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Holi 2018: As you gear up, here’s list of dhinchak songs for Holi.

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Holi 2018 Special
Holi 2018 Special

Whenever we hear a holi song a visual image appears in front of our eyes with drenched colourful faces, people throwing colours on each other and runnnig with pichkari. There’s truely happiness in the air.  The festival of Holi is an inseparable part of the Indian culture. Bollywood also never misses a chance of infusing this colourful festival in the films with high beat music numbers. Here is a list of latest holi songs in addition to Rang Barse and Balam Pichkari which should definitely make it to your jukebox this holi.

Badri Ki Dulhania.

Holi 2018 Special
Holi 2018 Special

The title track of Varun Dhawan and Alia Bhatt Starrer ‘Badrinath Ki Dulhania’ is very popular amongst the youngsters. The song has a Bhojpuri touch with the opening lines ‘Khelan kyu na jaaye ur holi re rasiya’. The music of this song is very different from other holi songs which makes it extremely special and a must have in the Holi songs playlist.

Go Pagal.

Holi 2018 Special
Holi 2018 Special

The catchy song ‘Go Pagal’ from ‘Jolly LLB 2’ starring Akshay Kumar and Huma Qureshi is all about Holi madness. Set yourself free and add Go Pagal to your playlist and let yourself loose.

Gori Tu Lath Maar.

Holi 2018 Special
Holi 2018 Special

The age old tradition of Lath maar Holi has been beautifully captured in Akshay Kumar and Bhumi Pednekar starrer ‘Toilet Ek Prem Katha’. The song is very engaging with a blend of folk music and the lyrics ‘Gori Tu Latth Maar’ is a great choice for desi holi celebrations.

Holi song from Padmaavat.

Holi 2018 Special
Holi 2018 Special

The Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Magnum Opus ‘Padmaavat’ has a song titled Holi. Unlike other dhinchak songs this is a comparatively slow song with a sensual touch. If you are fond of classical songs then this one is a must in your playlist.

Other songs which should be a part of your jukebox, ‘Jogi Ki Dheere Dheere’, ‘Arre jaa re hath Natkhat’, ‘Holi Aayi re’ and ‘Maaro Bhar bhar pichkari’.

Be safe this holi as the devil is out to play.

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