Best Bollywood Wedding Songs

The wedding is an important celebration in everyone’s life. In India, weddings have special customs and they all are performed with music and joy. In all the weddings, there must be music and songs to make it look lively. Even the choice of the song has to perfectly go with the ambiance. Bollywood has been producing many wedding songs from the past many years. In 2017 too, there have been many songs which can be used in weddings.

Top 10 Best Bollywood Wedding Songs 2018

Here we have selected the 10 Best Bollywood Wedding songs of 2017.

10. “Gulaabo” – Shaandaar

With over 24 million views on Youtube, the “Gulaabo” song from the film ‘Shaandaar’ features Alia Bhatt and Shahid Kapoor. It is an awesome dance track where the both the actors seem dancing in full joy. A perfect have a song for weddings that also features a rap by female artist Anusha Mani. The original track has been sung by Vishal Dadlani and its music has been created by Amit Trivedi. The lyrics have been written by Anvita Dutt.

9. “Oh Ho Ho Ho” – Hindi Medium

“Oh Ho Ho Ho” is an old by popular singer Sukhbir. It has been used as a track in the film ‘Hindi Medium which features Irrfan Khan and Saba Qamar. The song is very non-stop with beats and is a Punjabi track. It was also popular when it was released in its original version. The new version also features a rap by Ikka. Its lyrics have been penned by Kumaar and the music composition is by Sukhbir and Abhijit Vaghani. Add it to your playlist, you will not be disappointed.

8. “Senti Wali Mental” – Shaandaar

Yet another song from the film ‘Shaandaar’, the “Senti Wali Mental” song has been sung by Arijit Singh, Neeti Mohan, Amit Trivedi and Swanand Kirkire. Music and lyrics are by Amit Trivedi and Amitabh Bhattacharya. The song features a qawwali type environment which can be used in weddings. It is about girls competing with guys. This song has got over 6 million views on YouTube.

7. “Kudi Gujarat Ki” – Sweetie Weds NRI

Jasbir Jassi got popular of this song “Kudi Gujrat Ki”. After many years, his song has been used again in the film ‘Sweetie Weds NRI’. In the new version, you will witness a rap by Sonia Sharma and Kd. This track was composed by Jaidev Kumar and the lyrics were written by Devendra Kafir and Shyam Bhateja. As the video itself is in a dance club, it becomes a decent choice to be used in weddings. The amazing Punjabi song will make you shake your body with its tune.

6. “Tu Meri” – BANG BANG!

The song “Tu Meri” from the film ‘BANG BANG!’ has been composed by the duo of Vishal – Shekhar. The lyrics and vocals have been provided by Vishal Dadlani. Hrithik Roshan has danced amazingly in the video. This is a wonderful dance song that will grab anyone’s attention. The song has got over 47 million views on YouTube. The groovy song will make you flaunt your body if you are attending a wedding.

5. “Zingaat” – Sairat

The “Zingaat” song is not a Hindi song. It is from the Marathi movie ‘Sairaat’. This song has become very popular in the entire country for its dance track. The music and lyrics have been provided by Ajay – Atul. It has been sung by Ajay Gogavale and Atul Gogavale. Even if you don’t understand the lyrics of “Zingaat”, you will automatically rejoice after listening to this song. The song has become so popular that it is also used in TV shows in India. It has been viewed by over 55 million times on YouTube. If you play this song in any wedding, all the guest will start to move their body.

4. “Kala Chashma” – Baar Baar Dekho

The “Kala Chashma” song from the film ‘Baar Baar Dekho’ has got a massive 279 million views on YouTube. This is a hot Punjabi number which features Sidharth Malhotra and Katrina Kaif. You will love this song for its nice party tune. It is perfect to be used in weddings as it has that foot tapping beat. To add, there is also a rap by popular artist Badshah & Indeep Bakshi. The music has been composed by Prem Hardeep and lyrics are by Amrik Singh and Kumaar. This wonderful track has been sung by Amar Arshi and Neha Kakkar.

3. “Tamma Tamma” – Badrinath Ki Dulhaniya

More than 2 decades ago, the song “Tamma Tamma” made the nation went crazy and even now it still continue. This time in a remake version the song also features a rap by Baadshah. It has garnered over 180 million views on YouTube. Unlike the original version, this video features Alia Bhatt and Varun Dhawan. The track has been sung by Bappi Lahiri and Anuradha Paudwal. Bappi Lahiri’s music has been remodified my Tanishk Bagchi and the lyrics of Indeevar got added by the rap written by Badshah.

2. “Badri Ki Dulhaniya” – Badrinath Ki Dulhaniya

Where there is Varun Dhawan, there is dance. The song “Badri Ki Dulhaniya” from ‘Badrinath Ki Dulhaniya’ is one amazing dance song which can go well in a wedding. By receiving more than 265 million views on YouTube, this song is must if you are into dancing. Varun and Alia Bhatt have danced beautifully in the track which has been composed by Tanishk Bagchi. The vocals are rendered by Neha Kakkar, Dev Negi, Monali Thakur, Rajnigandha Shekhawat, and Ikka Singh. This song is a fusion of rap and qawwali.

1. “London Thumakda” – Queen

All of us have listened to this song “London Thumakda” from the film Queen. It is one entertaining song that is must for every occasion including weddings. In the video, you will see everyone dancing to the tune of this wonderful track. It has been sung by Sonu Kakkar, Neha Kakkar, and Labh Janjua. Amit Trivedi has composed the music of the song and it has been written by. This spicy Punjabi song will make you feel dancing and change your mood into jolly.

Wedding is the peak of memorable events in human life. To make it the best memory, one needs to create the heavenly atmosphere so that everyone can enjoy themselves to the fullest and make every moment count. Wedding songs are an integral part of weddings and these top 10 best Bollywood wedding sons of 2017 are tailor-made to give a strong boost to the wedding ambiance.

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