The festival season is almost here and you can feel the excitement in the air. Durga Puja is celebrated with great enthusiasm across the country with devotees grooving to popular Durga Puja songs. With Dandiya nights, Garba and Durga Puja celebrations around the corner, Dussehra songs are the rage right now.
Even though social distancing may have dampened the mood a little, we bring you a list of upbeat Durga Puja dance songs that are sure to get you in the celebration spirit instantly.
This Durga Puja hit song is by no means new, however, this modern rendition is perfect to get you to the dance floor. This hit track has several versions online, but the iconic Garba track was given a whole new life by composers Sachin-Jigar. The song has been sung by Neha Kakkar and Darshan Raval and is picturised on Rajkummar Rao and Mouni Roy, who can be seen dancing their hearts out. A classic song with a modern twist, this number is sure to get everyone, from seniors to youngsters, on the dance floor.
A hugely popular Bollywood song, this number has been topping the charts when it comes to Durga Puja songs owing to its fast beats. The song has been sung by Shreya Ghoshal & Osman Mir and is picturised on Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh. While Deepika received massive praise for her dance performance onscreen, this song has also inspired several dancers to create their choreography as they celebrate the festivities.
The rhythmic beats and upbeat music have made this song one of the most popular Dussehra songs. The drumbeats in the background are perfect for Dandiya nights as well as Durga Puja celebrations. The music for the song was composed by Anu Malik and featured Kareena Kapoor Khan’s famous Dandiya dance steps. A powerful song signifying celebration and an independent spirit, this Bollywood number is undoubtedly one of the perfect dance numbers for the Durga Puja season.
A recent addition to the list of Durga Puja dance songs, Radhe Radhe is a fun and peppy track. Picturised on Ayushmann Khurrana and Nushrat Bharucha, this track adds a cheeky and fun element to the mood. The beats of the song will have you moving to its rhythm in no time. Sung by Manmeet Singh and Harmeet Singh. The song also features Amit Gupta. If you’re looking for inspiration for steps, check out Ayushmann’s full-on dance in the video.
Colourful and peppy, this track has become synonymous with Durga Puja celebrations and Garba nights. Being a part of a Sanjay Leela Bhansali film, the grandiosity of the song and its catchy tune is expected. The video shows Aishwarya Rai Bachchan in a stunning dance performance that celebrates the energy of the season like none other. The music for the song has been composed by Ismail Darbar.
This song is a modern version of the popular Gujarati folk song Hey Ranglo. The peppy beats along with the melodious voices of Darshan Raval and Asees Kaur have made this song a massive Durga Puja hit song. The video features model Warina Hussain and Aayush Sharma, along with a variety of dancers in the background adding to its appeal. Simply play this number on loud volume and you will instantly find yourself in the mood for Navratri celebrations.
While not a classic Durga Puja song, the song’s dance-friendly tempo has certainly made it a favourite around the festive season. A romantic number featuring Shah Rukh Khan and Mahira Khan, this Bollywood track has been composed by Ram Sampath.
A wonderful composition by Himesh Reshammiya, this track is one of the most popular songs in a Durga Puja dance list. Inspired by the story of Ram and Leela, this song has been written by Irshad Kamil. Whether you are looking to bust out some of your moves or pair up with a partner for Garba, this track is the perfect song to groove to.
For those of you who feel Durga Puja dancing is too quick-paced, the song Shubhaarambh is the perfect rendition. A classic mix of Indian music with Western influences, this Bollywood number allows for softer dance moves while keeping up with the festive spirit. The song has been penned by Swanand Kirkire and sung by Shruti Pathak and Divya Kumar.
This Dussehra track is an evergreen number from the 70s. Composed with a peppy beat that is perfect to dance to, this song is still played every year during the festive season. The song was picturised on Randhir Kapoor and Neetu Singh which further contributed to its success.