2016’s Top 10 Bollywood Party Anthems
From EDM to Hip Hop to foot thumping house music, we groove to all kinds of songs, but the real party does not start till hardcore desi Bollywood numbers blast through the speakers. That is what gets people to lose all their inhibitions and show off some brilliant moves.
With 2016 nearing its end and parties lined up all around, we are putting together our list of popular Bollywood chartbusters that will set the dance floor on fire. An eclectic mix of lively, crazy and high-octane foot tapping numbers await you.
One of the most popular party anthems of the year, ‘Kala Chashma’ ruled the charts for quite some time. The original track from the late 1990s got a fantastic makeover by rapper Badshah who added his trademark style to this Punjabi firecracker of a number. With a perfect fusion of techno and Punjabi music, this song does not fail to draw people to the dance floor.
Baby Ko Bass Pasand Hai
A Salman Khan film is sure to have hit tracks that rule the charts long after the release of the film. Sultan was no different and the one song that stood above the rest was the funky ‘Baby Ko Bass Pasand Hai’. Composers Vishal-Shekhar delivered an iconic dance number, which combined with Salman’s quintessential moves has become the life of every party.
Kar Gayi Chull
A couple of years ago, Badshah and Haryanvi singer Fazilpuria created a song called ‘Chull’. Today we enjoy its remixed version in the form of ‘Kar Gayi Chull’ from Kapoor & Sons. The laidback vibe and groovy music gets you swaying and is bound to crank up the quirkiness quotient of any party.
Beat Pe Booty
Dancer or not, everyone moves to ‘Beat Pe Booty’. The web was filled with the ‘Beat pe Booty challenge’ and the song was an instant favorite with party-goers. With its catchy lyrics and fantastic music, this Sachin – Jigar, Vayu & Kanika Kapoor song had the entire nation dancing to their tune.
Addictive beats and eccentric lyrics best describe ‘Gulaabo’. Written by Anvita Dutt, the song was sung by Vishal Dadlani and Anusha Mani who enhanced the fun quotient of the song with their powerful voices. The song has made its way to the party circuit
Sau Tarah Ke
A high-octane dance number, much like the film it was part of, is Jonita Gandhi and Amit Mishra’s ‘Sau Tarah Ke’. With its Arabic feel, perfect for some belly dancing movies, Pritam created a chartbuster which rules every party play playlist. So wear your dancing shoes and get into the groove with this popular track.
When Yo Yo Honey Singh created the song ‘High Heels’ back in 2012 it was an instant hit. Such was its popularity that when the track got a filmy upgrade in Ki & Ka, it continued its winning streak. When you have an impressive team comprising names like Meet Bros Anjjan and Yo Yo Honey Singh, you can expect nothing short of a spectacular dance number with Punjabi tadka.
The Breakup Song
Who would’ve thought that a ‘Breakup’ song would become the life of every party. This quirky and complete dance number ensures that you forget all your heartbreak woes and celebrate your break up! With music by none other than Pritam and the voices of Arijit Singh, Badshah and rising star Jonita Gandhi, you have a tune that will make you move even after the party’s over!
We became instant fans of the ‘Jabra Fan Anthem’ sung by Nakash Aziz in Hindi. The song reached such heights that it has six different versions sung in six languages. This number has been on our playlist all year long and parties at the end of the year will be incomplete without this hit.
Dil Cheez Tujhe Dedi
This Ankit Tiwari composition from Airlift is reminiscent of the old pop song ‘Didi Didi’ by Khaled. With its Middle Eastern music and Arijit Singh’s vocals this catchy retro track has become a huge party favorite.
Any popular track that we may have missed? Do let us know in the comments below.
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