Diwali 2018 is finally here. The festival of lights is like the utmost period of celebration in the country and this year it will be celebrated on November 7. Friends and family meet and greet looking the best in their traditional outfits. Gen x knows how to celebrate the festival of joy with a mix-match of traditions and party. And when it comes to partying, how can one miss Bollywood songs? As you all know, Bollywood has been an eminent part of the festivals and Diwali is one of them. So, here, check out some of the songs that you would like to play if you are hosting a Diwali bash for your friends and family. Diwali 2018 Decoration Ideas: Tips on How to Make Toran from Leaves & Flowers at Home – See Videos.
Abhi toh party shuru hui hai- Khoobsurat's song is indeed an upbeat number to start your Diwali evening with enthusiasm. Plus, this is an apt song for all those so-called shy friends who deny hitting the dance floor initially!
Gal meethi meethi bol- The energetic vibe the song will compel your friends to get on the dance floor and do the hook-step. If you are not aware of the simple steps in the song, watch the video below and have an impromptu performance.
Tamma Tamma- This fun track is close to the hearts of two generations apart. The remade version starring Alia Bhatt and Varun Dhawan is sure to set the right mood in the party.
Chalti hai kya nau se baara- Now, can anyone possibly sit on one place while this song is playing on a loudspeaker? Well if you can, then what are you doing at that party anyway?
Proper patola- You can safely play this Diljit Dosanjh-Badshah song from Namaste England. This new addition featuring Parineeti Chopra and Arjun Kapoor also has a cool and easy-breezy hook-step, that can be done even by people who cannot spell d-a-n-c-e! Choti Diwali 2018 Date & Muhurat: When is Naraka Chaturdashi or Roop Chaudas? Significance, History and Rituals to Follow Before Lakshmi Puja Tithi.
Well, we have given you some of the coolest tracks to play this Diwali. Boast your Bollywood collection with these songs and more to make sure that your friends don't ditch your bash next year! Add your suggestions in the comments section below and have a safe Diwali!