Garba is a fun folk dance, originally from Gujarat, performed during the Navratri festival. The songs in this dance form revolve around the theme of Goddess Durga. While in India it is common to play popular dance songs at festivals and events, the feeling of groove during Navratri is very special.
Bollywood has offered many popular patting acts over the years. The songs are sure to make an impact during the festival season and are highly regarded by the masses. As Navratri season approaches, it’s time to refresh the beats on your dance playlist. Here are some groovy folk acts that have gained immense popularity over the years.
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Dholi Taro Dhol Baaje
This energetic and rhythmic song from the 1999 film Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam is one of the must-have songs for performing the garba. Salman Khan and Aishwarya Rai’s hit dance number during festival season tops the list after decades. The track instantly puts you in motion and people always love to dance on it.
Sung by the country’s queen dandiya and garba, Falguni Pathak, the song completes the festival. Navratri has never been the same since we heard the tunes for this special issue. The popular track is perfect for dancing dandiya the night away. The song from the Sangat album was sung by Rajendra Pathak alongside Falguni.
Loveyatri’s bouncy track saw Aayush Sharma and Warina Hussain bring the Gujarati vibe and dance to its tune. The catchy song became an instant hit among dance fans. The rhythms and general spirit of the song never fail to strike a chord with the audience.
Kai Po Che’s song features Rajkummar Rao and Amrita Puri playing the garba at a reception. Performed by Divya Kumar and Shruti Pathak, this song is performed every year during the festival. The Gujarati beats of the song are a bonus and people just can’t resist the dance.
Nagada Sang Dhol
Goliyon’s bestselling number Ki Rasleela Ram-Leela is already on the playlists of many disc jockeys.
The piece sung by Shreya Ghoshal and Osman Mir is one of the most perfect dandiya dance numbers and a staple of Navratri.
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