Top 5 Bollywood dandiya and garba songs for navratri
The whole country from north to south and east to west is in the swing of dandiya and garba this Navratri. When it comes to performing dandiya and garba, the revelers turn to top Bollywood navratri songs. The Navratri celebration is incomplete without dandiya and garba which are best performed in rhythmic beats of the Bollywood numbers from my list. I am sharing my choice of 5 best Navratri songs with you.
Nagada sang dhol baje featuring Deepika Pudukone, in Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Ramleela, is the latest garba song from the list of top Bollywood navratri songs. Amidst traditional settings in keeping with the art and culture of Gujurat, the Nagada sang dhol baaje number is a highly energetic one that will set revelers in full swing of madness this Navratri. Deepika’s ethnic fashion in the traditional Gujarati outfit – richly embellished red ghagra and choli – is one of the highlights of this chartbuster from Ramleela.
Back to 1999, Dhol taro dhol baaje re from the movie Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam is one of the top Bollywood navratri dandiya and garba songs. Dressed in the traditional festive clothes of Gujarat, Salman Khan and Aishwarya Rai matched their steps and made highly appealing moves in this beautiful musical composition from Sanjay Leela Bhansali movie. Still, dandiya nights on the festive days of Navratri rock in tune of dhol taro dhol baaje re.
Again, it is Sanjay Leela Bhansali who shot Dola re dola re with hot Bollywood divas, Madhuri Dixit and Aishwarya Rai, in Devdas. One of the most popular Bollywood songs, Dola re dola re is still a favorite of dandiya revelers and garba dancers though the composition, stage and outfits were styled in Bengali. This Durga Puja or Navratri based Bollywood number showed the best of Madhuri and Aishwarya in performance.
Radha kaise na jale from the music album of Lagaan, released in 2001, is a must mention when it comes to listing top Bollwyood dandiya and garba songs. Composed by A. R. Rahman, the song was filmed in a rural setting. Voiced by Udit Narayan and Asha Bhosle, the song exudes rustic charms which are hardly felt in any other navratri songs. Even, the lead pair – Amir Khan and Gracy Singh – was seen in the rural outfits of North India.
Malaika Arora’s Aore aore aore maro dholna in an album by Subha Mudgal is one of the top 5 Bollywood garba songs for Navratri. Malaika, dressed and styled as a village belle, gave an energetic performance in pace with beats of traditional musical instruments. In Subha Mudgal’s voice, Aore aore aore dholna created a magic that still rules over the fun-loving minds of dandiya and garba performers.