Bollywood Diwali Songs For Kids In Hindi

Top 10 Bollywood Songs For a Failmy Diwali

Diwali time is Light, Camera, and Action time! This November 4 will be all about decking up in gorgeous ethnic wear, taking blessings from God, beautifying the home, and whipping up delicious treats for the family and guests. Guess what can be the perfect backdrop for the festivity? The perfect music playlist of our very own Bollywood filmy tadka to enjoy the day and night away!

Diwali has always been Bollywood’s favourite subject. And why shouldn’t it be? Glowing diyas, glittering fairy lights, and tons of mithai make for ultimate celebration subjects. This year, prepare to enthral your family with Bollywood’s best Diwali songs, right from our season’s special list!

Your Bollywood Diwali Songs List

1. Nagada Sang Dhol

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This spectacular song from the movie, ‘Goliyon Ki Rasleela Ram-Leela’ is a super-energetic Bollywood song for dancing. The display of diyas and colourful clothes, synchronised garba, dhol melodies, and cheerful atmosphere mesmerises anyone who listens to this song.

2. Gallan Goodiyan

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Gallan Goodiyan is one of our favourites from the category of family bonding. If you and your family members like dancing together, then put some steps to this fun and family-friendly song. After all, Diwali is about chilling with family and friends.

3. Let’s Nacho

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If you are a fan of pop beats, then this song is the perfect one for you. This song from a humble movie of Kapoor & Sons is a lively song to dance to. Well, what other task do we have other than dancing at this festival? So let’s nacho!

4. Aaj Unse Milna Hai Mujhe

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Thodi gunjiya-wunjiya lete chalein, thodi barfi-warfi lete chalein! Have you heard this song from Salman Khan’s movie ‘Prem Ratan Dhan Paayo’ yet? Though it doesn’t seem like a Diwali song at the outset, it is sure to be a mouth-watering one! From gujiya and barfi to mathri and kaaju-kishmish, Shaan enlists all you must-gorge delicacies in this song.

5. Mere Tumhare Sabke Liye Happy Diwali

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Saare sitaarein uske liye Happy Diwali! This is a delightful song from a relatively lesser-known film called “Home Delivery”. It truly celebrates the essence of coming together on Diwali – for you, your loved ones, and the stars up above. One of those perfectly feel-good Deepavali songs in Hindi!

Mere Tumhare Sabke Liye Happy Diwali

6. Bole Chudiyan

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Bole Chudiyan…Bole Kangana… When happiness comes aplenty this season, you are constantly crossing your fingers to ensure your family stays together, forever. Breathe in, listen to this beautiful song from the movie, ‘Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham’ and trust Diwali to light up lives every year.

7. Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham

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Yeh hai tere karam, kabhi khushi kabhi gham. What is Diwali about if not family get-togethers? This melodious song from the film of the same name celebrates the homecoming of the proverbial Ram. After all, no festival is complete for moms without their kids, no matter how old!

8. Lakhon Tare Aasman Mein

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Dekhke duniya ki Diwali, dil mera chupchap jala. If you are fond of old Hindi film songs, you are sure to love this stunning Shankar Jaikishan’s composition from ‘Hariyali Aur Rasta’. When the world is busy rejoicing, this song goes out to the lonely souls on Diwali night. This is one of those classic Diwali songs from Hindi movies that never feels old.

9. Shubh Deepawali

“Shubh Deepawali” is a festive song from the Bollywood movie Home Delivery (2005). The song is a celebratory anthem for the festival of Diwali, which is known as the festival of lights. It expresses joy and good wishes, encouraging people to embrace the spirit of the festival with happiness and light. The lyrics likely include blessings and warm greetings for a prosperous and joyful Diwali celebration. 

10. Aayee Hai Diwali

Aayee Hai Diwali is a popular Bollywood song from the movie Aamdani Atthanni Kharcha Rupaiya released in 2001. The song celebrates the arrival of Diwali, the festival of lights, and encapsulates the festive spirit and excitement associated with the occasion. The lyrics and melody evoke a sense of joy and anticipation, making it a favorite choice for Diwali celebrations.

Playlist all set? Good! All you now have to do is tune in to these top Diwali songs, lay out some delicious sweets on the table, and make some beautiful memories with your family. Happy Diwali!

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