At least more than half of the country’s generation has grown up to experience the 90s Bollywood blast, and feels the urge to perform the pelvic thrust every time they hear Tu cheez badi hai mast mast.
Having lived through Bollywood’s craziest peak is unforgettable time, and almost anyone who is re-introduced to those songs is taken right back to the 90s complete with its hilarious lyrics, wild dance moves, and to-die-for drama. So, all you 90s couples out there, here are some of the crazy songs from that era, which you must include in your sangeet to get the crowd singing and dancing along with you! Are you ready to relive your classic college days?
Wooing your girl with sparkly diamond rings is one thing, but winning her heart Bollywood-style is just rocking! This track from Judwaa is so fantastically funny that they will not just win your bride’s heart, but also win over the guests!
Hilarious lyrics, and even more hilarious moves, you must add this to your dance list! This famous Govinda-Karisma number from Hero No. 1 will not only get the crowd rolling off their chairs, but will also treat you to the best dancing experience (just imagine the practice sessions!). The father-in-law and son-in-law relationship is already quite a complicated one, the little bit of humour that this song will bring will just add salt and pepper to this equation.
When starting to date, lovers come face to face with umpteen numbers of problems! Meeting each other secretly is the toughest of all, but every couple might have lived through the chhup chhup ke milna phase of the relationship where they did almost everything to see each other! This amusing track is just a perfectly over-exaggerated portrayal of these very awesome times.
A wedding needs a song for the bride’s mother too. What better than this famous Hum Aapke Hain Koun track? It is not only emotional and moving, but also brings back many memories of the most perfect and popular wedding film of all times! Not only is this for the mother, but also delightfully signifies the love for the groom in her life. So dear bride-to-be, we select this famous 90s track for you and your love for your mother and for your groom.
This is an evergreen song from Andaz Apna Apna. Whether it is the groom all by himself or with his sweetheart, you just cannot go wrong with this song. This song will definitely not get anything less than an “aww” and a “hoot” for it in response from your guests!
Dear would-be couples, do you want to add a bit of sauciness to your sangeet ceremony? Then here are two sensual songs that certainly don’t need any introduction (or so we hope!), which would be perfect for you and your partner to perform on. The amount of spice you add to your moves is really up to you.
This sensual track from the 90s is solely for the bride-to-be who is ready to get rid of her shyness and express her love for quirky dance moves, and her fiancé too. So dear bride, choose one and get your female friends and cousins to practice some sensual moves on that.
Okay, so enough with funky, quirky and sensual numbers, time to get a little romantic we say, with some romantic tracks of 90s. Whether it is Pehla nasha phela khumar, or Tum mile dil khile aur jeene ko kya chaiye, etc pick one song to serenade your guests with your love.
Talking of the 90s we can’t forget this number that had every man dancing and lip-syncing to it. Not only were the dance moves quirky, but the lyrics were hilarious too. But all said and done, when this song came out, it did become an instant hit and a youth anthem. So, we have shortlisted this track for the groomsmen. All the buddies of the groom, this track is for you to add a little ched-chad with the bride’s sisters.
Well, we started with this number, so how could we not add it to the list? This is a classic 90s track that made all of us dance to its beats. We are sure you cannot forget Raveena Tandon’s dance moves in this one. This one is for the groom who is totally smitten by his bride-to-be’s beauty, style and sensuousness; and the bride who loves to show off her dance moves. Need we say more?
So are you ready to give a 90s twist to your sangeet ceremony? While at it, why don't you also add the "90s Bollywood" as your theme? It will surely be fun, just like those classic days when everyone would laugh at yet love all these tracks.