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  • 9 Punjabi Songs To Add To Your Playlist That’ll Make You

    Published on May 17, 2022

    No party is complete without some groovy Punjabi music. Punjabi artists too are increasingly gaining international prominence, with some of them partnering with global musical sensations. The level of appreciation that these songs receive is staggering, with millions of views and streams. Bollywood has adopted the custom of including a mandatory Punjabi track in the film. The majority of the songs featured in the films today are remakes of popular Punjabi songs from the past.

    Some of the popular and most viewed Indian songs on YouTube are as follows:

    1.Wakhra Swag

    Navv Inder and rapper Badshah collaborated on the Punjabi track Wakhra Swag, which was released in 2015. The song’s music video has had over 320 million views making it one of the most viewed Indian songs on YouTube. A reprised version of the song, titled The Wakhra Song, was used in Kangana Ranaut-Rajkummar Rao’s film Judgemental Hai Kya, was sung by Lisa Mishra, Navv Inder, and rapper Raja Kumari.

    2.Dil Chori Sada Ho Gaya

    Hans Raj’s Punjabi party song, Dil Chori Sada Ho Gaya, has ruled hearts for over a decade. It’s taken from Hans’ folk album Chorni, and the lyrics were written by Sham Balkar. The hit Punjabi song was later remixed for the Bollywood film Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety, starring Kartik Aaryan, Nushratt Bharuccha, and Sunny Singh. Honey Singh remixed the song, which included additional vocals from Simar Kaur, Ishers, and the composer himself.

    3.Suit Suit Karda

    Be it is cocktail party or sangeet, Suit Suit Karda is one of the perfect Punjabi dance songs for wedding functions. This Punjabi dance song never fails to leave an impression. The song was written by Guru Randhawa, Intense, and Rajat Nagpal and was sung by Guru Randhawa and Arjun, who also wrote the lyrics. The Punjabi dance song was featured in Irrfan Khan and Saba Qamar’s film Hindi Medium.

    4.Angreji Beat

    Angreji Beat is yet another 2011 Yo Yo Honey Singh track. Gippy Grewal and Honey Singh perform the song. Veet Baljit wrote the song’s lyrics, which have received over 69 million views on YouTube.

    5.High Heels

    Although everyone knows that this popular song is from the film Ki & Ka, few people are aware that the original version was published in 2012. High Heels, sung by Jaz Dhami, is another Yo Yo Honey Singh song with over 185 million YouTube views.

    6.Morni Banke

    Morni Banke is one of the perfect Punjabi dance songs for wedding especially during the bride’s arrival. The song was remade for the film Badhaai Ho, starring Ayushmann Khurrana and Sanya Malhotra, and was originally composed by Panjabi MC. Guru Randhawa and Neha Kakkar sang the revised version, which was created by Tanishk Bagchi. The words for this song were written by MellowD.

    7.Dope Shope- International Villager

    Dope Shope, performed by Deep Money and rapper Yo Yo Honey Singh, was one of the first songs to contribute to the mainstream music world’s acceptance of the Punjabi pop music industry. The song was released in 2011, and the music video has received 59 million views to date.

    8.Sauda Khara Khara

    This energetic Punjabi song lifts the mood at any party with its upbeat lyrics and dance-worthy tunes. The film Good News’ song ‘Sauda Khara Khara’ is based on Sukhbir’s original Punjabi pop song of the same name. Diljit Dosanjh, Sukhbir and Dhvani Bhanushali performed the new version, which was composed by Lijo George. The movie stars Kareena Kapoor Khan, Kiara Advani, Akshay Kumar, and Diljit Dosanjh in lead roles. The music video went on to receive over 450 million views making it one of the most viewed Indian songs on YouTube.

    9.High Rated Gabru

    High Rated Gabru, sung by Guru Randhawa and released in 2017, is one of the iconic and most viewed Indian songs on YouTube. The music video has over 1 billion views on YouTube and was later used in the film Nawabzade.


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