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Saddest Songs Of All Time to Mend Your Broken Heart

Saddest Songs Of All Time to Mend Your Broken Heart

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**Saddest Songs Of All Time**

Here are the Saddest Songs Of All Time to Mend Your Broken Heart

Broken heart sad songs are the foremost relatable after you are hunting one. A line of the song can cause you to grab a box of tissues. Break-up songs will cause you to sad but they also facilitate your passing through the hurt and pain. There’s a way of comfort in knowing that several others have more responsibility for what you’re longing which there’s light at the top of the tunnel.

Songs for heartbreak are like lemonades. These songs facilitate your pass through the hangover of your Ex. Whatever be the explanation for the break-up; you need to never beat yourself up an excessive amount. You’ll never break up with yourself over somebody else.

**Saddest Songs**

1. **Ae Dil Hai Muskhil – Ae Dil Hai Mushkil **

I’m sure that by the end of this list, most of your Hindi breakup songs will either be from Ranbir Kapoor’s movies or sung by Arijit Singh (or both, like in this case). All we can say is that iss song ke Bina guzaara, ae dil hai mushkil.

Do Pal – Veer Zaara

This is another one in every of those emotional Hindi songs that may you reach for the tissue boxes. Shah Rukh Khan does separation like nobody else. This Hindi sad song will leave you heartbroken and humming with a sense of happiness at the identical time.

Tu Hi Re – Bombay : Saddest Songs Of All Time

The entire Bombay album had once been classified by the BBC jointly of the 1,000 albums to concentrate on before you die. However, this gem of a Hindi sad song warms you prefer a blanket on a chilly night. AR. Rahman should have the word ‘genius’ as a salutation.

Jhoka Hawa Ka – Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam

Another sad Bollywood song from the 1999 movie, speaks about lost love and unrequited love. Hariharan’s voice melts our hearts like butter.

Tadap Tadap Ke – Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam

Sometimes, a throwback to the 1990s is what you would like when your playlist is filled with the most recent melodies. this is often almost an angry Hindi sad song that produces you wish to question the validity of affection. At the time, another real-life couple (Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Salman Khan) brought it to life on the reel.

Channa Mereya – Ae Dil Hai Mushkil

Anyone hunting a heartbreak will agree that it’s one in every of the saddest breakup songs there’s. We still can’t recover from ‘Mehfil Mein Teri Hum Naa Rahe Jo Gham Toh Nahi Hai Gham Toh Nahi Hai.’ Arijit is that the undisputed king of heartbreaks.

Kabira – Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani

The sad Bollywood song was written by lyricist Amitabh Bhattacharya and Deepika Padukone and Ranbir Kapoor breathed life into his words with their performances. hear it as a separation song or a viddai tune and know that things do heal (like it did for the couple within the movie and IRL).

Agar Tum Saath Ho – Tamasha

What happens after you request loud, what’s the simplest Hindi sad song of recent time? Almost everyone in the office shouted the name of this song from Tamasha. This haunting piano melody, paired with A.R. Rahman’s beautifully composing beats, floods you with emotions. This has got to be one of the most effective breakup songs ever. We aren’t crying, you are!

Bulleya – Ae Dil Hai Mushkil

There is no better song that may put the anguish one feels when there’s only heartbreak all around. This is also written by Amitabh Bhattacharya and directed by Pritam.

Mitwa – Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna : Saddest Songs Of All Time

While we could have gone with the title track of this movie, this sad Bollywood song suits the themes of anguish and unanswered love better. Here may be a story of two people head over heels in love with one another, but don’t have any thanks to express it. What can be more saddening?

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