Happy Birthday Ajay Gogavle: Here's A Pick Of Your Top 5 Marathi Songs That Created History

Sairat fame popular music director, composer, and singer Ajay Gogavale turned a year older today.

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Happy Birthday Ajay Gogavle: Here's A Pick Of Your Top 5 Marathi Songs That Created History
Ajay-Atul is the famous musician duo of Marathi and Bollywood today. Ajay Gogavle one of the musical brothers is celebrating his birthday today and we give you a rundown on the songs that made him a hit.

Devak Kalji Re:
The award-winning movie Redu got its recognition from Devak Kalji Re sung by Ajay Gogavle and it is a song that preserves the moisture of the Malvani language. This song has given great motivation to a lot of people stuck in depression.

Ajay Gogavle’s best devotional track that stirred all of Maharashtra in the devotion of Lord Vitthal was Mauli. This was one of the chart-toppers for nearly a year after it’s launch.

Sairat Jhala Ji:
Sairat was Nagraj Manjule’s work that even got adapted to a Bollywood film due to its exceptional storyline. The makers couldn’t drop the singer and musician duo Ajay-Atul as the music they gave the film was the soul of the film.

Lallati Bhandar:
One of the devotional songs by Ajay was Lallati Bhandar that praises Goddess Yellamma. This song was an important part of the film Jogwa that depicted the journey of two devdaasis in love. Ajay’s song and music connect the story with this creatively musical piece.

Bring It On:
Ajay’s voice is not a stereotype when it comes to devotional and emotional music. Bring It On has topped all music charts ever since its launch and has been the first choice for every Marathi party animal!

From singing in local events to starting his own musical ventures and now being the first choice for Bollywood, Ajay has only seen an upward graph. SpotboyE wishes the musical maestro a happy 44th!

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