Navratri songs News
Navratri special song of the day: Lahu munh lag gaya from Ram-Leela
The new song from Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s magnum opus is a slow garba song featuring Ranveer and Dippy
Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s fascination with Navratri is well known. We all remember Dholi taro song from his blockbuster film Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam which starred Salman Khan and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan. Click here to read more
Navratri special song of the day: Yaad piya ki aane lagi by Falguni Pathak
If it’s Navratri then you certainly can’t forget the dandiya queen Falguni Pathak, right?
It’s the last day of the Navratri festival and we wanted to list a song which has been crooned by none other than Falguni Pathak – a name synonymous with ‘Dandiya’ as well as Indipop. Click here to read more
Navratri special song of the day: Sabse bada tera naam from Suhaag
This song isn’t a typical Bollywood dance number and is more of a devotional track
Sabse bada tera naam is classic garba and dandiya number from the film 1979 hit film Suhaag which starred Amitabh Bachchan and Rekha in the lead. Click here to read more
Navratri special song of the day: Dholi taro from Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam
This number featuring Ash and Salman is easily one of best dandiya songs from Bollywood
Sung by Karsan Sagadia, Kavita Krishnamurthy, and Vinod Rathod, Dholi taro song is from Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s blockbuster film Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam. Though the movie released back in 1999, Click here to read more
Navratri special: 9 Bollywood garba songs to groove to!
Navratri has always found a special place in Bollywood films and we aren’t surprised – after all, this festival is all about naach gaana
It’s that time of year when we dance like no one’s watching. Yes, the nine nights of dance, music and masti are back! It’s Navratri and we know Click here to read more
Navratri special: Rajneish Duggall slays the devil with the help of Hanuman Chalisa in 1920!
Even in a seemingly good world there lurks a devil. And here’s a dekho at how our Bollywood heroes defeat the evil one
The devil has made his appearance time and again on the bada parda, mostly to be slain by the positively strong spirit of the hero. And while some bhoots managed to scare us a wee bit, others only made us giggle with every boo. Click here to read more
Navratri Special: Emraan Hashmi challenges corrupt society in Shanghai
The film which focused on corrupt practices prevalent in almost every state of our country today made its impact on the thinking populace, awakening their faith and belief and motivating them to take on the fraudulent system to overcome wrongdoing. On the fifth auspicious day of the Navratri festival, we unleash characters who took on the challenge of dealing with burning issues faced by the nation today.
One such recent cinematic example was Emraan Hashmi in Shanghai, a movie that focused on the India that is not shining. Click here to read more
Navratri special: Ayushmann Khurrana wins the battle over society stereotypes in Vicky Donor
What’s wrong with donating sperm? Nothing. Except that it doesn’t fit well with certain rigid minds with rigid ideas. So we dedicate the second day of this nine-day festival to the characters who forced open stereotypes that suffocate our society
Yes, it’s difficult to defy your own family, community and loved ones and stand up for your love. But on the second day of Navratri, we cherish the way Bollywood has stood up against stereotypes and showed us how to fight for our passion. Click here to read more
Navratri special: Sridevi wins the battle for respect in English Vinglish
The actor, who played the role of Shashi in the movie directed by Gauri Shinde, has re-earned her place as a star. And she displays the true essence of the nine-day festival…
Our hearts went out to the efficient, laddoo making housewife Shashi – a role played by Sridevi in English Vinglish – when we saw her being put down because of her funny pronunciation (remember jhaaz?) and tooti-phooti English. Click here to read more
Navratri Special: When Deepika Padukone, Vidya Balan, Gauri Shinde donned red!
The nine-day festival starts today, and we look at how the creative and powerful women of Bollywood show off their elegance and beauty in the first colour of festival – red
Deepika Padukone looks sensuous and stunning in the red gown designed by Gaurav Gupta. Click here to read more