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The Best Hindi Songs You’ve Never Heard Before

The Best Hindi Songs You’ve Never Heard Before

Goal or also known as Dhan Dhana Dhan Goal (in English: Get Set Goal) is a Hindi movie shown last 2007. The soundtrack of the film is composed by Pritam, while the lyricist is Javed Akhtar. This modern film revolves on football.

General Plot:

A rabble team of losers called Southall United Football Club from the British Asian community faces a difficult task. In order to survive, they have to pounce on every opponent to win the Combined Counties Football League in England. Loyalty to the team was tested. In the end, they were able to conquer the title and protect their football stadium.

Of course, all contemporary movies have soundtracks. These songs depict the general emotions of the film, which help convey what the actors are trying to portray. As this film is included in the action genre, it’s no surprise that the songs are racey. And for most films, these soundtracks often leave a strong imprint on the hearts of the viewers.

So here are the inspiring and action-packed Goal Hindi movie songs you would want to listen and jive to:

1. Billo Rani

It talks about a lover who remembers not his name, but his lover’s. This has a surprisingly fun and lively beat. The voices blended well and the result is a perfect duet that will surely entertain any listener.

2. Ishq Ka Kalma

If you want to rock the night with your special someone, then this song is certainly for you. You can be frog that awaits your princess’ kiss. The tune is very upbeat and makes you want to dance!

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3. Hey Dude

It speaks on not messing up with someone. It is sang authoritatively that you certainly don’t want to mess around with this guy.

4. Halla Bol

The song is very festive and seems to be an anthem. The beat is fast and bouncy, meant to inspire football players.

5. Tara Ru

Among the movie’s soundtrack, this seems to be the only song with a moderate tempo and sang dramatically.