Best Bollywood Dandiya and Garba Songs That Will Make You Dance All Night This Navratri

Best Bollywood Dandiya and Garba Songs That Will Make You Dance All Night This Navratri
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While everyone is going gaga about Navratri, how do we help it with so much excitement around?

Everything about the Navratri is so much fun. From the rituals to dressing-up to scrumptious food, and all the dancing. Though traditional songs are perfect for the occasion, it is the quirky filmy beat that pulls the enthusiasts to the stage. Yes, Bollywood also had a gala time while filming these iconic Navratri songs.

This Navratri adds the bling and zing to your celebrations with the best Bollywood songs. To help you save time and energy, we have curated for you. Add these to your Navratri playlist and make it bigger and better this year!


Merely released few days ago, Rajkummar Rao and Mouni Roy starrer ‘Made in China’ movie’s very first song has made to the chartbusters of the year. With Navratri approaching, the audience has got a new soundtrack to add to their Garba and dandiya playlist.

The makers played smart, released the song on time and hit the right chord. Odhani Odhu Odhune Udi Jaaye is one such song that has been remade several times, but the latest from Made in China offers a modernized upbeat. Also, Raj and Mouni’s sizzling chemistry makes you groove to its tunes.

Radhe Radhe

Dream Girl has not only received appreciation for Ayushmann’s acting and story but also for its soulful songs. The playlist of Dream Girl is filled with peppy tracks, and one song that stands out is Radhe Radhe.

With Amit Gupta’s voice, Meet Bros music and Ayushmann Khurrana and Nushrat Bharucha’s graceful dance steps, it perfectly encapsulates the essence of a festive mood.

Chogada Tara

When modern song meets traditional dandiya and Garba beats, a masterpiece like Chogada Tara is made. Shot at an international location, with Aayush Sharma and Warina Hussain shaking a leg, this song taps the right strings. Sung by Darshan Raval, this energetic and peppy track has become the Navratri anthem for Garba lovers.

Nagada sang dhol baje

When Deepika Padukone danced her heart out to Nagada Sang dhol Baje, people were left in splits. This song from Goliyon Ki Raasleela - Ram Leela, is a perfect Garba song because of Sherya Ghoshal’s melodious voice, lyrics and fast beats.

It wouldn’t be wrong to say, Navratri 2019 playlist is incomplete without this song.


Jackky Bhagnani and Krutika Kamra were entirely soaked in the festive mood as they did the Garba in their traditional attires with full zeal. Another Navratri song by the talented Darshan Raval, Kamariya is a perfect blend of traditional Gujarati folk song Pethal Purma, modern beats and some Hindi lyrics.

Udi Udi Jaaye

When Shah Rukh Khan and Mahira Khan said Udi Udi Jaaye, fans couldn’t stop gushing. Set in the backdrop of Uttrayan festival, the inclusion of Garba steps makes it a hit in the Navratri season.

With a contemporary touch, Bhoomi Trivedi and Sukhwinder Singh’s soothing voice bundles it in a traditional dress.


Just as the name suggests, it is a Shubharambh to the beautiful festival of Navratri. And what better than to welcome Maa Durga with this profound song from Kai Po Che? Singers Amit Trivedi and Shruti Pathak, offer deep-rooted emotions that you’re your heart. It’s a dhol and shehnai number with authentic Gujarati lyrics.

Combining traditional music with some western beats, it is a must-add song to your Navratri playlist.

Radha Nachegi

Add Radha Nachegi to your Navratri playlist and give it a modern makeover. The catchy lyrics and beats will surely make your body move in the rhythm.

Sonakshi Sinha’s funky steps will make you want to dance like never before.

Radha Kaise Na Jale

Beginning with rhythmic dandiya beats and music, Radha Kaise Na Jale is a must-have on your Navratri playlist. Sung by Asha Bhosle and Udit Narayan, it will surely pull any reluctant dancer on the floor.

So, don’t miss to sway along with the soothing beats of ‘Radha Kaise Na Jale’ this Navratri season.

Dholi taro dhol baaje

This classic song from Salman Khan and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan’s much-loved film Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam is all that you need to make the most of Navratri.

Though it throws light on the brewing romance between the leads, Dholi taro dhol baaje has beats that will make all Dandiya and Garba enthusiasts dance like there’s no tomorrow.

Pari Hoon Main

There’s no one like the great Falungi Pathak when it comes to Graba and dandiya songs. Rightly called as the dandiya queen Falguni Pathak’s Pari Hoon Main will indeed make you feel heavenly. This is merely one song, but there are many others from her albums that can be played during Navratri as most of them are based on traditional musical forms of Gujarat.

To put it simply, like Navratri is incomplete without doing the Garba, not including Falguni Pathak’s song is an injustice to list of Garba songs.

Sanedo Sanedo

It is nearly impossible to resist dancing on the most popular Gujarati folk song Sanedo. Gujarati singer Maniraj Barot’s Sanedo in Navratri is what butter is to bread, the best combination. The classic was also recreated by Darshan Raval in Jacky Bhangnani’s Mitron. 

Sanedo signifies affection and the song has little couplets with a resemblance to bhavai.

O Sheronwali

Sung by legendary singers Asha Bhosale and Mohammed Rafi, Sheronwali is a devotional and a festive song from the Suhaag (1979). Even in contemporary times, this classic is played at Garba Raas and devotees enjoy it to the fullest. So, are you excited to dance like Amitabh Bachchan and Rekhaji to the beats of this song?

So, are you ready to groove on these peppy Bollywood tracks this Navratri? What are you waiting for? Grab your Dandiyas and Get Going!