World Sleep Day 2019 Songs: Listen To These 6 Beautifully Composed Bollywood Lullabies That Will Calm Your Mind (Watch Videos)
Sridevi in Sadma, Shabana Azmi in Masoom. (Photo Credits: YouTube Stills)

It is World Sleep Day today! The day is celebrated every year on March 15 with the purpose of promoting the health benefits of sleep. In the age of social media, people have automatically succumbed to the less-sleep pattern. Competition at work and extensive travelling too can sometimes leave people sleep-deprived. But then as it is a common lifestyle now, all we can do is find a solution to it instead of cribbing. And what can be a better solution than music? Bollywood has fortunately given us enough of soothing songs that can put us to sleep within minutes and it's time we make use of it IRL! World Sleep Day 2019: It’s March 15 & I Am at My Work Desk, Sleep Deprived; Ironic Much?.

Here are some of the amazing musical pieces given by our music maestros through various films. While they fit into the film's script, they are also relatable to people irrespective of they know about the film or not! Check out most celebrated lullabies/songs of Bollywood here. World Sleep Day 2019: Funny Memes, Jokes and GIFS on Sleep That People Who Love Their Bed Too Much Will Relate To.

Gudiya Rani, Lamhe- Although the Sridevi starrer had many other popular songs, this one is underrated. Composed by music composer duo Shiv-Hari, it features Waheeda Rehman in the video.

Soja Chanda Raja, Mission Kashmir- The otherwise intense film of Hrithik Roshan has this melodious song in it. Composed by Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy, the video features a young on-screen Hrithik who is soothed by his mom, played by Sonali Kulkarni.

Surmayee Akhiyon Mein, Sadma- This one composed by Ilaayaraja remains one of the best lullabies till date. The song stands out because of the unmatched bonding shown between Kamal Haasan and Sridevi.

Dheere Se Aaja, Albela- This track is something that no true music lover can ever forget to mention in the list. Composed by C Ramchandra, the music is so soothing that it has to calm you down in minutes.

Chandaniya Lori Lori, Rowdy Rathore- The new-age song is like a breath of fresh air in the age of rehashes. We wish more composers took inspiration from this and created new such tracks.

Do Naina Aur Ek Kahani, Masoom- The song is not only an important element in the story of the film, but also an iconic RD Burman creation. The track has Shabana Azmi in the video, who is trying to soothe her kid (played by young Urmila Matondkar) despite being in uncomfortable circumstances, herself.

These and more such songs are like the blessing to the history of mankind! Why take sleeping pills when you can have a healthy dose of music to quiet your bustling brain?