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Holi 2018: 5 Bollywood songs that you need to add to your Holi playlist this year, watch videos

Holi 2018: 5 Bollywood songs that you need to add to your Holi playlist this year, watch videos

It’s the festival of colours – Holi today. The  festival is celebrated with a lot of fun, frolic and enthusiasm across the country. People apply gulaal on each others’ face and play with balloons filled with coloured water. By the time the masses are done playing with colours, everyone’s face becomes unrecognisable.

While every year, there are a few songs that get added to our Holi playlists, some of the songs have made a special place in our heart as well as playlists. The songs like Rang Barse, Aaj Na Chhodenge, Holi Khele Raghuveera, Are Ja Re Hat Natkhat, Soni Soni Akhiyon Wali, Balam Pichkari, Lahu Muh Lag Gaya and others are the all time favourite Holi numbers. Every year, a few more songs get added to our Holi album with the release of new films.

Here are our top 5 Holi tracks that you need to add to your Holi playlists right now:
1) Badri Ki Dulhania (Badrinath Ki Dulhania)

The title track of Varun Dhawan and Alia Bhatt starrer Badrinath Ki Dulhania is the perfect new addition to our Holi album. The peppy and upbeat dance number is enough to get you grooving on the festive occasion

2) Go Paagal (Jolly LLB 2)

This song from Akshay Kumar and Huma Qureshi starrer Jolly LLB 2 loosely reminds of Do Me A Favour Lets Play Holi. High on energy and enthusiasm, Go Paagal allows you to let your hair down and dance your heart out this Holi.

3) Mohe Rang Do Laal (Bajirao Mastani)

This song from Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s costume drama Bajirao Mastani will provide the much needed calm and peace post the Holi madness. Add to that Deepika Padukone’s on pont moves and expressions, and your day is made!

4) Holi Aayi Re (Padmaavat)

The Holi song from SLB’s lagestoffering Padmaavat is another serene number to unwind on the eve of Holi. It’s a traditional folk Holi song with traditional lyrics. The way in which the song has been picturised is simply mesmerising.

5) Subah Subah (Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety)

This peppy track will get your day started on the perfect note for Holi, especially if you’re celebrating the festival with your significant other.

Holi 2018: 5 Bollywood songs that you need to add to your Holi playlist this year, watch videos

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