World Hello Day 2019: 7 Bollywood Songs With The Word Hello For You To Groove On
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Today is World Hello Day. This word 'Hello' has been part of our system now and we hardly need any help to blurt it out. The moment our phone rings, we pick it up and say Hello. So why does it have a day? Well as per Wikipedia, 'World Hello Day is a secular holiday observed annually on November 21, to express that conflicts should be resolved through communication rather than the use of force.' It was founded by Brian McCormack, a Ph.D. graduate of Arizona State University, and Michael McCormack, a graduate of Harvard University in 1973. This was done in response to Yom Kippur War. World Hello Day 2019: Know How to Say Hello in 10 Different Languages

Now whatever may be the reason behind this day's existence, Bollywood surely dished out a few songs with Hello in the lyrics. We have them right here for you.

Hello Doctor (Duniya Dilwalon Ki, 1996)

Many of you might not even remember this movie or the song for that matter. Well, what are we for! You can thank us later....

Dil mera bole, hello how are you (Yash, 1996)

We would like to know who remembers this song! That's because we too couldn't believe it when we managed to recall it.

Hello Hello bolke (Aakrosh, 1998)

It has Suniel Shetty dancing to the Hello word wearing a crop top! Should we say more?

Hello Brother (Hello Brother, 1999)

Now that's one song we just can't forget or forgive! Salman Khan is a ghost here...point to be noted!


Hello hello - Party Mix (Hello, 2008)

What do you remember about this film which was based on Chetan Bhagat's One Night At A Call Centre? Salman Khan, right and this particular song! So here it is!

Gallan Goodiyaan (Dil Dhadakne Do, 2015)

That's one of our favourites and a song we love to dance on at discotheques. Don't you too?

Hello Hello (Pataakhaa, 2018)

So yea, Malaika Arora also moved to a song which had Hello in it and it ends there.

Which one of them of above is your favourite Hello track? We have our digs on the Suniel Shetty song...It was so ahead of its time in case of fashion.