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Between dispensable original soundtracks and a deluge of remixes that sound depressingly alike, the drought in imagination is truly regrettable. Sukanya Verma lists 10 of her favourite songs of the year, in no particular order. Every single creation on this eclectic, extensive album is high on spunk, rhythm, expression and a variety of musical styles propelling Mumbai's underground hip-hop scene into mainstream consciousness. Its combination of relentless optimism and ' Tu nanga hi toh aaya hai kya ghanta lekar jayega ' rationale, conveyed in Ranveer's energetic, anthemic chanting, acquires the quality of a maxim I'd want to live by. But the old-fashioned ardour and star-crossed melancholy infusing Pritam's poignant title track, perfectly encapsulated in Arijit Singh's expertise for all things forlorn is a mood you want to experience again and again. The deliciously mellow guitar riff accompanying Arijit and Antara's heart-to-heart on dreams and doubts articulated in Gulzar's magical penmanship is winsome from the word go. Though it's not a part of the official soundtrack and plays towards the end credits, the part English, part Punjabi song composed by Ishaan Chaudhary is dedicated to his late sister and teenage motivational speaker Aisha on whose life the movie is based.