Happy holi songs 2018: The festival of colour, Holi is one of the most widely celebrated festivals in our country.
Holi Songs 2018: The festival of colour, Holi is one of the most widely celebrated festivals in our country. Holi is celebrated with much pomp and fervor and is one of the most colourful festivals which is equally enjoyed by people across age-groups. Marked by the victory of good over evil, Holi is also considered to be a festival of thanksgiving to a good harvest. Such is the essence of this festival that people tend to forgive and forget past grievances and look forward to a better beginning by smearing colours and exchanging sweets. Holi is celebrated by smearing of ‘gulaal’, distributing sweets and commemorating the day by gorging on some mouth-watering food. A myriad celebration of colours where ‘age is no bar’, this particular festival is a celebrated affair for the youth and the children who swear by those ‘pichkaris’ and water colours and balloons. And amidst all the mad celebration, Holi is impossible without those foot tapping numbers and a glass of thandai. However colourful your Holi is, those peppy Bhojpuri and Bollywood numbers add an extra spark to the festivities.
Check out evergreen Holi songs:
Balam Pichkari- This energetic track featuring Ranbir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone is the perfect Holi song especially for the younger crowd. Sung by Shalmali Kholgade and Vishal Dadlani, this song will set your Holi mood right! Holi without this foot tapping number song is surely not happening.
Rang Barse- Now this song is so synonymous to Holi that no Holi party ever can do away without playing this number even once. This superhit song from Silsila starring Amitabh Bachchan, Sanjeev Kapoor, Rekha and Jaya Bachchan is an evergreen hit from the 80’s. The film, as well as the song, is some worth remembering.
Let’s play Holi- Starring Akshay Kumar and Priyanka Chopra from the movie Waqt, this song has the right essence of playfulness and naughtiness that the festival is all about. This song by Anu Malik was released in 2005.
Holi Ke din dil khil jaate hain– An evergreen song from an evergreen film Sholay, this Holi track has always been a part of Holi celebrations over the years. Starring the trio of Amitabh Bachchan, Dharmendra and Hema Malini, everyone was equally mesmerizing in this number.
Aaj na chodenge-– The song was sung by Kishore Kumar and Lata Mangeshkar in the movie Kati Patang. The song fuses two emotions beautifully, one is that of romance and other, the flavour of Holi. The song was composed by RD Burman.