2018 has been a fun year for movies in Pakistan as well as India. We all pick and choose from our favorite films and we all use the most preppy of songs to shimmy our moves on the mehndi/bhangra dance floors. Here are some of our picks for all the weddings you’ve been planning in the upcoming wedding season, which is just around the corner!
Munday Lahore Day – Load Wedding:
Sung by Mohsin Abbas Haider and Saima J, this has got an authentic, bhangra vibe. Definitely easy to dance to, too!
Good Luck – Load Wedding
This is a fun song that you can shake and shimmy to. Especially that ‘good luck’ step can be learnt really easily.
Lahore Tere Tay – JPNA2
Humayun and Kubra’s easy dance moves on this number won’t be a problem for anyone to learn. Quick, easy and fun!
Tillay Wali Jooti – JPNA2
Who’s going to dance on that rap portion by Ahmed Ali Butt? Chachis? Chachas? FUN!
Nache Re – Parwaz Hai Junoon
This is a relatively softer number and can prove to be a good finale for everyone on both sides!
Billo Haye – Parchi
All the boys can get together and do some crazy dance moves on this. Osman Khalid Butt really created some nice and easy steps to replicate this wedding season.
Lagdi Lahore Di Aa – Guru Randhawa
The beat isn’t too high but can be good for a warm up!
Dilbaro – Raazi
All the little ones in the family can come together for this one and maybe even do a small luddi style dance
Ghoomar – Padmaavat
Strongly recommended for all the aunties and khalas and chachis to dance to this in a circle with a matki. Cute.
Zingaat – Dhadak
This high-energy number is for the youngsters to break the dance floor.
Dil Chori – Sonu Ki Titu Ki Sweety
Couple dance, anyone?
Tareefan – Veere Di Wedding
Definitely for the salis and the nands to shimmy on.
Main Badhiya – Sanju
This song is for the guy and the girl of the hour!
Milegi Milegi – Stree
A fun mix for couples to dance on.
Rafta Rafta – Yamla Pagla Deewaana Phir Se
Another big number to raise the energy on the dance floor.
Gold Tamba – Batti Gul Meter Chalu
For the millenials. Chop chop!
What are your picks! Let us know in the comments.