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    41. Jab Andhera Hota Hai, Raja Rani (1973): Asha and Bhupinder liven up RD's sly, enigmatic composition with their slickness and contrasting vocal texture.
    42. Chura Liya Hai Tumne, Yaadon Ki Baarat (1973): Despite being one of the most excessively aired songs of all time, Asha's syrupy turn in RD's iconic tune of the 1970s is food for the lovesick soul to this date.
    43. Sajna Hai Mujhe Sajna Ke Liye, Saudagar (1973): Embellished with the coquettish la la las, Asha's dolling up session to Ravindra Jain's music is way more fun than waiting for a real someone to get ready.
    44. Koi Sheheri Babu, Loafer (1973): The zingy rhythm and masti of Laxmikant-Pyarelal's upbeat score fondly resonates in Asha's playback skills.
    45. Diljalon Ka Dil Jalake, Zanjeer (1973): Saucy songs rely on perfect timing. Asha's deftly calculated pizzazz and pluck rocks Bindu's shake 'n' stir in Zanjeer.
    46. Neend Churake Raaton Mein, Shareef Baadmaash (1973): While Kishore Kumar plays hard to get, Asha fires from all cylinders to win him over in this lovely number. And win she does.
    47. Jaaneman Jaaneman, Chhoti Si Baat (1975): Asha's spice and Yesudas's soul blend seamlessly for this frothy Salil Chowdhary treat.
    48 Bechara Dil Kya Kare, Khushboo (1975): Both Bechara and Ghar Jayegi bear the unmistakable stamp of Gulzar's imagination, RD's finesse and Asha's vibrancy. Just happen to like Bechara a wee better.

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    49. Sapna Mera Toot Gaya, Khel Khel Mein (1975): Asha's expressive, narrated-in-detail anguish in Sapna Mera Toot Gaya is something no other has the nerve to replicate, forget recreate.
    50. Yeh Ladka Hai Allah, Hum Kisise Kam Nahin (1977): The singer, along with late husband RD, returns in the O Mere Sona Re space for the eternally cheerful Yeh Ladka Hai Allah.
    51. Sara Pyaar Tumhara, Anand Ashram (1977): Asha keeps it understated, melodious along with Kishore Kumar for Shyamal Mitra's dulcet composition.
    52. Yeh Mera Dil Pyar Ka Diwana, Don (1978): Oozing oodles of oomph for Kalyanji-Anandji's ditzy ditty gave Helen yet another chartbuster to shake a leg on.
    53. Do Lafzon Ki Hai Dil, The Great Gambler (1979): Asha Bhosle's sur and Zeenat Aman's splendour translate into Bollywood's most romantic gondola number.
    54. Aisa Ho Toh Kaisa Hoga, Ratnadeep (1979): The stunning simplicity of Asha's wishful thinking in Ratnadeep makes for effortless listening.
    55. Jab Chhaye Mera Jadoo, Lootmaar (1980): After creating memorable music with composer Roshan, Asha sings for his son Rajesh in the whimsical Jab Chhaye.
    56. Pyaar Karnewale, Shaan (1980): The ambitious tone of Ramesh Sippy's 007-inspired Shaan reflects in the film's lavish soundtrack too. And Asha efficiently goes for the larger-than-life effect in her swaggering delivery of Pyaar Karnewale.

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