Automotive isn’t just business. Time and again, cars have played a silent yet important role in our lives. Whether it is a father taking back his new born kid home from hospital or your first romantic date – your car has always been an integral part of those important moments in life. Hollywood and Bollywood both have paid their tributes to cars – be it just songs or entire movies altogether.
Fast and Furious, Transformers, Tarzan – The Wonder Car, Akayla, Cars (Disney), Bond Series, The Italian Job, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, The Love Bug, Vanishing Point, Le Mans, Death Race, The Driver, Mad Max, Knight Rider, The Transporter…list is endless!
Here, we pick the top 5 gaadi songs we loved at Gaadi.com. Hope you like them too!
A young and handsome Rishi Kapoor takes Manu bhai – a business man, forcibly for a ride in Bombay where they would go to Chowpatty beach, have Bhel Puri for snacks & flirt with beautiful girls!
A chirpy, fun song. Must Watch!
This is a popular song from the epic comedy – Chalti Ka Naam Gaadi which is a story of three brothers who run a humble garage in Bombay. The song captures the essence of Bombay as a city which is always alive and kicking. Three brothers – Brijmohan, Manmohan & Jagmohan who happen to be reviving this car break into the song as they drive it through the streets of Mumbai.
We put this Gaadi song on a must watch pedestal!
Baba Sehgal took the Indian Rap scene with rage with this song. Basically, trying to woo a girl to go with him for a long drive – this song from Miss 420 became a 90s anthem for the post liberalization college going youngsters!
Must watch again!
This song was featured in the famous Disney animation – Cars which clocked a $460,000 box office back in 2006. It compares life to a highway where one has to be cautious while driving. One may have to bend sometimes and sometimes stand and take ground.
A rocking, foot tapping song!
Amitabh Bachchan drives a unique customized Volkswagen Beetle named Ram Pyari which has a brain of its own and is very very moody! Enough to pique anyone’s interest!
Check out this funny song for sure!
Released in 2009 this was Imran Khan’s first single and ticked all the right boxes to make it a great driving song. The bhangra mix soon became popular among the south Asian community around the globe.
Nickelback released “Far away” the single in 2005 and is the “only real love song” by Chad Kroeger and his band.
ACDC came out with their 6th album in 1979 titled “Highway to Hell” and the song soon became popular as one of the greatest driving songs ever.
Teriyaki Boyz is band from Japan who featured in the movie Fast and the Furios-Tokyo Drift. The movie revolves around an American guy who lands up in Tokyo and learns to drift. Lots of tyre smoke and intense drifting action keeps you busy while this soundtrack plays in the background.
Released in 1994, “Coming back to life” by Pink Floyd does not need any introduction. If you like progressive rock this could well be the best of driving song of our time.