These Heartfelt Neelesh Misra Lyrics Will Make Your Heart Thump Loud 

Storyteller of the Century!

These Heartfelt Neelesh Misra Lyrics Will Make Your Heart Thump Loud 
SPONSORED

"Ek din mohabbat odh kar, ek din gali ke mod par

Teri hatheli par likhun mera naam tere naam par

Phir tu taqalluf chhod kar, Phir tu jhuka kar ke nazar

Rakhna mere kaandhe pe sar. Zindagi…"

- Zindagi, Bajrangi Bhaijaan

While all of us love to hear Neelesh Misra's 'qisse' and 'kahaniyaan' on the radio while driving home at night, we at WittyFeed want to feed you with the equally heartfelt lyrics by the man himself, in our favourite Bollywood tracks. 

Whether it is The Neelesh Misra Show, Qisson ka Kona with Neelesh Misra or Yaadon ka Idiot Box, Neelesh Misra has all of us smitten by his baritone. How he binds us with his soulful stories and has the art of infusing emotions in absolutely simple stories and then narrating them as though they were his. 

Swoon through the lyrics to fall in love with him, once again. 

#On protecting the divine love...

#On protecting the divine love...

RELATED STORIES

#On the accompanied butterflies with love...

#On the accompanied butterflies with love...

#For love is omnipresent and eternal...

#For love is omnipresent and eternal...

#On being complete in each other...

#On being complete in each other...

#On being together and revelling in this crazy world...

#On being together and revelling in this crazy world...

#On taming the life...

#On taming the life...

#To enjoy the moments of togetherness as a surprise and a delight...

#To enjoy the moments of togetherness as a surprise and a delight...

#On having everything offered to the love of life...

#On having everything offered to the love of life...

#On finding solace in the person you love...

#On finding solace in the person you love...

#On valuing the precious love that is no less than a gift...

#On valuing the precious love that is no less than a gift...

Design Courtesy: Nidhi Vaishnav
DISCLAIMER: If you are using the images of the story, do with proper courtesy.

Is Neelesh Misra your favourite storyteller?