Top 3 Himesh - Shreya Ghoshal duet combo songs:

1. Aashiq Banaya Aapne Title Trax

Her standout lines are HUUUUU (off-da-hook desperation plea emphasis twist whereby she pours her heart out) from 3.13 to 3.14, TOOTNE LAGI HU (off-da-hook catchy) from 3.28 to 3.29 in 1st stanza, HAAAI (off-da-hook profound quick twist) from 4.58 to 4.59, KAR DIYA HAI (off-da-hook catchy) from 5.02 to 5.04 in 2nd stanza. 

well it could be argued that Shreya Ghoshal has done one of her best playback singing for Himesh in Aashiq Banaya Aapne Title Trax...her lines are Historic in the song, in 1st stanza...Hooo (awesome alaap) from 3:07 to 3:08, Apne Daayre Se Me Toh Chootne Lagi Huuu (off-da-hook desperation plea twist, pours her heart out) from 3:12 to 3:13, Chootne Lagi Huuu (off-da-hook twist) from 3:23 to 3:24, Tere Bazuon Me Aake Tootne Lagi Hu (off-da-hook singing) from 3:26 to 2nd stanza, Ha-haan-haan (awesome alaap twist) from 4:41 to 4:42, Betabiyon Ne Humko Chur Kar Diya Haai (off-da-hook desperation plea twist, pours her heart out) from 4:46 to 4:47, Diya Haai (terrific quick profound twist) from 4:57 to 4:58...along with vibrant Techno instrument which enhances overall melody and really gives kick e.g. from 3:17 to 3:19

2. Tujhe Dekh Ke Armaan Jaage - Kajraare

3. Tera Mera Milna - AKS The Moviee

Her stand out lines are JODI SAB KI MILAAYE RAB JODIYAAN BANAYE AASMANO MEIN from 2.58 to 3.05, MILNA-AAAA (melodious intense haunt feel twist) from 3.18 to 3.19 & 3.22 to 3.23 in 1st stanza.

Shreya Ghoshal's best vocals in a Himesh 'composed only' song which is sung with other male singer/s in post ABA era are in BALMA from KHILADI 786.

Shreya ji who is rather shy, soft spoken n innocent showed her naughtiness n bindaasgiri in Go Go Govinda and Balma, thus stepping out of her usual comfort zone n doing full justice to the songs requirements. The most naughty that Shreya has been in a Himesh song is in Go Go Govinda from Oh My God.

With other singer in Post ABA era:

> Balma from Khiladi 786 - Nobody could have sung it better than Shreya, in terms of same andaaz and required attitude the way she sung it with flair n bindaasgiri.

Some of her great songs in pre ABA era:

> Maine Chun Liya - Dil Maange More (2004)

Her standout lines are NIKHAAAAAAR (prolonged) AAAAR (terrific abrupt up twist) from 4.18 to 4.21, NAYI (halke se innocent feel) at 4.22, BAHAAAAAAAR (prolonged melody) AAAA (off da hook abrupt up twist) AAAAR (off da hook twists-n-turns) from 4.24 to 4.29

> Bhool Jaayenge Hum - Kuch Meetha Ho Jaaye (2005)

> Tu Hi Mera Dil Hai - Yakeen (2005)

Her standout lines, BEHKE HAI AARMAAN, MEHKA SAMAA HAI...TANHAIYYON KA-AAA (terrific twist) at 2.56, PAL SHABNAMI HAI (terrific subtle feel twist) from 2.59 to 3.00 in 1st stanza, DEEWAANGEE HAI DEEWANAPAN HAI, KAISE BATAU-UUN (terrific twist) at 4.29, KAISI LAGAN HAI (terrific desperation plea twist) from 4.31 to 4.32 in 2nd stanza.

> Chahenge Tumhe - Vaah! Life Ho Toh Aisi (2005)

> Papa Mere Papa - Main Aisa Hi Hoon (2005)

She sung it with so much innocence n sincerity, bhaut shidat aur masoomiyaat se gaaya hai.

> Dil Toh Udne Laga - Tum, A Dangerous Obsession (2004)

> Tune Di Bekarari - Blackmail (2005)

Three of her best vocals in pre ABA era are in BHOOL JAYENGE HUM from KUCH MEETHA HO JAAYE, TU HI MERA DIL HAI from YAKEEN and MAINE CHUN LIYA from DIL MANGE MORE.

Shreya Ghoshal is a versatile singer who can change her voice to suit n adapt to different compositions.

Her following lines in Himesh Reshammiya songs give a 'chill pill down the spine' to the listeners:

> her croons in between 2nd stanza gap of TERIYAAN MERIYAAN from KAJRAARE


> her starting vocals in TERI MERI DOSTI KA AASMAN from RADIO

> The laidback beat along with her mystic vocals from 2.30 to 2.56 in between 2nd stanza gap gives proceedings a Nostalgic touch in BHOOL JAYENGE HUM VERSION 2 from KUCH MEETHA HO JAAYE