Navratri 2018 Bollywood New & Old Songs: Dholi Taaro, Chogada, Shubhaaramb and Other Dandiya And Garba Tracks to Dance on During This Festival
Stills from Dholi Taro, Chogada, Shubhaarambh. (Photo credits: Youtube)

It is the festival of dance and music! As Navaratri 2018 is right at the doorstep, everyone is too busy planning their 9-day schedule. These 9 days and nights are dedicated to those 9 colours which are scheduled to be worn according to the significance. However, the filmy fans out there are more excited about the latter and the most interesting part of the festival which is garba and dandiya!The festival has been in the limelight even in the Bollywood world. We have songs for almost all Indian festivals then how can this one be spared?

B-town has always played along with the theme of romance and energy through Navaratri and the songs are cherished by the fans no matter what! These are some of the songs that have a permanent mark on the hearts of the Bollywood enthusiasts who love to showcase their dandiya and garba skills!

Dholi Taro- Salman Khan and Aishwarya Rai’s cheesy romance makes this track extra special. This will always be fans’ first choice when it comes to his spirited fest.

Lahu Muh Lag Gaya- Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh renewed the tag of the romantic couple through this track. Their flirty gestures and garba moves became a rage.

Nagada Sang- Deepika Padukone’s solo dance in this heavy red ghagra is on every girl’s to-do list. The beats of the song justify this wish!

Radha Kaise Na Jale- Aamir Khan and Gracy Singh’s adorable romance was like the mandatory song in the early 2000s. The unique music by AR Rahman still makes it a compulsory number in the playlist.

Chogada- Aayush Sharma and Warina Hussain have added a new energetic song to the Navaratri playlist of the fans. This one is sure to be the most favourite in 2018!

Shubharambh- Rajkummar Rao and Amrita Puri’s this track gives the real feel of Gujarat. The language and the pace make it even more endearing.

Dholida- Aayush Sharma and Warina Hussain give a new age twist to this old Navaratri melody. This one will definitely be in the top 10 songs, this Navaratri.

These songs make the festival brighter and musical. Of course, there are traditional songs that cannot be replaced. Also, the queen of dandiya songs, Falguni Pathak has also given some super-popular songs to shake legs on. However, the reach of these Bollywood tracks is wider, hence making it known to almost everyone. Which one are you keen to dance on this Navaratri.