50 Absolute Best Bollywood Sangeet Songs to Dance on Like No One is Watching!
Bollywood and weddings are synonymous. The concept of dreamy weddings, prince charming, true and endless love is not just limited to fairy tales. Bollywood is to be equally blamed for making love stories and Indian weddings seem larger than life. There’s no harm in it. After all, we Indians love all the shor-sharaba and dhol-nagada and those little butterflies in the stomach waali feeling, when it’s all about weddings. (Of course the sajna-savarna is part of the package 😉 Likewise, pre-wedding functions are also celebrated with immense grandeur and fanfare. Especially, the sangeet ki raat that demands both old and young attending to let down their hair and have a gala time. If you’re still pondering on how to create a sangeet sequence that will be loved by all, what better than Bollywood to take some inspirations from to make it an affair that will last a lifetime? We’ve compiled a list of the latest to the timeless sangeet songs of Bollywood. Scroll down to check if these are a part of your playlist, if not get working on them now and let the jhatkas and the matkas start rolling!
Strictly For the Bride and her Bridal Party: Ladies Sangeet Songs
(2015) Dolly Ki Dolly – Phatte Tak Nachna (2015) Calendar Girls – Shaadi Wali Night (2010) Aisha – Gal Mithi Mithi (2005) Bluffmaster – Say Na, Say Na (2004) Hum Tum – Gore Gore Se Chore (1994) Hum Aapke Hai Koun – Joote Do, Paise Lo (1989) Chandni – Mere Haathon Mein
A Must for the Groom and his Boy Gang
(2014) Entertainment – Veerey Di Wedding (2014) Queen – London Thumakda (2011) Desi Boyz – Make Some Noise for Desi Boyz (2011) Ra.One – Chammak Challo (2007) Heyy Babyy – Dil Da Mamla Hai dilbar… Mast Kalandar (2002) Mere Yaar Ki Shaadi Hai – Title Song (1995) DDLJ – Mehndi Laga Ke Rakhna
Jodi Dancers: The Bride and the Groom
(2015) Kaati Batti – Sarfira (2014) Two States – Iski Uski (2013) Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani – Delhi Wali Girlfriend (2012) Student of the Year – Radha (2011) Patiala House – Laung Da Lashkara (2007) Bhool Bhulaiya – Let’s Rock Now Soniye
A Sangeet Ceremony That’s Incomplete without Some Ched-Chaad
(2015) Shaandaar – Senti Wali Mental (2011) Mausam – Saj Dhaj Ke (2010) Band Baaja Baarat – Ainvayi Ainvayi (2007) Partner – Dupatta Tera Nau Rang Da (2004) Bride and Prejudice – Balle Balle Ji (1994) Hum Aapke Hai Koun – Didi Tera Devar Deewana
Make the Baraatis Put Up a Swell Show!
( 2015) Tanu Weds Manu Returns – Main Ghani Bawri Ho Gayi (2008) Bachna Aa Haseeno – Jogi Mahi (2007) Salaam-e-Ishq – Tenu Leke Main Jawanga (2003) Main Prem Ki Deewani Hoon – Bani Bani (1999) Hum Saath Saath Hain – Chhote Chhote Bhaiyon Ke Bade Bhaiya (1994) Hum Aapke Hai Koun – Wah Wah Ramji
How About a Flash Mob?
( 2013) Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-Leela – Nagada Sang Dhol Baje (2011) Tanu Weds Manu – Sadi Gali (2007) Jab We Met – Nagada Nagada (2004) Mujhse Shaadi Karogi – Title Song (2001) Monsoon wedding – Kawa Kawa A Family That Shake a Leg Together Stays Together!
(2015) Dil Dhadakne Do – Galla Gudiyaan (2014) Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhaniya – Daingad Daingad (2014) Hasee Toh Phasee – Punjabi Wedding Song (2010) Band Baaja Baaarat – Baari Barsi (2007) Salaam-e-Ishq – Title Song
New on the Block!These songs are surely the ones that you can’t help but hum all-day-long! After all these are the ones playing everywhere because they are sweet, sensational and filled with romance. We bet your practice sessions on these numbers will create memories to be cherished for a lifetime!
Song: Raabta Title Song, Film: Raabta Song: Sau Aasmaan, Film: Baar Baar Dekho Song: Din Shagna Da Film: Phillauri Song: Nazm Nazm Film: Bareilly Ki Barfi Song: Dil Diyan Gallan Film: Tiger Zinda Hai Song: Humsafar, Film: Badrinath Ki Dulhania Song: Senorita Film: Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara And our 50th best is not a Bollywood song, rather a new pop number on the block sung by our favourite Neha Kakkar and featuring our ‘thumka queen’ Shilpa Shetty – Wedding Da Season! Break a leg! 😉 That’s a lot to take in, but we’re sure you’ll find that perfect song to express your innermost feelings just a day or two before your big-big celebration. If you have any other Bollywood inspired sangeet song suggestions you think will rock an event, drop us a line in the comments & we’ll get back to you!