Shake your leg on these Bollywood songs and make your Holi more vibrant this year
Its that time of the year when you get high on bhaang and show off your moves. Yes, its Holi and what better way to celebrate this festive occasion than by adding filmy tadka to it. Well, Bollywood has always glorified the festival of colours through a variety of songs which are timeless and everlasting. In fact, these Holi tracks are played again and again every year and no one even complains because ‘Bura na mano Holi hai’, right? So while I am pretty sure all of you have already made plans for Holi, don’t forget to dance on these 6 Bollywood songs if you want to experience the true magic and excitement of this colourful festival…
Rang Barse from Silsila: This Amitabh Bachchan-Rekha starrer song is a classic and therefore is on the top of our list. I really don’t need to say much about this number because we have all grown up dancing on this one, right? Your Holi won’t be Holi until you dance on Rang Barse!
Balam Pichkari from Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani: This song from Ranbir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone starrer Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani is a typical Bollywood dance number. Upbeat music and catchy lyrics make it perfect for the occasion. So get high on bhaang, play this song and your foot will start tapping automatically.
Let’s play Holi from Waqt: Well, if you want to ask someone to play Holi with you then all you need to do is play this song sung by none other than Anu Malik. Yes, his voice may not particularly appeal to you but it is absolutely worth dancing on this track. You’ll have loads of fun, trust me!
Rang De Basanti title track: Okay, so this one isn’t exactly related to Holi but the festival is all about ‘rang’ that is colour and hence inclusion. Also, its a foot-tapping number which will compel you to groove irrespective of whether you are high on bhaang, high on love or just high on life.
Holi Khele Raghuveera from Baghban: This one too features Big B. Guess he is the Shehenshah of Holi too? Jokes apart, Holi Khele Raghuveera is a beautiful composition and apt for the occasion. The song has captured the true essence of Holi plus its a foot-tapping number! What else do you need, hai na?
Lahu Munh Lag Gaya from Ram-Leela: Yes, this is one a slow romantic number and does seem like the odd one out. But hey, if you’re playing Holi with someone special this year then this is the song you need to play and get grooving. After all, Holi and love go hand-in-hand…wink wink!