Diljit Dosanjh Songs that Will Definitely Get You Grooving
Mradula Mahajan · September 07, 2018 · 3 Minute Read
Diljit Dosanjh is the man of the hour. Not only are his party hits a part of every playlist, but this master of Punjabi music is also topping the romantic charts in the Hindi music industry. Bringing his own signature touch to music, Diljit can somehow get you grooving to his songs, while also charming your heart with his odes to love.
His elegant and subtle renditions of “Dum Dum (Reprise) Diljit Dosanjh Version” and “Ikk Kudi – Reprised Version” are going to be catchy classics for a long time, while “Proper Patola,” “Tung Tung Baje,” and “Move Your Lakk” are still ruling the dance floor. The man is unstoppable – we are more than halfway through 2018, and he is still dropping awesome numbers every month. Tune in to some of the latest tracks by the multi-talented actor-musician, Diljit Dosanjh.
If you haven’t heard it yet, stop reading, and start listening… right now!
This beautiful song about budding romance, starring Diljit Dosanjh and Taapsee Pannu, is a new addition to our jukebox. The biographical sports drama, Soorma, which starred Diljit in the lead, gained popularity in part because of the magical romantic track “Ishq Di Baajiyaan.” With lyrics by Gulzar and music by Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy, this song celebrates the innocence and simplicity of a blooming love.
“Good Man Di Laaltain” from Soorma
While you’re at it, why not tune into the party beats of “Good Man Di Laaltain,” sung by the powerful team of Diljit, Sukhwinder Singh, and Sunidhi Chauhan. Inspired by a popular Punjabi expression, “Good Man Di Laaltain”, this song creates a fun family atmosphere welcomes around the new couple, played by Dosanjh and Pannu.
The movie Phillauri is pretty hilarious — and so are the songs! When a beautiful woman steals an entire town’s heart, the playful mocking that follows is captured comically by Anvita Dutt’s lyrics. The song has classic Punjabi drum beats along with a rap verse performed by actress Anushka Sharma. Diljit Dosanjh takes the song to a party level onscreen, and he also ensures, through the power of his voice, that he brings out the element of fun articulated by the lyrics.
Get your dancing shoes out, because it’s time to show some bhangra moves! “Raula,” featuring Shah Rukh Khan and Anushka Sharma is another full-on party hit by our very own Super Singh – Diljit Dosanjh. The track celebrates the effort that goes into arranging an Indian wedding.
The lethal combination of Gurdas Maan and Diljit Dosanjh calls out the youth of India for losing touch with reality. “Ki Banu Duniya Da” in Coke Studio@MTV topped the charts quickly, as it portrays the current state of love and relationships for what it actually is. The lyrics by the Punjabi maestro Maan reminisces about earthen pots, traditional clothes and jewelry, and the love Heer and Ranjha shared in their good old days.
From the opening scene to the final credits, the Deol family made everyone in theaters dance with “Main Taan Aidaan Hi Nachna.” The carefree lyrics, coupled with the inimitable dance steps of the three Deols – Dharmendra, Bobby, and Sunny – were enough to get everyone out of their seats. The off-beat dancers lightheartedly show off their less-than-spectacular skills, but spread the message to just enjoy them. If this Punjabi beat doesn’t get you dancing, we don’t know what will!
This song celebrates youth and the carefree attitude that comes with it. To the lyrics of Amitabh Bhattacharya and Irshad Kamil, Diljit Dosanjh and Pardeep Singh Sran have added fire to the dance floor. As the on-screen friends explore the world, and experience their first taste of freedom, we’re taken along for the journey by the music and lyrics “Sadda Move.” The song features Sushant Singh Rajput enjoying the beauty of Delhi along with his friends. The feeling this track evokes is reminiscent of “Masti Ki Paathshala” from Rang De Basanti.
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