Top Six Bollywood Songs For a Filmy Diwali

Top Six Bollywood Songs For a Filmy Diwali

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Diwali time is Light, Camera, Action time! This November 7 will be all about decking up in gorgeous ethnic wear, doing the Puja, creating a sparkling home and whipping up treats for the family. Guess what can be the perfect backdrop for the festivity? Singing and dancing away to Diwali special songs with our very own Bollywood filmy tadka!

Diwali has always been Bollywood’s favourite subject. No wonder that, since the glittering diyas, glowing fairy lights and tons of mithai make for superb filming subjects. This year, prepare to enthrall your family with Diwali songs for kids in Hindi, right from our season’s special list!

Your Bollywood Diwali Songs List

1. Aaj Unse Milna Hai Mujhe

Thodi gunjiya-wunjiya lete chalein, thodi barfi-warfi lete chalein! Have you heard this song from Salman Khan’s upcoming movie “Prem Ratan Dhan Paayo” yet? While it doesn’t seem like a Diwali song at the outset, it is sure to be mouthwatering! From gujiya and barfi to mathri and kaaju-kishmish, Shaan enlists all you must gorge on this season.

2. Mere Tumhare Sabke Liye Happy Diwali

Saare sitaarein uske liye Happy Diwali! This 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

3. Jaise Diwali Ki Ho Raat Zindagi

Itni yeh khushiyan bolo rakh de kahan? When happiness comes aplenty this season, you are constantly crossing your fingers to ensure your family stays together exactly like this always. Breathe in, listen to this beautiful song from 13B and trust Diwali to light up lives every year.

4. Silsila Yeh Chahat Ka

Na bujha hai, na bujhega, meri chahat ka diya. A soul-stirring number from Shahrukh Khan starrer Devdas, this song serenades the power of diyas and how they stand for love, light and longing.

5. Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham

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 homecoming of the proverbial Ram. After all, no festival is complete for moms without their kids, no matter how old!

6. Lakhon Tare Aasman Mein

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 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.

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

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