Bollywood Songs That Rocked The Dancefloor

Thoda senti sa hoke, thoda mental sa hoke… saare, saare… let’s nacho!” screams Siddharth Malhotra, grooving to the beats of the hit song ‘Let’s Nacho’ from the movie Kapoor & Sons.

The song, a typical party anthem comprising of peppy beats, crazy lyrics, and rap, set fire to the dance floor immediately after its release in 2016 and continues to dominate the club playlists even today. Let’s face it, Bollywood would not be even half as glamorous as it is now without such energetic songs and party anthems.

In fact, these tunes have become so popular that several Bollywood workshops have mushroomed across the globe to specifically teach people how to shake a leg to these filmy beats.

Absolute Bollywood dance lessons in London are all about having fun and dancing your heart out. We bring you a list of the top 10 Bollywood songs that rocked the dance floor and continue to rule the playlists of Bollywood dance classes

1. Kala Chashma
Though the movie Baar Baar Dekho tanked at the Box Office, the song ‘Kala Chashma’ became an instant hit with people of all age groups. The quirky rhythm, combined with the eccentric mix of Hindi and Punjabi lyrics, makes this one an ideal party-starter to entice people into the dance routine.

2. Tamma Tamma Again
Ever since Varun Dhawan and Alia Bhatt graced the stage with their exceptional moves on the catchy ‘Tamma Tamma Again’ from the film Badrinath Ki Dulhaniyan, the audience has been going gaga over this one. Even the best Bollywood dance classes include Tamma Tamma Again as a part of their dance routine.

3. The Breakup Song
One of the many popular songs of the romantic flick Ae Dil Hai Mushkil, ‘The Breakup Song’ is a one-of-its-kind Bollywood party anthem that is here to stay for long! As the name suggests, the funny lyrics talk about moving over a breakup and starting afresh – a concept that instantly connected with the youngsters, thus adding to its popularity!

4. Beat Pe Booty
Be it private Bollywood dance lessons or dance workshops for groups, ‘Beat Pe Booty’ from the movie Flying Jaat grabbed eyeballs everywhere. The funky beats are simply perfect for all types of dance forms – from freestyle to Bollywood.

5. Abhi Toh Party Shuru Hui Hai
Released in 2014, the song ‘Abhi Toh Party Shuru Hui Hai’ is a quintessential Bollywood party favorite which combines the best of jazzy music and unconventional wordings. Suitable for fun-filled parties and performances, this dance number from the film Khoobsurat is perfect for beginners’ Bollywood dance lessons.

Composed and sung by the Bollywood Rap icon Badshah, ‘Abhi Toh Party Shuru Hui Hai’ mesmerizes the audience with its fun factor.

6. High Heels
A remix of the popular song that goes by the same name, ‘High Heels’ from the film Ki & Ka is a hit number sung by the popular rapper Yo Yo Honey Singh in his typical Punjabi style. Topping the hot dance playlists ever since its release, this song sets the mood for every party and celebration.

7. Bom Diggy Diggy
The newest entrant on this list is the ‘Bom Diggy Diggy’ song from the film Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety. A party track which has been breaking records ever since its release in February 2018, this party anthem is highly popular among youngsters owing to its trippy beats.

8. Main Tera Boyfriend
From Bollywood workout videos to dancefloors in clubs, ‘Main Tera Boyfriend’ has been ruling every dance arena. A high-on-energy song which is suitable for an entertaining and animated performance, this playful number is ideal for beginners.

9. Chalti Hai Kya 9 Se 12
‘Chalti Hai Kya 9 Se 12’ from the film Judwaa 2 is a remix of the hit 90s song of the same name which was a part of the prequel of this movie. Consisting of all the filmy elements of an archetypal Bollywood item number, this song is still trending on the dancefloors and dance studios.

10. The Humma Song
When legendary composer A.R. Rehman delivered another hit in the form of ‘Humma Humma’ nobody thought it was possible to recreate it differently while retaining the original earthy charm. ‘The Humma Song’ from the film Ok Jaanu did just that!

By adding beats, changing the background score, and adding Badshah’s rap, the composer has not only managed to retain the original appeal but has also made it suitable for dance performances! This one is here to stay!

Energetic, lively, larger-than-life, and most importantly, filmy – Bollywood songs are an inseparable element of the dance spectrum. Enroll yourselves in a Bollywood dance workshop to learn the magic of these moves! Click Here to Enroll

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