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Monday, November 29, 2021

    10 Most Romantic Assamese Tracks You Must Listen Right Away

    Are you ready to fall in love? Check out this mellifluous musical compositions released this year

    The chilly air of the autumn season and the fresh morning dew drops remind us the beginning of fall and of course the reminder of 2019 almost coming to an end. This season is all about sweet snuggles, cozy afternoons, enjoying warm coffee and playing mellifluent tracks.

    We all have been in love with fiction and the fairy-tale love stories which are being curated in feature films, music videos setting the tone of the mood. And 2019 has seen some amazing movie, music releases in Jollywood breaking all the earlier records surviving the test of time.

    Here we have compiled a list of Assamese romantic numbers according to their number of views released in 2019 so far which is definitely going to get you grooving and bring out the best in you. So are you ready in fall in love?

    No 1: ‘Pokhila’ by Neel Akash

    This hit number starring the glamorous Nishita Goswami was released by popular Assamese singer Neel Akash Das on his YouTube channel dated April 7th, 2019. The musical video has already garnered over 15 million views. Have a look!

    No 2: ‘Dhulikona’ is one of the most viewed tracks this year

    This song is a part of the blockbuster movie Kanchanjangha starring Zubeen Garg. The song was uploaded on YouTube by Times Music Assamese on July 16th, 2019 and has garnered over 9 million views. Have a look!

    No 3: ‘Eta Kotha Kua Na’ from the Assamese movie Ratnakar featuring Jatin Bora and Nishita Goswami

    Music heartthrob Zubeen Garg and melodious Harchita Bhattacharya have lent their voice to the song. The video was posted by Dhwani Records on September 9th, 2019 and has been viewed 7.7 times.

    No 4: ‘Rati Rati’ from Ratnakar

    Shot in picturesque locations the ‘Rati Rati’ track from the film Ratnakar is definitely going to make you fall in love all over again. Uploaded on August 3rd, 2019 by Dhwani Records, the romantic video features Barsha Rani Bishaya and Jatin Bora has received over 7.3 million views.

    No 5: ‘Mridula’ by Neel Akash

    This song is all things romance. The hit track posted on YouTube in February this year has garnered over 6.2 million views. Here’s the link to the video. Enjoy!

    No 6: Neel Akash has hit the right chords in ‘Tumar Ukhahot’

    Another romantic track by Neel Akash this year that had grabbed a lot of attention was ‘Tumar Ukhahot’.  Starring Neel Akash and the beautiful Debashree Gogoi, the music video has garnered over 5.11 million views on YouTube.

    Click the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YLseCs84vQg

    No 7: ‘Rodali Tumi’ by Zubeen Garg and Rajshri Kalita

    ‘Rodali Tumi’ is one of the most viewed musicals this year on YouTube. Released on July 7th, 2019, by the DD Video Factory channel, the video has garnered over 3.2 million views.

    No 8: ‘Ramdhenu’

    Featuring popular Assamese singer Vreegu Kashyap and the gorgeous Devoleena Bhattacharjee in ‘Ramdhenu’ will make you tap your feet one moment at a time. Released by VK Entertainment on September 14th, 2019 the track is bringing back ‘easy breezy’ into our lives.

    No 9: ‘Morom Priya’ by Zubeen Garg.

    One of the most romantic tracks from the Assamese musical industry this year was ‘Morom Priya’ by Zubeen Garg. Featuring Utpal Das and Richa Sharma the song was posted on YouTube on September 4th, 2019 with a hit 1 million views so far.

    No 10: Musical cover of Jolopropat/Nakhyatra by Panchee Bhattacharjee

    Musical covers have been doing wonders in the social media and rising star Panchee Bhattacharjee is the living example. Her soulful renditions to the hit track Jolopropat and Nakhyatra by music composer Abhi Saikia and singer Shankuraj Konwar is one of the most viewed videos on YouTube. Uploaded on April 9th, 2019 the video has garnered over 537k views. Here’s the link to the video. Enjoy!

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