Best Punjabi Wedding Songs For Dance

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A wedding is where families reunite and create memories for a lifetime. With the bride and grooms beginning of a new journey, joy and happiness unfold for the entire family. Hence, dance has always been an inevitable way of expressing the unbound joy in the weddings. The Punjabi weddings are always known for their extravagant decoration, unmatchable bhangra moves, groovy Punjabi wedding songs & superbly delicious cuisines.
 

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No Punjabi wedding is complete without the lustrous dance moves of the young as well as the old ones of the family in the tunes of ‘Bhangra’, Punjabi hits and in the mesmerising beats of Honey Singh! Here is a list of 10 best Punjabi songs that you must try in your wedding. This list is a combination of Punjabi regionals, Punjabi Singles, Bollywood hits, Best Dj Mix songs played in a wedding party in India and Dance numbers. Keep these songs ready and make your wedding rocking!

Here we go with the punjabi top songs!

1)Patiala Peg

This beautiful hit track from Diljit Dosanjh is bound to make you come to the dance floor! With 50 million views in the YouTube, this song is familiar to all. The mesmerising voice of Diljit and the unmatchable beat is perfectly fine to set the ambience for dance moves. Play this punjabi top song first and set the dance floor for the rest of the night.

2)Baby Doll

 This song is evergreen in the genre of best Punjabi wedding songs! There is not a single person who has heard this song and not loved it! Baby doll is a must have in your playlist for your wedding. We guarantee everyone present in the occasion would love to dance to the beats of the golden Baby Doll!!!

3)Bolo Ta Ra Ra Ra

No matter how old this song gets, once played it always steals the show! This beautiful song of the versatile singer Daler Mehndi touches the soul of every dance lover! It has been the most famous punjabi wedding song since its release. Loved by people of worldwide this song is a must in your wedding playlist!

4)London Thumakda

Filmed in a wedding scene, this song is perfect to play in any wedding! Sung by Labh Janjua, Neha Kakkar & Sonu Kakkar- this is the best fun filled romantic song to bring your shy uncle or newly wed ‘Bhabi’ to the dance floor! Don’t forget to add this beautiful song to the wedding playlist.

5)Lak 28 Kudi Da 

Yet another hit by Diljit! The best part is, it also features the voice of none other than Yo Yo Honey Singh! This song has always topped the charts of best Punjabi rock and roll songs. Play this song and you will grab the attention of all.

6)Kaala Chashma 

A wedding is incomplete without playing this song! As we all know, this is the most famous recent dance numbers of Bollywood! Let the voice of Amar Arshi, Badshah and Neha Kakkar be the attraction of the night. All the people at your wedding will jump into this song undoubtedly and enjoy your wedding to the fullest!

7)High Heels

This Meet Bros song featuring Honey Singh will set the stage on fire! With 80+ Million views in YouTube, this song has its own Bollywood appeal. People won’t be able to resist themselves from dancing to the beats of this one of the best Punjabi wedding songs of this era!

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8)Mauja Hi Mauja

This song has always been no. 1 choice when it comes to weddings! Mika Singh’s voice and the power packed beats are enough to set the floor on fire. Play this song and everyone is bound to imitate Shahid’s mesmerising moves!

9)Gal Mitthi Mitthi Bol

This song is Portrayed in a wedding scene in the film Aisha! What more do you need to bring all to the dance floor with great zest and zeal? This song is a favourite of many and undoubtedly is the best Punjabi song one has ever heard!

10)Chitte Suit Te

Sung by Geeta Zaildar, this is the song played in every Punjabi household. With the fine voice of Geeta and the rocking beats, this song is bound to unite all your family members on the dance floor. Add a glam to the playlist by adding it.

11)Athra Subah

 After playing all these songs the crowd may get tired a bit. But you can bring back the life of the night with this beautiful song of Ninja. With 29k views in YouTube, this song is well known amongst the youngsters of India. The light and lively beats of this Punjabi song will keep the crowd engaged with utmost enjoyment!

12)Angreji Beat

It's time for some Yo Yo beats! Yes, set the stage on fire with this musical extravaganza of Honey Singh. The heart-touching voice of Honey, foot tapping beats and unique melody of Gippy Grewal will make the crowd go crazy!!! This is undoubtedly one of the most popular Punjabi wedding songs!

13)Brown Rang 

How can a wedding be complete without playing back to back hits of Honey Singh? So, here is another best wedding song sung slowly in a romantic and emotional manner from Yo-Yo that will rock the show. This song of Honey topped the charts in 2012 & is a must in your wedding playlist.

 14)All Black

Done with all the Bollywood, Honey Singh, Diljit hits. It's time to grab another single in the voice of Sukhe featuring Raftaar! Light beats, party mood and crazy rap what else do you need to steal the show? This is most asked Punjabi wedding song of every household!

 15)Mast Kalandar

Last but not the least, this amazing Punjabi wedding song from our own Mika Singh is going to blow away the audience! The soul-soothing voice of Mika Pajji and the beautiful composition of Vimal Verma is bound to make everyone shout with joy. The best part is, its rocking rap part of Honey Singh!

So what are you waiting for? Move your body to this best collection from Punjabi songs related to Indian marriages/weddings from every category(regional, romantic, DJ party mix and rocking). Feel free to suggest us other popular Punjabi wedding songs if we have missed any.

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