5 Fun games for your sangeet night rock and roll!
One wedding function that we all eagerly look forward to is Sangeet. A whole lot of gaana bajaana and the family members performing to some dhinchak Bollywood numbers.
No long ceremonies, just pure, unadulterated crazy-ass fun. While most immediate family members perform,
don’t forget to keep the guests engaged and a little extra fun to your sangeet night.
How? Don’t worry we have lined up a few fun games for your sangeet night to make it rolling!
1. Dumb Charades
Dumb charades is a game that never fails to keep people engaged and entertained. You can involve people of all the age group. So, if you are looking to amp up the party mood then, this is one game to start with.
2. Dance Off
Dance battle between boys and girls, and ladki walas and ladke walas is too passé, so instead of having all your dances choreographed, make chits with some interesting bollywood numbers and put them in a bowl, let people draw a chit and each one has to dance to the songs mentioned in the chit.
3. Paper Dance
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This is one of those family games that couples can play and get extremely competitive and still have fun. Each couple gets a paper to define their boundaries and they have to fold the paper to half its size every time the song changes. If anyone of the couple gets a bit out of the boundary, the couple gets disqualified.
4. Passing the parcel
Every since the Hum Aapke Hai Kaun family played this game, it became the most played party game.
We all have played this game as a child and we can pull it off well at Sangeet! Play the music, pass a cushion around and whoever holds it as the music stops, has to perform a dare, be it a solo performance, sing a song or chug an entire Jameson’s bottle!
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How can Sangeet be over without people singing, so use this opportunity to get your guest along and make them participate too. This would be epic to have all the bathroom singers singing at your sangeet like no one is listening.
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