Eat. Sleep. Dance. Repeat! 10 Popular Choreographed Songs For Your Sangeet Party!
BY Chandni Kumar | 20 Aug, 2018
Are you all set to put some fire on the dance floor? Have you made your sangeet list yet? Brides and bridesmaid worry, not! We gotta these 10 popular choreographed songs that will surely add spark to your sangeet party. We know the madness that goes all around in wedding celebrations but let's admit it's fun and cute when the whole family wears their dancing shoes on. So you know your playlist and know your fellow dancers, what do you do? Don't hire a choreographer just yet - because we got you 10 fresh and super cool songs that will burn the dance floor. Press play and get grooving girls...
The Counting Song: 1,2,3...
The ever charming song with a some fresh beats and new steps from Baaghi 2- Ek Do Teen is a perfect song to dance with your bridesmaid. PS: Don't forget to copy the signature steps and impress your bae!
Old is Gold: Mere Haathon Mein
Well, its true that classic songs will never go out of fashion. Next, is this popular choreographed song from Chandni movie - Mere Haathon Mein Nau Nau Chudiyan Hai that is super cool to dance on your sangeet with your girlfriends. Also, don't forget to wear lehenga choli that will highlight your performance even better.
Semi Classical: Payaliya Ho Ho
Do you have a group of friends who love dancing? If, yes then this song from Deewana movie is for you. Start practicing this semi-classical song - Payaliya Ho Ho that is paired beautifully with Kathak steps by Payal Kadakia Pujji dance academy!
Need some praising? Tareefan is here, for you...
How could we forget the most popular song of 2018 from Veere Di Wedding is Tareefan that is ultra-cool to dance with your bridesmaids. Match your dance steps like this bride did for her sangeet performance. With some simple steps and grooving beats you are all set to fire up the dance floor.
Chinnamma Chilakkamma for an outdoor Sangeet Party!
We are sure that you would never thought about this but how about dancing on staircase. If you're having your sangeet party at outdoor then, try dancing on stairs with an ever charming song - Chinnamma Chilakkamma from Meenaxi. Start practicing with your bridesmaid and coordinate your steps to get that perfection on your sangeet dance night performance.
Dance with Swag: Meri Mummy nu Pasand Ni ve Tu
You might have practiced and danced on many songs but when it's your wedding how to go different all together and dance with swag on your sangeet with your sister? Again a big hit - Meri mummy nu pasand ni ve tu by Sunanda Sharma is a cute song that has an amazing choreography for a dance night. Plus loving these sisters who totally nailed it!
Couple Dance on Bom Diggy Diggy
This song needs no introduction, right? Played now in every second wedding song, Bom Diggy Diggy from Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety movie is a big big hit this year. With great steps, grooving beats and unique lyrics dance with your bae on this song!
No Doubt Cos Girls Like To Swing!
Remember this song from Dil Dhadakne Do? 'Girls Like To Swing' is an exemplary song to dance with your bridesmaids, cousin sisters and friends. We love how everybody is coordinating their steps beautifully whereas, the bride is totally catching the attention.
Sweet & Simple With Soul Sisters: Peh Gaya Khalara!
Need a subtle and soft song to dance with your soul sisters? Peh gaya khalara song from Fukrey Returns is simple and sweet to groove with your sisters on your sangeet night dance performance that is perfect for setting your wedding goals high! PS: See how beautifully these girls dance with simple and easy steps that you can easily copy from them.
And, lastly how could we forget some Bhangra: Punjabi Mashup for the bridesquad!
When we are talking about dance how can we forget bhangra that is the soul of any wedding. Look how these bridesmaid danced with sapp (a punjabi dance instrument also knows as bhangra scissors ). If you want to add some energy and spark to your sangeet then, don't miss this dance video.
Now here, are some really energetic performances, right? Which choreographed songs will you dance on for your Sangeet Party!