Chingari koi bhadke: From the 1972 Hindi film 'Amar Prem'. The film was directed by Shakti Samanta, and was based on the story 'Nishipadma' by Bibhutibhushan Bandopadhyay.
Roop tera mastana: This song from 'Aradhana' showed crackling sexuality between Rajesh Khanna and sharmila Tagore, who was rather delectably wrapped in a red towel, while Khanna wooed her. This sequence was among the first in the genre that hinted at sexual love to follow.
Jai Jai Shiv Shankar: With Mumtaz in the film 'Aap ki Kasam', this song is another spell-binding product of the partnership between Kishore Kumar and Panchamda. It shows a more mature Rajesh Khanna with Mumtaz.
Yeh shyam mastani: This song from the Bollywood blockbuster 'Kati Patang' sees the superstar in natty yellow trousers crooning to nature's bountiful beauty, while looking mischievously at the film's leading lady Asha Parekh.
Zindagiii..kaise hai pehli: This one is sung by Manna Dey from the film 'Anand'. This song sees Rajesh Khanna on a sea beach, pondering the many titillating ways of life – perhaps a precursor to the fate he is to meet in the film.
O mere dil ke chain: From another superhit 'Mere Jeevan Saathi', this song sees Rajesh Khanna working his charms on a demure Tanuja in a yellow and baby pink chiffon number. The song is composed by the master of drum-beating hearts RD Burman.
Nadiya se dariya: This song from 'Namak Haram' is sung to Rekha by a carefree, high-on-bhaang Rajesh Khanna.The lyrics was by the inimitable RD Burman and the impressive starcast also included Amitabh Bachchan and Simi Grewal.
Mere sapnon ki raani: This iconic song is from the movie 'Aradhana', the boisterous love story between a pilot and the lovely Sharmila Tagore. The song, sees Kaka singing on a jeep, much to the bemusement of Sharmila. This song brings out in full force the megastar's many facial tweaks and twitches.
Hum dono do premi: From the movie Ajnabee, this song sees Rajesh Khanna pairing up with Zeenat Aman and brought to crackling life by the creativity of the foursome – Rajesh Khanna, Shakti Samanta, RD Burman and Kishore Kumar.
Kahi dur jab dil dhal jay: Sung by Mukesh from the superhit film 'Anand', this song captures Rajesh Khanna in a pensive mood, walking listlessly in the courtyard of his house.