Make Diwali celebrations more peppy with these 10 Bollywood party songs
Diwali is around the corner and everyone is busy with the preparations already. While shopping, cleaning, food, etc always remain on the list, the party fever is heightened too. When there’s party, there’s Bollywood attached to it. Bollywood songs have always been the grooving numbers among the Indian folks, be it family gathering or a discotheque. So here are few B-Town peppy songs that would add more stars to the Diwali celebrations.
Composed by Badshah, the party number Bhare Bazaar, from Arjun Kapoor and Parineeti Chopra starrer recent release Namastey England is the groovy party number to shake a leg. Vishal Dadlani, Badshah, Payal Dev, and B Praak have given voice to Master Rakesh’s lyrics.
Mitron might not have hit the box-office chart with flying colours, but this song has surely done wonders. Composed by Lijo George and DJ Chetas, 'Kamariya' is a melodious blend of traditional Gujarati folk Garbas and the modern rap.
TERE NAAL NACHNA
When Badshah is involved, the song automatically turns a certified party song. Nawabzaade song ‘Tere Naal Nachna’, written, composed and sung by Badshah and Sunanda Sharma, will compel you to hit the dance floor.
HIGH RATED GABRU
Guru Randhawa aka Guru has won million hearts for his many hit singles such as Lahore, Patola, Suit, Ban Ja Rani, and adding more to his list, High Rated Gabru is yet another fantastic party song.
This peppy song from the box-office hit Stree ruled the chartbuster for a very long time. Bring all your latkas and jhatkas on the stage and bring out the inner party animal with this song. Sung by Mika Singh and composed by music composer duo Sachin-Jigar, the song is everything Bollywood.
The quirky party number from Batti Gul Meter Chalu is all whistle fantastic and you won’t be able to stop dancing on the perfect party beats. Composed by Sachet-Parampara, the dance number is sung by Mika Singh, Sachet Tandon, and Prakriti Kakar.
The spicy and oh-so-sizzling moves that can be tuned to this party anthem are infinite. The voice of Neha Kakkar, Dhvani Bhanushali, Ikka, and hailing from the film Satyameva Jayate, this song will surely raise the room’s temperature.
Kem cho? Well if you are not, after grooving to this vivacious song, you will definitely shout ‘Maja Ma’. It seems Singer-rapper Ikka Singh surely knows how to set the party mood right and this song from Saif Ali Khan starrer Baazaar explains it all.
Parties seem to be incomplete without the singer-rapper Yo Yo Honey Singh! Recreation of the hit Prabhu Deva and Madhuri Dixit dance number Urvashi, this new rendition makes heavy use of the groovy beat of the original song and its chorus.
The yesteryear songs that got a party makeover, this remixed medley of several Bollywood songs - Rafta Rafta, O Mere Sona Re, Salaam-E-Ishq and Main Jat Yamla Pagla is another foot tapping number. Yamla Pagla Deewana: Phir Se might have been rough to the eyes, but the song adds up to the list of party anthems!