Eid ul-Fitr is the occasion of merriment, indulging in delicious food after breaking a month long Ramadan fast and spending time with near and dear ones. Executive members of Ruyat-E-Hilaal Committee, Karnataka confirmed the -Sighting of moon, which means that the Eid ul Fitr 2019 will be celebrated on June 5. What is a better way to celebrate Eid than to play blockbuster Bollywood Eid special songs on loops? Here's 5 songs that you can add to your playlist.
Dekho Chaand Aya-Sawariya
Ranbir Kapoor and Sonam Kapoor's lovely track from Saawariya is a complete visual treat. The musical piece given by music director Monty Sharma is unforgettable and can be played on the occassion of Eid if you are love struck and your flame is visiting you.
Aaj Ki Party – Bajrangi Bhaijaan
The high on energy song from Salman Khan’s 2015 blockbuster Bajrangi Bhaijaan also featuring Kareena Kapoor Khan was exclusively added keeping the happy occasion of Eid al-Fitr in mind. Mika Singh, the party starter has lend his voice for the song. The peppy music and vocals will make you burn the dance floor during Eid celebrations.
Arziyan – Delhi-6
Arziyan from Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra’s 2009 film Delhi-6 is a musical ode to the significance of Eid. This qawwali jugalbandi by Javed Ali and Kailash Kher, has taken the song’s essence a notch higher. The scenes of our Muslim friends bowing down in the prayer and wishing each other Eid Mubarak at the iconic Jama Masjid will fill your hearts with love and pride.'
Jumme Ki Raat – Kick
Songs from Salman Khan's films are the ultimate chart toppers. Right from the captivating and energetic voices of Mika Singh and Palak Muchhal to electrifying dance steps by Salman and Jacqueline makes for the most dynamic dance number for Eid celebrations.
Noor E Khuda – My Name Is Khan
Not every one is a part person. If you want to spend some quite time this soothing melody from Shah Rukh Khan's My Name is Khan will give you company. A powerful song in soothing voice of Adnan Sami, Shankar Mahadevan and Shreya is about awakening one’s spiritual side. It is in line with the teachings of the holy month of Ramadan. Noor which means light and Khuda is The Almighty and this song is about lightening our soul in front of the supreme power.