After a few shots, we miss all the house parties where dancing to old Bollywood dance music was a frequent practice. Who doesn’t have those memories and reminisce about those times? Maybe no one.
Several tunes will bring back memories of those times. Tracks that can get you in the groove with the first beat abound in Bollywood in the 2000s.
Especially when you’re surrounded by your closest pals, a bustling pub, and some catchy Hindi music. The trio ensures a memorable evening. Furthermore, several of these popular songs feature even more popular hook steps, which are guaranteed to help the group’s dancers stand out and perform flawless choreography.
‘Crazy Kiya Re‘ from Dhoom 2 comes to mind. How could anyone not know the steps to that one?
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1. Thug Le
One of our favorite songs from the lovely 9XM days, when two superstars were born, is a must-have for every occasion.
The song’s lighthearted dialogue is a great icebreaker for your guests, and they’ll be swaying to the beats in no time. Also, could we please, oh please, get Vishal to sing us some more party songs?
2. Dhating Naach
After four shots, you’ll need a crazy, fascinating Bollywood song to dance to.
We honestly didn’t care about the lyrics because the beats were perfect for bringing out our tapori side and offering full Ganpati visarjan feelings, and Shahid’s expressions were the cherry on top. So, so, so good!
3. Jhalla Wallah
No Bollywood event is complete without a performance by exclusive women, and this song is ideal for that.
classical touches in the start, as well as the whole roasting male emotions that are going on in the song, along with Shreya Ghoshal’s gorgeous voice, are all you need to take your party to the next level.
4. Aa Ante Amalapuram
You need a last dhamakedaar song to conclude the night on a high note with only two brain cells left, and there is nothing that can better this song.
All you need for your Bollywood portion to be a smash are energetic vibes, powerful vocals, and the pure sense of an item number.
5. Zor Ka Jhatka
Things are starting to get serious now that you’ve had so much alcohol. So why not follow it up with an actual party song?
Whether you’re single or married, this song never fails to entertain you, making you want to get on the dance floor and release all of your emotions.
6. Rola Pe Gaya
We’ve always been at a crossroads in terms of finding a song that both our family and ourselves can appreciate while also giving us our part vibes. Shankar Ehsaan Loy, thankfully, grasped the brief and delivered this smash hit.
It contains everything from traditional Punjabi vocals to Hard Kaur’s humorous rap, talking about the bittersweet emotion of the holiday season, as well as complete amorous sentiments between the protagonists.
This, my friends, is what we refer to as inclusion.
7. Dhat Teri Ki
A questionable performer with the best tunes, a fiery mix, much like this song. When you listen closely, what appears to be an ordinary club tune is a clever invitation for a consensual connection.
This song, with Sanam Puri’s seductive vocals, would be a fantastic addition to your playlist to “get your party started.”
8. Ainvayi Ainvayi
Ainvayi From the moment the promo was published, Ainvayi turned us into their biggest fans, and not having this on your playlist is akin to committing a deadly sin.
Sunidhi and Salim’s drug-like voices provide all the energy needed to get a party started in this full-on Punjabi Bollywood song.
It’s a must-have at all our events, whether it’s for the amusing conversation or just our collective passion for the hook step.
9. Aunty Ji
We needed a song to honor all of the Aunties in the house, and Ash King and Amit Trivedi did it better than anyone could have dreamed.
From the first beat, this lively, cheerful tune has your foot tapping, and you won’t be able to stop. If that wasn’t enough, we also had Bosco, who with his amazing skills makes us all want to get up and dance!
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