7 Greatest Film Soundtracks of All Time

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Guide (1965)

S.D. Burman's music not only amplified the effect of the drama in the Vijay Anand film but almost stood out as a narrative tool in its own right.

Om Shanti Om (2007)

From the grand to the morose to the celebratory to the narratorial, Vishal-Shekhar's soundtrack for the Farah Khan film blended multiple diverse influences into an original voice.

Gangs of Wasseypur (2012)

Sneha Khanwalkar located sounds from various parts of the world to fit the rambunctious landscape of Anurag Kashyap's wickedly gleeful crime drama.

Bombay Velvet (2015)

Amit Trivedi produced a stunning jazz soundtrack to jive with Anurag Kashyap's vision for mid-20th century Bombay. It was a first in Bollywood that such a soundtrack had been produced, and it defined the film's uniqueness more than anything else.

Tamasha (2015)

AR Rahman grappled with a melting pot of genres and influences to come up with the soundtrack of the Imtiaz Ali drama that evoked distinct but varying emotions with each tune.

Laila Majnu (2018)

Niladri Kumar and Joi Barua came up with a soulful, evocative score that matched, frame for frame, Sajid Ali's heartbreaking saga.

Laal Singh Chaddha (2022)

Likely Pritam's best work ever came in the Hindi remake of Forrest Gump, with each song surpassing another on the album, each reflecting a calm, soothing quality that was the USP of the story.

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