Holi is just a few days ahead and everyone is ready to get drenched in vibrant colour but for the extra fun you can groove on these Bollwood numbers which are specially made for Holi. Each year Bollywood comes out with some exciting songs for Holi. So when you usher in the festive week, you can maximize the fun with these evergreen Holi songs from Bollywood. We suggest you play them on loop!
Aaj Na Chorenge Bass Humjoli Khelenge: The song from the Kati Patang ‘Aaj Na Chorenge Bass Humjoli Khelenge’ Hum Holi is most memorable song of the era. The colours of Holi are used here to signify social reform.
Holi Ke Din Dil Khil Jaate Hain: The iconic movie of Bollywood Sholay has the fun song for Holi ‘Holi Ke Din Dil Khil Jaate Hain‘ is rightly celebrated for exuding an ominous energy as the gaon wale celebrate Holi unheedful of the attack Gabbar Singh and the men are planning on them. But there is a much more evocative Holi sequence in Sholaywhere Jaya Bhaduri’s character, a widow in spotless white, is seen in a flashback swathed in the bright colours of Holi. The contrast is chilling.
Rang Barse: The song from the Silsila is the popular number during the time of Holi festival, people just can’t stop themselves when they hear the song and starts dancing.
Do Me A Favour, Lets Play Holi: The flirty song from the movie Waqt: Race against time is popular among the youngster; if you have a crush dancing around you you can say ‘Do Me A Favour, Let’s Play Holi’.
Holi Khele Raghuveera: The movie Baghban which resembled the issues of every Indian household and touched the heart of every individual has a special song for the Holi for all the family members.
Balam Pichkari: The magical pair in Bollywood Ranbir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone has most fun loving song from the movie ‘Ye Jawani Hai Deewani’, the groovy hit number gets us all mimicking the steps and singing along as loud as we can.
Lahu Munh Lag Gaya: the song from the movie ‘Goliyon Ki Raas Leela Ram Leela’ is love number but full of colours, colours have always been important to the cinema of Sanjay Leela Bhansali. The way he encircles the lead pair Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone in swirls of colours makes Holi the most erotic festival seen on screen.