Mother’s Day 2017 is here, and yes, it is a super big deal. Mother’s Day will be celebrated on the second Sunday of the month of May i.e. 14th May 2017. The super exciting occasion is about honouring that person who brought us into this world, the one who gave us the LIFE. There are several ways to display love for the beautiful mothers and taking the Bollywood route is one of them. The Hindi cinema industry is full of melodious songs portraying the selfless love between a mother and child. From 1968 classic Tu Kitni Acchi Hai to Bahubali 2 movie star Prabhas and Ramya Krishnan’s Mamta Se Bhadi, Indian cinema boasts of great musical gems. Mother’s Day Quotes: 10 Best Famous & inspirational quotes to share on this Mother’s Day 2017!
Mother’s Day celebration is dedicated to our mums who carried us in the womb for nine months, the fathers who single-handedly raised their children, the teachers who played a crucial role in shaping our futures and just about everyone who showered us with the MOTHERLY LOVE. We have seen beautiful, emotional and heart-touching such portrayal on the silver screen. Here’s a list of 9 famous Bollywood Hindi film songs dedicated to mothers. Download these lovely songs for your Mumma! Mother’s Day Special Pictures: Moms vs Kids reactions to various situations in day-to-day life are hilarious!
1. Tu Kitni Acchi Hai – Raja Aur Runk
Mothers are kind and lovable. This prominent aspect is beautifully portrayed in 1968 classic film Raja Aur Runk. Sung in the melodious voice of Lata Mangeshkar with the music composed by Laxmikant-Pyarelal and written by Anand Bakshi, Tu Kitni Acchi Hai, Tu Kitni Bholi Hai is a memorable song dedicated to all the mothers. The song features actress Nirupa Roy who has been touted as one of the iconic screen moms in the Hindi cinema industry. Mother’s Day special segment at Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Lil Champs 2017.
2. Mamta Se Bhari – Baahubali
Mamta Se Bhari from Baahubali sung by Bombay Jayashri is one of the most powerful songs depicting an unshakeable bond between a mother and her child. SS Rajamouli directed Baahubali: The Beginning featured the eternal love between Bahubali and Sivagami. Ramya Krishnan in the role of Sivagami is flawless as a strong woman with a tender heart for her sons, especially Bahubali played by Prabhas. The music of Mamta Se Bhari is given by MM Keeravani while Manoj Muntashir penned the lyrics.
3. Meri Maa – Yaariyan
Meri Maa from 2014 film Yaariyan is an apt choice dedicated to all moms worldwide on Mother’s Day. The song from the coming-of-age film has its own charm – heart-touching lyrics with optimum rock and roll beat will make you hear this song in a loop. Meri Maa is sung in the soothing voice of KK with lyrics given by Irshad Kamil while Pritam composed the music.
4. Maa – Taare Zameen Par
One of the songs which struck the right chords is Maa from Taare Zameen Par. Be it the vocals by Shankar Mahadevan or the video, the song from 2007 film will leave you bawling your eyes out by the end of it. Every single word of the song penned by Prasoon Joshi speaks volume. Take a look at it: Main Kabhi Batlata Nahin, Par Andhere Se Darta Hoon Main Maa, Yun To Main Dikhlata Nahin, Teri Parwaah Karta Hoon Main Maa, Tujhe Sab Hain Pata Hain Na Maa, Tujhe Sab Hain Pata Meri Maa. The emotional scenes picturized on young Darsheel Safary as Ishan and Tisca Chopra as his mother will make you run to your mom and hug her tightly and say – I love you, maa!
5. Luka Chuppi – Rang De Basanti
We have the soulful Lata Mangeshkar and AR Rahman who lent their voices to this memorable mother-child relationship song. This song composed by Rahman creates a pensive mood but at the same time a tune that remains etched to our memories forever. Luka Chuppi from 2005 film Rang De Basanti takes place when a mother played by legendary Waheeda Rehman has lost her only son essayed by R. Madhavan. This song will make you cherish the most precious relationship in this world you have shared with – your mother.
6. Aisa Kyun Maa – Neerja
We all were blown away by the selflessness and courage of Neerja Bhanot who sacrificed her life to save her passengers on board in a hijacked airplane. The 2016 film Neerja starring Sonam Kapoor as the slain Indian flight attendant. The song Aisa Kyun Maa is a heart-breaking yet beautiful one depicting the pure love of mothers. The song dedicated to mothers is sung by Sunidhi Chauhan, with lyrics given by Prasoon Joshi and has been composed by Vishal Khurana.
7. Mumma – Dasvidaniya
Maa, meri maa, pyaari maa.. mumma, Ho.. Maa, meri maa, pyaari maa.. mumma. The lyrics from 2008 film Dasvidaniya featuring Vinay Pathak and Sarita Joshi is us whenever we want something from our moms. This super cute yet high on feelings song is what you should be singing to your mama this Mother’s Day 2017. You may not match the singing skills of original artist, Kailash Kher but trust us this song is perfect to tell her how much you love her.
8. Maa Ka Phone Aaya – Khoobsurat
Definitely, the most relatable songs highlighting an individual’s relationship with her Maa is this peppy track from 2014 romantic-comedy Khoobsurat. The song features Sonam Kapoor, her on-screen mom Kirron Kher and her reel love interest Fawad Khan. Maa Ka Phone Aaya is satirical take on ma-beti relations in the new age. Enjoy this funny song-dance number with your mom this Mother’s Day 2017.
9. Ae Maa Teri Surat Se Alag – Daadi Maa
Sung by Mahendra Kapoor, and composed by Rajesh Roshan, Ae Maa Teri Surat Se Alag is from the 1966 film Daadi Maa. This song equating mothers to the God might be one of the oldest but definitely most memorable ones to feature in the list of songs dedicated to mothers. Check out the lyrics of the song: Insaan toh kya Devta bhi, anchal me pahley tere, hai swarg ishi duniya mein kadmo ke tahley tere, mamta hi lootaye jis pe naiyan, aisi koi moorat kya hogi eh Maa, eh Maa teri surat se alag, Bhagwan ki surat kya hogi kya hogi, usko nahin dekha hamne kabhi. So what happened if we have not seen the Almighty or the One but we have seen our mothers, and she is no less than the God. Happy Mother’s Day 2017. Love you, Maa.