Let’s Make the Elderly Groove
Sangeet nights have become a thing more than they were back then.
Apart from all the dance performances by your cousins and friends. It has also become a platform for people expressing their love for their significant other.
You might find your uncle and aunt dancing in a flirtatious manner, enrapturing everyone’s attention. And if this is so, then why should the parents be behind?
To the endless efforts and hard work put out by your parents. They too deserve a moment of affection and a 100kg ton of “aww” moments from the audience.
Keeping that in mind. We, at wedus, have compiled a list of 21 best Hindi wedding songs for parents performance, (oldies as well as the latest hit tracks). So that they too can have a good groove at, at your wedding, making it much brighter and friendlier than it was supposed to be.
O Meri Zohra Jabeee
- Movie: Waqt (1965)
- Starcast: Balraj Sahni, Achala Sachdev
- Singer: Manna Dey
- Music: Ravi
- Lyrics: Sahir Ludhianvi
A timeless classic like O meri Zohra jabee, from your father to your beautiful maa, won’t it be fantastic?
Let’s not forget the beautiful romance portrayed by these talented actors and ask our parents to groove a little bit on the same.
I’m sure it is in their best songs list and have danced on it already. This can be one of the best wedding songs for parents.
Galla goodiyan, Movie- dil dhadakne do (2015)
- Singer: Yashita Sharma, Manish Kumar Tipu, Farhan Akhtar, Shankar Mahadevan, Sukhwinder Singh
- Music: Shankar Eshaan Loy
- Lyrics: Javed Akhtar
Have you noticed the chemistry between Anil Kapoor and his wife in the song Galla goodiyan?
The song is a comfortable rock and basic hand movements by the young yet old parents will suffice. You can add this into the playlist of wedding songs for parents.
Say shava shava, Movie- Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham (2001)
- Singer: Sudesh Bhosle, Alka Yagnik, Sunidhi Chauhan, Amitabh Bacchan
- Music: Aadesh Shrivastava
- Lyrics: Sameer Anjaan
The signature step of shava shava is known by all, and I’m sure your parents must be aware of them too.
Play the song and ask your parents to rock on the floor.
Surprisingly, they’ll be able to too!
Sajna ji vaari vaari, Movie- Honeymoon travels Pvt Ltd (2007)
- Singer: Sunidhi Chauhan, Shekhar Ravjiani
- Star Cast: Kay Kay Menon, Raima Sen, Boman Irani, Sabana Azmi
- Music: Vishal Dadlani, Shekhar Ravjiani
- Lyrics: Javed Akhtar
You’re shining every step of the day, doesn’t your mother deserve to shine a little too?
This song is going to bring out your mother’s inner Saroj Khan and make her enjoy on the floor like never before.
Might actually make your father blush a little too!
Ambarsariya, Movie- Fukrey (2013)
- Singer: Sona Mohapatra
- Music: Ram Sampath
- Lyrics: Munna Dhiman
Yet another song to make your mother blush.
Even if this is an all solo performance song, it’ll fit well enough for your mother and father to dance on.
The song is neither slow nor fast, which will make them comfortable while twerking!
Ae dil mujhe bata, Movie- Bhai Bhai (1997)
- Singer: Geeta Dutt
- Music: A.Darshan
Let’s make them groove along with asking them to reminisce about the gold old days they’ve spent together.
Your love story plus theirs is definitely equal to a lovely wedding ceremony!
Pyaar Hua ikraar Hua hai, Movie- Shree 420 (1955)
- Singer: Manna Dey, Lata Mangeshkar
- Music: Shankar-Jaikishan
How about some old school romance?
Remember the time when there was a black & white tv at your house? Or even if you didn’t own one, the song has been playing around since decades now.
Just like your parents’ marriage, this track does not get older!
Let them groove on their favourite track to make the wedding more memorable, as already it is going to be!
O haseena zulfo wali, Movie- teesri manzil (1966)
- Singer: Asha Bhosle, Mohd. Rafi
- Lyrics: Pancham, Majrooh Sultanpuri
Just like the name of the movie, aren’t you excited looking at your parents dancing on teesri manzil too?
