The Most Cringe-Worthy Collection Of Ramazan Songs You Need To Hear To Distract You From Your Roza Hunger

By Mian | 22 May, 2018

Ever wondered where all those cringy snippets of Ramazan songs that keep appearing in your newsfeed every year during Ramazan come from? Turns out there is a T-Series Regional YouTube channel that is dedicated to this cause. It’s a mashup of devotional lyrics and sick Bollywood beats.

Honestly, it’s one of the best/cringe-worthy things we have ever seen and below are our favorite picks. Enjoy~

1. Aaya Ramjo Rahmatwala (Teri Meri Pyaar Kahaani)

2. Aao Sunayo Tumhein Ramzan ki Kahani (Aao Sunao Pyaar ki Aik Kahani)

3. Roje Rakho Momino (Tu Hai Meri Fantasy)

4. Rahmatwali Hawa Chali (Anaarkali Disco Chali)

5. Ramazan Ka Mahina (Pyaar ki Pungi)

6. Ramzan Yeh Jab Jab Aye (Uday Jab Jab Zulfain Teri)

 7. Faiz Ka Dariya (Laal Dupatta)

8. Bigdi Bana Da Sabir (Mahi Mainu Challa Pawa Da)

9. Mah e Ramzan A Gaya (Dil Totay Totay Ho Gaya)

10. Chand ko Dekh Ke (Orni Or Ke Nacho)

There ya have it folks, the cream of the crop. Take a listen to these and let us know your favorites! Not a bad way to distract you from your hunger, no? Let us know what you think in the comments below!

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Cover photo source: T-Series Regional Via YouTube

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