The entire world thinks of Indian weddings as one gala celebration of fooding, dancing and singing. From the sangeet to the bidaai, the non-stop naach gaana sessions are taken very seriously. Sometimes they are rehearsed months in advance with almost each and every member of the family taking part in a dance routine. It is endearing to see grand old mamaiji grooving to Baby Doll or that grumpy uncleji shake a leg to London Thumakda, all for the sake of the bride - such is the magic of a wedding! Here are 13 ladies sangeet songs for the entire family to dance and groove, all together!
Who can stop themselves from grooving to this song from our favourite film? Among the many things this film gave us, this song is the ultimate wedding number that brings the entire family together.
Through the years Alia Bhatt has shown us her acting chops but she has also proved herself to be Bollywood’s ultimate party princess with a bevy of peppy numbers. We love Kar Gayi Chull for its fun and quirky lyrics and we love, love, love the moves and Alia’s mast maula expressions. Don’t forget to rehearse THAT too!
Our favourite Kangana seems to have become synonymous with both breakthrough acting and some serious wedding dance moves. After London Thumakda, we have Banno where not one but two Kanganas vie for our attention with Tanu’s sexy matkas and Kusum’s awkwardly adorable jhatkas. The song is full of swagger too!
Kajol and SRK in a dance number! Do we need more? Well, yes. To top it off Tukur Tukur is actually a full-on celebration song with a lot of party promise!
Kapoor and Sons brings us not one but two party numbers. Let’s Nacho is hot and explains itself (Let’s Dance!) and features some killer dance moves you can easily put to use. Call out to the family and remind them to bring along their dancing shoes!
This song is the late evening jam to remind everyone that slacking off absolutely won’t do because the dancing has just begun! With such a lot of groovy promise it would be unwise not to include this awesome sauce number on your dance list!
Varun Dhawan, Siddharth Malhotra and Alia Bhatt shake it up in their debut film with this warm and upbeat dance number. Definitely a family dance affair!
Energetic, peppy number and a hatke picturisation/choreography, this song has the potential for some interesting moves.
How can a song written for a wedding not be danced on during a wedding? Especially when it has Ranbir Kapoor, Deepika Padukone and her perfect midriff? A must in every wedding for i’s quirky lyrics.
The song that took the party scene by storm, this number is indispensable for a wedding/party/get together.
Although not a recent number most wedding performances are considered incomplete without this perfect wedding track.
Another fun party number from the film Roy, this is a fitting wedding dance number too.
Everything about Bollywood changed when Sunny Leone gyrated her way to our living rooms singing, “Baby Doll Main Soney Di.” Although some time has passed since the song released we still cannot stop ourselves from breaking into the moves the moment we hear Kanika Kapoor’s sweet voice croon, “Yeh duniya, duniya pittal di…” Yep, we are all golden baby dolls. This one’s the show stopper for sure!