Movies That Didn’t Work Well But Had Best Soundtracks

Some movies have the best soundtrack despite having rough releases in theatres.

In Bollywood music is an essential part of movies. Music engages the audience in movies even more with its beautiful lyrics reflecting the scene or it can be dance numbers that make the audience enjoy the movie. As in Bollywood music albums are released before releasing the movies so sometimes people even truly decide whether to watch the movie or not solely based on the soundtrack of the movie. There are times when we get good movies with good albums but sometimes it just goes like good movies with kind of okay albums are there are times when we get bad movies with extremely beautiful soundtracks.

So here are we going to talk about the soundtracks of the movies which didn’t do well in theaters but the music captivated the hearts of the audience and still people are listening to those songs from those movies which didn’t do well?

1. Dilwale
Dilwale is a 2015 released movie, starring Shah Rukh Khan, Kajol, Varun Dhawan, and Kriti Sanon. The movie didn’t do that well in theaters and wasn’t able to impress masses but the soundtrack was loved by the masses. Especially, Gerua was the song people loved and were on a loop.
2. Shaandaar
The 2015 movie starring Alia Bhatt and Shahid Kapoor did not reach the expectations of audiences whether it left the audience disappointed with the bizarre plot. But only the songs of the movie made the audience pass the disappointing stage. Songs like Gulabo and Nazdeekiyaan were loved by the masses.
3. Baar Baar Dekho
The music of Baar Baar Dekho has been composed by different composers who all bring their unique moods to the music. From party numbers to wedding songs to heartbreak special to songs just to fall in love, Baar Baar Dekho’s music album has it all.

4. Fitoor
It’s intensely emotional and each song in the album has its own story to describe. The Fitoor album is like a warm tea in Winter. It has the feeling of warmth, affection, and familiarity that has started to crawl in, slowly. And it’s a touching, emotional familiarity.
5. Tamasha
Tamasha comes with some exciting layers. It sometimes hits some high points, stays in the middle of the pack, and then suddenly wows you with its catchy hooks. There is Heer, a piece sung by Mika Singh, and Tum Saath ho by Alka Yagnik and Arijit Singh.


6. Roy
Roy is a collaborative album with three different music directors Ammal Malik, Ankit, Tiwari, and Meet Bros Anjjan. The film’s soundtrack has truly wonderful romantic tracks and the album is surely worth a hear. Composers Amaal Mallik and Ankit Tiwari come together for this album and both create a charm with their compositions for this thriller.
7. Saawariya
Beautifully composed and arranged, Saawariya has one of the best music albums and it’s a Sanjay Leela Bansali film so gold music is a must.
8. Kalank
The exciting soundtrack recreates an era gone. The soundtrack has beautiful classic songs as ‘Aira Gaira’ and ‘First Class’ that were loved by people.
9. Jab Harry Mets Sejal
Excellentellent composition with beautiful lyrics by Irshad Kamil and some beautiful singing, this is the kind of track that one is used to hearing when it comes to Shah Rukh Khan being his romantic self.


10. Ok Jaanu
OK Jaanu has melody composed by AR Rahman again, who uses a few tunes from the source, this time the lyrics are being written by the legendary Gulzar. Rahman lends his breezy vocals to the title song. The lyrics by Gulzar follow a unique rhyme technique and give the song a sense of freedom.