EID Mubarak 2020: Top 5 songs on the festival to shake your legs to

Hindi Film Industry or ‘Bollywood’ as we call it is a platform which gives us glimpses of a diverse range of art and culture with its films, stories and especially songs. Festivals in India are never complete without Bollywood songs. Whether it’s ‘Rang Barse’ for Holi or ‘Deva Shree Ganesha’ for Ganesh Chaturthi.

With an auspicious festival around here is some of the song on Eid you can groove to and enjoy with your family amidst lockdown.

1. ‘Eid Mubarak‘: The song from Salman Khan’s starrer, 2002 movie ‘Tumko Na Bhool Paayenge’ is a fun song to dance at with your family. The energy and the vibe of this Salman Khan features are celebratory.

2. ‘Aaj ki Party’: Another song of Salman Khan on this list has to be ‘Aaj ki Party’ from ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’. Salman Khan and Kareena Kapoor starrer was a blockbuster and its songs were a big reason behind it. Seeing Nawaz dance with Salman is a total treat. This Eid song is positive and has got such energy that you cannot stop yourself from shaking your legs to its beats.

3. ‘Dekho Chaand Aaya’: From the debut film of ‘the heartthrob’ Ranbir Kapoor’s and Sonam Kapoor’s, ‘Sawaariya’, ‘Dekho Chaand Aaya’ sums up the happiness of moon appearing as a sign that you can start the celebrations. The Moon as a symbol of love is used beautifully in the song.

4. ‘Wallah re Wallah Wallah’: This song is my personal favourite from the list. The energy and charm of Akshay Kumar with his comic timing sprinkled at places, and Katrina Kaif’s beauty and moves just make us want more. And how can you forget that cameo of Superstar, Salman Khan and the bond between Akshay and Salman makes the song an ‘Eid Special’

5. ‘First Class’: Varun Dhawan and Kiara Advani’s energy rhythm, choreography by Remo D’Souza, music by Pritam, just completes it and makes it a perfect Eid Song. Though the song, ‘Saiyyan Mera’ in the film was put in for the occasion of Eid but lines, ‘Jaise Jaise Eid mei Holi’ connects well with us.

Though this Eid isn’t going to be like what one might have planned for because of the Pandemic, Eid is a festival of love, food and family. We wish our readers, ‘Eid Mubarak’.

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