Coronavirus: These Five Songs Will Motivate You During Quarantine

Due to coronavirus, people have locked themselves inside the four walls of the house. Away from the cinema hall, streaming platforms like Netflix and Amazon Prime Video are also entertaining you. But due to daily office work and not getting out, people are very frustrated and upset. In such a way, new and old songs of Bollywood movies can lighten your mood. Songs that you feel inspired after listening to. Let’s know.

Coronavirus Motivational Songs

Coronavirus Lockdown New and Old Songs Of Bollywood Movies Can Lighten Your Mood. Songs That You Feel Inspired After Listening To. Let’s Know.

Ruk Jana Nahin Tu Kahin Haar Ke Song

This song of the movie ‘Imtihan’ has been famous among the people in its time. Kishore Kumar and lyrics sing it are penned by Majrooh Sultanpuri. Laxmikant, Pyarelal give the music of the song. You can listen to it on music platforms like Gaana.com, Geo Saavn, Google Music and Wink. At the same time, this song is also available on YouTube.

Coronavirus: Zinda Song

Zinda, Hai So, the cup is full, and the song of the film ‘Bhaag Milkha Bhaag’ makes us excited. Siddharth Mahadevan has sung this song. In the song, Farhan Akhtar saw working hard for his upcoming race. This song continues to trend on the Motivational list on music platforms.

Yun Hi Chala Chal Song

This song of the film Swadesh came in the year 2007. People also liked this song by Udit Narayan. Song lyrics ar Rahman and Javed are given by Akhtar.

Coronavirus: Aane Wala Pal Song

Aane Wala Pal Jane Wala Hai. While the world is fighting day and night with Coronavirus (COVID – 19), this song is like hope. Whatever is happening or is going to happen will also pass. Anand Raj Anand has given the lyrics of the song. The singer is Kishore Kumar.

Main Zindagi Ka Sath Song

This song by Mohammad Rafi is from the film ‘Hum Do’. The lyrics penned by Sahir Ludhianvi and the music is by Jaidev. The words of the song – instead of celebrating what has happened, inspire him to accept and move forward.

Dharmendra Dubey

Dharmendra has been reporting for more than 15 years. He Competed His Education in Arts and Loves Writing. He Has Published Books In History Of Arts.

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