali from Kabir Singh has risen to the 6th position as opposed 8th from last week.
Tera Ban Jaunga from Kabir Singh has moved a position higher from last week, landing on the 7th place. It was also the new entry on the Plus Chart last week.
First Class from Kalank and Duniyaa from Luka Chuppi have moved to the 8th and 9th place respectively this week.
Kaise Hua a new entry to the chart, surprisingly again from Kabir Singh has firmly secured a place at the bottom of the chart this week.
About Plus Chart
The songs on Plus Chart are popular Bollywood songs which are curated carefully from various streaming platforms to bring ease to listeners in finding the most listened to songs.
Plus Chart, therefore, is one-of-a-kind consolidated list catering to the top trending songs on various music streaming platforms.
Plus Chart acts as a game-changer for lyricists, composers, labels, and singers to find an exact ranking of their songs. We also have a segment containing lists from different streaming platforms. From now on, you do not need to go to different platforms, find them all under one roof on our Weekly Music Listing.
Bollywood on an average produces 250 movies every year. It is also one of the most popular genres of Indian music. The shelf-life of the songs is very short; despite the variety, every movie brings through. It does not take long for these songs to fade into oblivion. The number of mushrooming streaming platforms and individual lists make it difficult to get the exact ranking of a song.
India is expected to reach 627 million internet users by the end of 2019. According to a report by Nielsen Music on the Indian music industry, music is not only a universal part of the country’s culture but also consists of 94% of the Indian online population which listens to music.
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