Don't judge me because at some point in your vividly-colourful life, a Himesh Reshammiya song has made complete sense. 

For a budding romance, Himesh bhai gave Aashiq Banaya Aapne, to kickstart a party, there was Jhalak Dhiklaja and for heartbreaks, there was the eternal Tera Tera Tera Surroor

What was it about that annoyingly-croaky, nasal-voice that had us associating our life's instances with his songs? 

The man held the mic at a particular angle, casually dressed in a jacket with that iconic red cap placed on his head and trust you me, I knew of girls who went weak in their knees at the very sight of him.

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From 2005 to 2008, Himesh Reshammiya's music was everywhere. His peculiar style of singing had people mesmerized. But unfortunately today, nobody acknowledges it.

I understand because I'm a part of that group. His song from the glory days might be playing somewhere, but there's no way that I'd hum along, despite knowing every word of it.

I mean, the man came up with stuff like, "I love you o sayyoni. Koi shaq? Wassup?". Now, who's to be blamed for that except for him and only him?

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But that wasn't as bad because he still went on to make some decent music in his peculiar voice. 

What really put everyone off was when Himesh bhai went on a quest to prove that he could act. 

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The only good thing to have come out of this film was that even Himesh realized that it was very difficult for the world to take a fully-grown man seriously when he walks around in a cap like that.

And for some reason he realized that the best way to compensate for the cap was to thin down and pop out some abs. 

Now, that's a healthy life choice, except for the fact that watching the man walk around shirtless wasn't something we were prepared for.

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Then, there was his gig as a judge on Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Challenge, which gave the world an extremely-inspiring phrase. In the meme-scarce time of 2007, 'Jai Mat Di Let's Rock!' was some real-solid meme material. 

And how can we forget his iconic 'mujhe iske ghar mein roti chahiye' speech? I believe it was after watching himself in that episode that Himesh realized he could one day give competition to Oscar-winning actors!

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And now he does things like this:

And this:

And makes movies like these that can put you to zzz

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No wonder people don't want to admit that once upon a time, they too were fans of Himesh Reshammiya. 

The man didn't leave us a choice. Today, when I revisit that phase of my life, wait, who am I kidding? I never revisit that phase of my life and I know, neither do you!