Sadda Dil Vi Tu
Sadda Dil Vi Tu

For the ultimate new age Ganpati gigs, Sneha Singh finds out best five Bollywood songs that will add more zing to your festive mood.

Our beloved Bappa is all set to make a comeback after a year for his beloved devotees and every home, every street, the entire city is decked up to welcome their dear lord. Amidst all the gusto and festive fervour, every year Bollywood adds some more fuel to festive fun thanks to such Ganpati tracks which makes the occasion more lively and vibrant. For all the Ganpati bhakts out there, it’s time to move over from  Deva Ho Deva as we  present the new age Bollywood Ganpati songs of the recent past that will surely take your Ganpati groove a notch higher.

Sadda Dil Vi Tu (Ga Ga Ga Ganpati):

This song from the movie ABCD is so energetic that forces  you to shake a leg to those electric beats. The song is choreographed in a way that it keeps you glued to screen when you watch the video. Bollywood’s only female rapper Hard Kaur has infused all her energy to make it sound powerful and appealing. Music director Sachin-Jigar have perfectly kept a fine balance of modern music with all those desi feel without tarnishing the spiritual values. All the dancers in the house, step into your dancing shoes to groove on to Sadda Dil Vi Tu!

Deva Shree Ganesha:

Ganesh Chaturthi 2017: 5 Bollywood songs that add zing to the festive mood

Hrithik Roshan starrer film Agneepath was a blockbuster but the main attraction turned out to be was Bappa’s  song Deva Shree Ganesha. The song is composed by Marathi music director duo, Ajay-Atul. Ajay Gogavale has lent his soulful voice that goes rightly with the intimidating lyrics by Amitabh Bhattacharya. The music of the song is like an authentic Marathi band, that keeps the tempo of the song high. Hence forth, Deva Shree Ganesha is on number 2 on our Ganpati hit list.


Ganesh Chaturthi 2017: 5 Bollywood songs that add zing to the festive mood

Ritesh Deahmukh and Nargis Fakhri starrer musical drama Banjo too has a song dedicated to lord Ganesha. Picturised on Riteish Deshmukh the song which is titled as Bappa is composed by ace music composers Vishal and Shekhar, Vishal has sung the song very soulfully. Though the movie was a flop but the songs became quite popular because of the quirky banjo-rock fusion music. Apart from Bappa, the movie also have another song called Om Ganpatye Namaha Deva, sung by Nakash Aziz and Vishal Dadlani, which also has a touch of rock music. Both the songs have great lyrics which are youthful yet spiritual. For younger clads who want to indulge in Ganpati ki bhakti, the song Bappa is totally for you.

Morya Re:

Ganesh Chaturthi 2017: 5 Bollywood songs that add zing to the festive mood

King Khan’s presence and his powerhouse performance in the song adds more grandeur to the song. The song is from the movie Don which is the remake of Amitabh Bachchan’s hit blockbuster of 1970 film Don. The setup of the song is like a typical Ganpati visarjan scene, full of pomp and show and SRK dancing on the song with powerhouse energy adds more grandeur to the song. The lyrics of the song has been penned sown by veteran writer Javed Akhrar. Whereas, the musical trio- Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy has composed the song. Shankar Mahadevan has sung the song with his inspirational voice. Morya Re is the song that will surely make your visarjan more lively and get you in right dancing mode.


Ganesh Chaturthi 2017: 5 Bollywood songs that add zing to the festive mood

In the song Gajanana from Bajiro Mastani, unfolds the climax of the movie where Ranveer Singh the Peshwa Bajirao is seen standing before Ganpati’s idol offering Aarti and in the background Deepika Padukone, Mastani is been attacked at the call of Peshwa’s son Nana Saheb. This song is the pure combo of action, drama and emotions and being sung by the Master of high pitch, Sukhwinder Singh’s voice takes the song’s energy to another level. The song also have some verse from the renowned Marathi Ganesh aarti, Sukhkarta Dukhharta which is enough to get you high on Ganesha euphoria.

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