Top 20 Bollywood Wedding Songs

The wedding season is here and we want you to have fun, dress up and dance, Bollywood style. DESIblitz has handpicked a few of our favourite Bollywood wedding songs just for you!

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    This song is quirky, fun and can be enjoyed by all the guests especially the Punjabi uncles.

    For most Desis, shaadi season lasts all year round.
    The continual nach-gana, masti, wedding shopping, celebration, sangeet practices, bachelor parties – all the vital components for a big fat Desi wedding!

    And where there are Asian weddings, there has to be a dedicated Bollywood style sangeet night. There is not a single occasion that our dear Bollywood doesn’t have a song already prepared. You name it, they’ve got it!

    Bollywood songs offer a platter full of emotions suitable for Desi weddings right from emotional bidaai to naughty teaser ones.

    The entire sangeet and mehndi ceremony depend on the selection of the perfect wedding songs full of fun and excitement that will force you from your seat to dance. We’ve handpicked a few of our favourites.

    Wedding Songs

    ‘Mehndi Laga Ke Rakhna’ (Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge)

    This classic song from DDLJ has remained on wedding playlists for the last decade. It’s perfect for the couple to officially flirt and tease each other in front of the whole world, just before their wedding.

    ‘Gal Mitthi Mitthi’ (Aisha)

    This superb Punjabi song is one of the few good things to come out of Aisha. Easy to choreograph, it can be enjoyed by the younger members of the family, mostly the groom and his best men.

    ‘Navrai Majhi’ (English Vinglish)

    It will be a crime to be the mother of the bride and not dance on this song. This beautiful marathi song has the perfect lyrics for mother who is ready to give away her daughter.

    ‘Ainvayi Ainvayi’ (Band Baaja Baaraat)

    Made popular by the quirky dance moves and Ranveer Singh’s air guitar, this song is great for big groups to dance to. Let down your hair and unleash your inner rock god!

    ‘Bachna Ae Haseeno’ (Bachna Ae Haseeno)

    If the groom-to-be has been a total player before getting hitched, this track is perfect to describe his good ol’ days of fooling around.

    Wedding Songs

    ‘Genda Phool’ (Delhi 6)

    This one is perfect for the bride’s side to dance on, especially for the mother and the aunties because of its slow pace and beautiful lyrics which tease the groom’s relatives in a fun manner.

    ‘Maahi Ve’ (Kal Ho Naa Ho)

    This song never manages to get old or boring and is great for absolutely all the friends and relatives to dance on. The song compliments the bride-to-be and makes her feel special – which is exactly what she wants!

    ‘Sadi Gali’ (Tanu Weds Manu)

    This super energetic number will be customarily played by the DJ at every wedding. It is an electrifying, fun song which will set your foot tapping no matter how shy you are.

    ‘Raat Ke Dhai Baje’ (Kaminey)

    Especially composed for the bride-to-be, the song has such amazing beats that the dance steps come naturally to you. Oh yeah, you feel like a born dancer! Watch out Uncle-ji!

    ‘Dilli Wali Girlfriend’ (Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani)

    This song is wicked cool and can be enjoyed by the bride and the groom’s side together. It has fun beats, quirky lyrics and brilliant dance steps to copy and master for yourself.

    Watch all of the 20 Bollywood Wedding Songs here:

    ‘Tenu Leke’ (Salaam-E-Ishq)

    A sangeet is not a great sangeet unless you have at least one Salman Khan song to groove to.

    This is the ‘perfect’ irreplaceable song for the happy couple which talks about the groom’s intention of whisking his bride away.

    ‘Punjabi Wedding Song’ (Hasee Toh Phasee)

    This song is from the fresh lot and will be played this wedding season for sure. It is quirky, fun and can be enjoyed by all the guests especially the Punjabi uncles!

    ‘London Thumakda’ (Queen)

    This song is easily ‘the wedding song of 2014’. With crazy beats and eccentric lyrics, you can guarantee that there won’t be a single person in the room who won’t dance on this song.

    ‘Bole Chudiyan’ (K3G)

    This song has to be performed by the bride and the bridesmaids if the bride is a drama queen who loves being filmy. Mimicking the dance steps which Kareena does is as easy and graceful as it can get.

    ‘Saajan Ji Ghar’ (Kuch Kuch Hota Hai)

    This adorable song is a song which can be performed by the groom’s side to tease the bride-to-be. It talks about the groom who has come to take away his love, but how she is shying away and making excuses.

    Wedding Songs

    ‘Wah Wah Ramji’ (Hum Aapke Hain Koun)

    This song is a hymn for the groom’s brother and the bride’s sister. Ever since the movie came out, there is not a single Indian wedding where the brother and the sister respectively have not performed on this classic Salman-Madhuri song.

    ‘Radha’ (Student Of The Year)

    This song can be throughly enjoyed by the friends of the couple who tease each other and may even fall in love during the wedding fever.

    ‘Chhalka Chhalka Re’ (Saathiya)

    This song has beautiful music and lyrics which speak about what all emotions might be going through bride’s mind before her wedding day.

    ‘Mauja Hi Mauja’ (Jab We Met)

    There is not a single soul which will not be on the dance floor when this song is playing. With Shahid’s incredible dance moves to follow, this modern classic is here to stay.

    ‘Desi Girl’ (Dostana)

    Always a winner with the NRI grooms marrying an Indian kudi. No one can beat a DESI girl. What do you think DESIblitzers?

    Check out the playlist of our favourite wedding songs above, and get working on your best Bollywood dance moves! Because to dance or not to dance, that is never the question!

    Komal is a cinéaste, who believes she was born to love films. Apart from working as assistant Director in Bollywood, she finds herself doing photography or watching Simpsons. “All I have in life is my imagination and I love it that way!”

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