Ask the couple to perform on a gemstone like this and observe the joy it will bring to them.
Looking at them smiling will make your whole life, let alone a wedding day!
Gulabi aankhen, Movie- The train (1970)
- Singer: Mohammed Rafi
- Music: R.D Burman
- Lyrics: Anand Bakshi
Mother oh mother, how pretty can they be? This song will bring out the hidden beauty of your mother, right on her face in front of everyone!
Do not let the opportunity pass, play the song and let her blush a little more!
Churake dil mera, Movie- Main khiladi tu Anari (1994)
Isn’t it obvious that your father’s heart rests with your mother?
Watch them relive their love as you play this fantastic track right away!
Yaar Bina chaikaha re, Movie- Saheb (1985)
Not even a second goes by when dad doesn’t ask maa to look for something or get something done, does it?
All I’m saying is. Let him express his love to the lady of the house through this beautiful song of Saheb movie and watch Mumma blush!
Bole chudiyan, Movie- Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham (2001)
Weddings are nostalgic, aren’t they?
Maa papa should also get nostalgic over the continuous wedding music playing so that they are able to enjoy yours to its fullest!
Ainvayi ainvayi, Movie- Band Baaja baaraat (2010)
Weddings are already so emotional that apart from all the Rona dhona, shouldn’t there be a little more teasing and humour?
Ainvayi Ainvayi to your rescue! Play this and see your parents doing random steps on the stage garnering all “awwws” and “how cuteee” from the audience!
Gal mithi mithi, Movie- Aisha (2010)
A typical Punjabi track for your parents to dance on.
The beauty of the track is that it is neither to dancy nor too simple, it’s a blend of both, and I guess that’s how your parents are also, aren’t they?
Let them do gal mitthi mitthi on the floor until they burst laughing with joy and celebrate it all with you!
Sapne me milti hai, Movie- Satya (1998)
Can’t just stop drooling on the track but is too old fashioned to dance on for you and your significant other?
Let the parents take the lead and watch them make it typical old schooled for you to never dance on it again! (chuckles)
Rock and roll soniye, Movie- Kabhi alvida na kehna (2013)
Don’t you want to watch your parents do a little rock and roll too?
I’m sure all the others want to too, so why not take the opportunity, make the best of it and ask them to rock and roll in front of everyone?
Banthan chali, Movie- kurukshetra (2000)
No no, unlike the title of the movie, this wedding is no one’s Kurukshetra!
Let it be a fantastic party where your mother can walk around banthan ke and dance to the track as well!
Maahi ve, Movie- Kal ho na ho (2003)
Talking about wedding tracks, how can we forget this epic track we danced to as a kid more than we’ve danced in a wedding altogether?
Everyone knows about these songs, let’s remind the ones who’ve forgotten about it too and groove!
Kya khoob lagti ho, Movie- Dharmatma (1975)
Isn’t this what your father has been wishing on saying to your mother but is reluctant because of course, it’s your wedding!
Let him say kya khoob lagti ho to your mother through this beautiful song and watch her blush more and more with each line!
Ye Chand Sa Roshan Chehra, Movie- Kashmir ki Kali (1964)
If not, then your mother’s chehra will glow Roshan definitely when dad drags her to the floor on this song.
Wait for the fun, it’s definitely going to be.
Aajkal tere mere pyaar ke charche, Movie- Brahmachari (1968). Parents definitely deserve to dance on this timeless classic once in their life.
I’d say this is my personal favourite when talking about 21 wedding songs for parents dance performance.
Do not let this song go, I repeat, do not. This is one of the best wedding songs for parent.
There are several songs you can make your parents dance to, just do not let the opportunity pass.
There are not a lot of times when parents are given a chance to blow the stage.
Considering how your big day is going to matter to you. your family and your to-be kids are going to have a look at the blast marriage ceremony you had. Do not let these elderly do away with the fun.
Ask them for performance too. Add these best wedding songs for parents and light up the stage like never before.