The quarantine and working from home has got us all worked up. The monotonous routine of getting up, and working from the very room you were sleeping in seems like a very hard task. But at least we can be thankful to music for helping us go through the odd days. While we have been stuck at home, music has become a very important source of entertainment, and I am sure you must have discovered some really good Hindi songs as well.

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I personally love Hindi songs. I have always tried to explore new music, and have landed with some really beautiful Hindi songs. Music helps you feel refreshed, energised and soothing, and I think it is a perfect way to get rid of these mid-week blues. From Shilpa Rao’s Roz Roz to Arijit Singh’s Safar, here is a list of 5 Hindi songs that you should hear to feel good.

Roz Roz

Roz Roz is a song crooned by The Yellow Diary and Shilpa Rao. The song is a beautiful take on how relationships suffer when two people stop communicating. The lyrics are soulful, and I am sure the song will have your heart.

Hardum Hamdum

This song is from Anurag Basu’s film Ludo. Arijit Singh has crooned this beautiful song that features Abhishek Bachchan, Aditya Roy Kapur, Rajkummar Rao, Pankaj Tripathi, Rohit Saraf, Fatima Sana Sheikh, Sanya Malhotra. The song will put a smile on your face instantly.

Rangi Saari

Rangi Saari is a traditional thumri which symbolizes love and all its playful mischiefs with the beloved. Crooned by the mother-son duo, Kanishk Seth and Kavita Seth, the upbeat song will make your mood better in no time.

Jee Lein

Jee Lein from Ok Jaanu is a perfect song to shoo away the mid week blues. The song is a reminder to us all to live more and love more. Composed by A. R. Rahman and crooned by Arjun Chandy, Neeti Mohan, Savithri R Prithvi, this song is pure magic.


Shah Rukh Khan’s Harry is a nomad, a free-spirited person who is one a journey. This song gives us hope, give us a happy vibe, and the message to keep going no matter what. Voiced by Arijit Singh, penned by Irshad Kamil and composed by Pritam, Safar is truly mesmerizing.