Dance Like Never Before With These Groovy Dance Hits


The American journalist and author Dave Barry said that “Nobody cares if you can’t dance well. Just get up and dance.” Dancing works like a therapy for many. Whether you want a catchy playlist for your workout session or a crazy one for your sangeet nights, pre-wedding parties and house parties.

Here we are listing down a phenomenal dance playlist including some of the best Bollywood dance songs from recent movies.

Kaala Chashma


Tenu Kaala Chashma Jachda Ae’ turned into a smashing hit as soon as it released. From the Sidharth Malhotra and Katrina Kaif Hit ‘Baar Baar Dekho’, remade from a famous Hollywood movie, this song was sung by Amar Arshi, Badshah and Neha Kakkar. It’s been composed by Badshah himself and written by Kumaar along with Amrik Singh. Amrik Singh Shera now 43 is a head constable in the Punjab Police, Kapurthala and had penned down this banging track in the year 1990.

Sau Tarah Ke


This track was heard in the Jacqueline Fernandez, John Abraham and Varun Dhawan starring movie ‘Dhishoom‘. The music composed by Pritam has an Arabic touch to it. Though the lead singers were Jonita Gandhi and Amit Mishra, we had three backing vocalists and an entire Arabic choir comprising of Maher Al Halabi, Karim Khayat and Youmni Abou Al Zahab assisting them. The video depicts a situational challenge for the gorgeous Jacqueline Fernandez as we find her at a dangerous location with a dozen of goons holding guns and posing. Jacqueline has to distract the goons as John and Varun enter a scary den/hideout. Finally, it’s the lyrics by Kumaar which add the icing to this track.

The Humma Song


The Humma song is a remake of A.R Rehman’s ‘Hamma Hamma’ from the 1995 movie ‘Bombay’. Shraddha Kapoor and Aditya Roy Kapur’s performance in this body swaying, foot tapping number from the movie ‘Ok Jaanu’ is worthy of accolades. Composed by A.R Rehman, Badshah, Tanishk Bagchi, Sung by Badshah, Jubin Nautiyaal and, Shashaa Tirupati this awesome song with smashing lyrics by Mehboob will get you hooked by the eyeballs. Blame it on Shraddha and Aditya’s fizzing chemistry or the memories of their last pairing together in Aashiqui 2, this jodi has been a hot favourite ever since.

Nashe Si Chadh Gayi


Starting with the sweet French song, ‘No Di Jamiein’, ‘Nashe Si Chadh Gayi’ is a dance number from the Ranveer Singh, Vaani Kapoor film ‘Befikre’. Some people say that it has been inspired by a Japanese melody. Although it was Vaani Kapoor’s debut film and even though the film didn’t live up to its expectations, it was quite spectacular to watch both Vaani and Ranveer perform extraordinarily well. Their energy levels and the captivating fusion dance steps made people love the song video so much that it shattered YouTube’s record for maximum views for a Hindi Film Song just within 24 hours of its release. Vishal-Shekhar’s deadly composition, Arijit Singh, Caralisa Monteiro’s lively singing and Jaideep Sahni’s banging lyrics contributed towards making this song a huge success.

Beat Pe Booty


This is a generic dance song from the movie ‘Flying Jatt’ starring Tiger Shroff, Jacqueline Fernandez and directed by the dancing god (choreographer, director) Remo D’Souza himself. Any dance song with Tiger Shroff in it surely has the toughest and the most awesome dance steps to watch out for. Tiger and Jacqueline kill it with their moves. Jacqueline’s twerking zig-zag moves owe a special mention here. In spite of the wacky lyrics, Sachin-Jigar’s brilliant composition and Kanika Kapoor, Vayu’s melodious singing made this song reach out to an unimaginable number of people especially through the crazy ‘Beat Pe Booty Challenge’.

The Goggle Song


This groovy dance track from the recent laughter inducing movie ‘Mubarakan’ left us stunned with its high-intensity dance beats, perfect to be played at any party. It somehow lacked a little on delivering the best dance steps. Although Arjun Kapoor playing the double role, Illeana D Cruz, Athiya Shetty and the remarkable Anil Kapoor gave life to this song making it a full entertaining track, hearing it will specifically remind you of Anil Kapoor’s track ‘Hai Hai Mirchi’ from his 1991 movie ‘Biwi No: 1’. It’s also packed up with the most amusing Hindi and Punjabi lyrics by Kumaar. To sum it up, you’ll not be able to stop tapping your feet to it, as it has been composed by the super talented Amaal Mallik and sung by Sonu Nigam, Armaan Malik, Amaal Mallik, Tulsi Kumar and Neeti Mohan.

These melodies would surely set any party on fire. Don’t forget to make them a part of your dance playlist. To catch out on the smashing collection of dance songs in Hindi Film Music visit, to play Bollywood Musical games or to read the blogs and reviews visit GaanaP and download the App now!

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