John Abraham songs to make your party Dhoom-akedar

John Abraham, the minute we come across this name, we think of all the action-packed movies he’s worked in and produced. Started his journey as an actor, John today is one of the most renowned actor/producer of the industry. Not to forget those fun party songs he gave us to dance on in every party. Check out his best songs that rock our party each time:
 

Yes! We got you, Subah Hone Na De from Desi Boyz is the first song that comes to our mind

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And while we speak of Desi Boyz, how can we forget the title track of the film!

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For the people with Sau Tarah Ke nakhraas, this is the apt song from the film Dishoom!

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After listening to ‘Dilbar Dilbar’ from Satyameva Jayate, we lost our hosh and how, dancing on the tunes of the song

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Ohh that stunning long hair look he had in the song Tauba Tauba from Kaal! He took our breaths away, literally

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Ada, aye haye ada, hosh udaye ada…this song from Garam Masala is one of the reasons why we watch the film. Apart from such catchy songs, this film tickled our funny bones too!

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Dostana: Reasons, why we watch this film, is its hit songs like Desi Girl, Maa Da Ladla, Jaane Kyun, etc. Not to forget the concept that was introduced to the Indian industry. All of this makes Dostana a unique film that we’d love to watch over and over again

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The English version of the title track of Dhoom saw John with Tata Young and was a major hit. This song had become the party anthem then

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When you’re in the mood to Rock The Party, you should definitely consider playing this song

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New York is one of the finest films John as worked in. The song Hai Junoon from the film keeps us going each day to work hard and fast

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Naa Jaane Kaha Se Bhi Aaya Hai ye song, it made it to our list of the best John Abraham party songs

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After listening to Khwabon Khwabon from the Force, we’re in our dreams, imagining ourselves partying hard

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When we put our party caps on, we eventually end up singing Rum Rum Rum Whiskey from Vicky Donor

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