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Written by : Entertainment Team
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So, how did you enjoy the last month? Worked hard? But have you had any refreshment from the daily chores. Books and music are the best when it comes to refilling the energy, agree? Well, our entertainment team last month has come up with some good music stuff including the latest and the hit tracks of all time. Of course we might have missed out on a few. So, coming with the latest picks now that are creating a buzz.

As we have an amazing November with loads of songs released in the month. Irrespective of the language and genre, music lovers have a long playlist last month to enjoy. Selecting a few and assigning them the ranks could really be a tough task for us. But we intended to do that just because to review, recollect and republish those marvel tracks to you, our dear readers.

Although we have thoroughly enjoyed almost all the songs, we thought of curating those we have missed and especially those songs that have released of late, i.e., late in the November. Listen, reload and share your opinions on these songs before the latest month brings some amazing musical stuff to us.

'Dilbar...' Arabic Version By Nora Fatehi

We have long back come up with the revamped version of the evergreen 'Dilbar...' wherein Nora Fatehi sizzled the track. The Canadian actress-dancer decided to just not limit the song to its Hindi version and came up recently with its Arabic version. And believe us, it is equally amazing.

Sung by the actress herself alongside Fnaire, Nora danced to the track with Arabic moves. And hey, the song has already garnered almost 6M views online. Mohcine Tizaf has composed the Arabic version whose lyrics are penned by Khalifa Mennani and Achraf Aarab. Wait not, go watch, listen and enjoy. You will like it!

'Samayama...' From Antariksham 9000 KMPH

Actor Varun Tej's next Antariksham 9000 KMPH is gearing up with its work and on the go, the team has released a single from the flick – 'Samayama...'. Sung by Harini and Yazin Nizar, the song is a loud classic and romantic entertainer with amazing background tunes composed by Prashanth R Vihari. It's a delight to the ears to listen to it once. The song has a soothing classical touch. Catch it here guys!

'Naa Aduge Padithey...' From Kavacham

Inspiring, entertaining and unique in its lyrics has got this single trending these days online. Describing the male lead's character in films is nothing new for us, but this track has taken the path in a unique way besides some staggering music in the background. Raghu Dixit's suave voice to the tunes of S Thaman and lyrics of Chandra Bose is the best combo to have now.

'Yanthara Lokapu Sundarive...' From 2.0

This Shankar directorial has been doing wonders at the Box Office across the world cinemas since its release of late. But this one song from the film has added volume to the film with no doubts. Rahman's composition, Rajini's expressions and ease moves and Amy Jackson's beauty are the assets to the track.

'Jaan Nisaar...' From Kedarnath

Of course, a heartbreak song from the thrilling romantic entertainer from Bollywood starring Sushanth Singh Rajput and debutante Sara Ali Khan, the track has got some feel-good music and lyrics too from Amit Trivedi and Amitabh Bhattacharya respectively. Singer Arijit Singh is at his best is delivering this soulful yet heart-touching melody. Do listen to it as you might have already gone through the film's 'Sweetheart...', 'Qaafirana...' and 'Namo Namo...'.

'Mere Naam Tu...' from Zero

Another exciting track of the month from the much-awaited Bollywood drama Zero starring Shah Rukh Khan and Anushka Sharma, 'Mere Naam Tu...', is a must-listen number before it's too late. Abhay Jodhpurkar has excellently and flawlessly crooned the track for us to the tunes of Ajay and Atul.

Well guys, that's it for now. If you have felt we did miss some good melodies or foot-tapping numbers, do write to us. But don't miss listening to these six as you would be busy scheduling this new and the last month of the year 2018...

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