Indian weddings are all about dancing and singing your way to tell the world that you are getting married. In fact, you don’t need to do much. Your families do the needful. So of course there are songs needed with those punches and beats thrown in to make you groove! Fret not! Bollywood has always had just the numbers for that. From the rustic charm of villages to the sassiest moves of the millennia decades, our movies have got all the chart-busters to burn your wedding dance floor. Let us take a look at some of the grooviest ones.
Banno, Tanu Weds Manu Returns
The shadi dance has never been swaggier. This is just the number for that.
Dilliwali Girlfriend, Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani
The perfect one to show your moves at the sangeet. This is flirty, and foot tapping.
Pinga, Bajirao Mastani
Though this has a very old feel to it, given that this was picturized on the characters of Kashibai and Mastani, still this is a nice traditional number.
Navrai Majhi, English Vinglish
A folk song revamped for this heart-warming movie, this too is a perfect addition to your playlist.
Badtameez Dil, Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani
This is the one for your bachelorette, and a thumping good one too.
Aunty Ji, Ekk Main Aur Ekk Tu
Sure there are enough aunties at the weddings, and these beats can make the get up and show some moves.
Ainvayi Ainvayi, Band Baaja Baaraat
This too is a quintessential wedding number that has infectious beats.
Iski Uski, 2 States
A funky number to spice up an already enthusiastic Punjabi wedding, this is the perfect song.
Rum & Whisky, Vicky Donor
The fusion of Bengali and Pujabi cultures came alive in the video, and the same wedding madness can be felt in the audio too.
D Se Dance, Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania
Not that popular, but still a good choice to keep the playlist going.
Gallan Goodiyaan, Dil Dhadakne Do
This is not a wedding number but certainly has the spirit of celebration with the mad lyrics and beats.
Ooo! This one sure is a must play for the coy bride who doesn’t want to get up and dance.
Radha, Student of The Year
A spunky one, this one too can’t stop you from showing off your moves.
Nagada Nagada, Mauja Hi Mauja; Jab We Met
The movie sure had melodious numbers and these two were best on dancing counts.
London Thumakda, Queen
Whether the wedding happened or not in the movie, still we love the song and the total wedding dhamaka feels that it brings with it.
Know any others? Let us know in the comments.