By Neha Gargi Last Updated:
The morning of your wedding is a special time of your life. It’s the last day of your bachelorhood and at the same time, it’s also the day when you will be adding a new chapter into your life. You would be making some new acquaintances, leaving behind some old memories and there would be a number of other things that are likely to change.
So, why not make the most of your time while it lasts. Spend some quality time with your friends and family, and cherish their love while getting ready for the big day ahead with these beautiful numbers in your “Getting Ready” playlist.
We have put together a “Getting Ready” playlist for you that will add to the excitement and also keep your pre-wedding jitters in check. Let’s dig into the playlist right away!
Be it sangeet, mehendi or wedding day, a wedding is incomplete without this peppy number from the movie Queen. Full of Punjabi flavour, the song is perfect to begin the wedding day preparations with your family.
Kangana Ranaut is undoubtedly the queen of foot tapping songs. Banno Tera Swagger is that one number that is not just perfect for a sangeet night, but also great to begin the day with your girl gang. Have some yummy delicacies, groove a little, indulge in some bathroom singing and live the moment before heading to the mandap.
There’s nothing better than a crazy impromptu dance with your sisters, mom, masis, buas and friends on the craziest song Hungama from the movie Queen. Grooving with your girlies is a marvelous way to shake off any pre-wedding jitters that you might have.
If you want to continue with the “girls only” fun in the dressing room as well, then Chittiyan Kalaiyan is a must-have number on your playlist. The peppy and upbeat number would work great to keep your pre-wedding jitters at bay.
It’s said old is gold and in this case it definitely is. Sung by the legendary Asha Bhonsle, this melodious song is perfect in every way. The song is exactly what you need to set the mood for getting ready before making your journey to the wedding venue. You can even listen to the remix version of the song, which although incomparable to the original, is worth listening to.
Now that your adrenaline is pumping and you are ready to sit for hours of priming and makeup, listen to this beautiful song from Lootera. It has a lovely old world charm to it and would help you stay calm through everything.
Sung by the beautiful and talented Shraddha Kapoor, Teri Galliyan is a lovely slow romantic number to soothe your senses before the big event. Once you are done with your makeup and dress, spend a few minutes listening to this song in full solitude. Club the song with Ankit Tiwari’s version as well for a full on romantic impact.
A delightfully sweet song in the voice of Shreya Ghosal, Bahara is perfect to perk up your mood in the morning. A word of caution though, just don’t end up day-dreaming or you will be late for your own wedding!
Another balmy song that you must have in your playlist is Sab Tera from Baaghi. Lose yourself in to the melodious and caressing voices of Armaan Malik and Shraddha Kapoor while getting your hair and makeup done.
This desi and soulful number from the movie Happy New Year has everything. It’s a hardcore romantic song that will help you relax and think of nothing else but the new life you are about to begin with your soulmate.
On your wedding day, no doubt you are going to be thinking a lot about your new life with husband-to-be. Sung by the amazing singer Arijit Singh and Chinmayi Sripada, the beautiful romantic number, Mann Mast Magan from the movie 2 States is a must have on your playlist.
An old but beautiful song that depicts everything that you as a bride might be experiencing. Kumar Sanu and Jaspinder Narula’s soothing vocals are perfect to help you relax while dressing up.
Feeling a little nervous? All you need is the super-cool Kar Gayi Chull song from the movie Kapoor and Sons. With foot tapping beats and catchy lyrics, it's just impossible to think of anything else other than grooving to this feel-good number.
Do you have more songs that you would love to add to this playlist? We would love to hear about them, do let us know in the comments below.