TOP 10 Bollywood Wedding Songs

18 Apr

What would an Indian wedding be without dance and song? Bollywood numbers and bhangra tunes are a vital part of the celebration! Problem is, there are so many tunes out there to choose from… The latest Bollywood songs played at weddings change as fast as Bollywood actors change costumes. To help you find the perfect tunes, we bring you a list of TOP 10 must-have songs that will definitely get the party started:

  1. Ainvayi Ainvayi-Band Baaja Baaraat A fun number known as the “war of the sexes” song. It has a mix of Punjabi flavors and wedding bash vibes. Just get the girl’s and boy’s sides to put on they’re dancing shoes and go freestyle!
  2. Nagada Nagada-Jab We Met Brings the rustic folklore charm of Punjabi bhangra to any party. An ideal one to either start the sangeet ceremony or end it with.
  3. Aahun Aahun-Love Aaj Kal A full-out fusion piece that mixes both lyrical and musical aspects of Punjabi, Hindi, and Western music. An all around awesome song to dance to.
  4. Aapka Kya Hoga-Housefull This is a retake of the old super hit song “Apni To Jaise Taise” from Laawaris (1981). Get your aunts and uncles on the stage for an impromptu dance!
  5. Khaike Paan Banaras-Don CLASSIC-HIT!!! Definitely a big crowd-pleaser.
  6. Jhoom Barabar Jhoom-Jhoom Barabar Jhoom Takes fun to a new level altogether. The song boasts a completely different tune while still hanging on to its hardcore North Indian feel.
  7. Say Shava Shava-K3G A typical Punjabi celebration dance track. It is one safe number that no one will get bored of listening and dancing to.
  8. Sajanji Vaari Vaari-Honeymoon Travels Pvt. Ltd. A fun number with a truly funky appeal. Its high-spirited, vivacious tune is sure to get the hips shaking on the dance floor.
  9. Sheila Ki Jawani-Tees Maar Khan A HUGE hit with a fusion of desi sounds.
  10. Munni Badnaam Hui Darling-Dabangg Another incredible item number that will get everyone dancing at a sangeet party.
Enjoy the party!

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