2012 Wrap Up: Top 10 Party Groovies

Life and parties would be dull and colorless without all those peppy numbers that go around. They make you groove in your chair, and beat your feet until you give up.

Saturday, January 05, 2013 | 7:53:18 PM IST (+05:30 GMT)
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Life and parties would be dull and colorless without all those peppy numbers that go around. They make you groove in your chair, and beat your feet until you give up. The 'almost' past year saw a variety of songs hike the music charts. Some of them really kicked off the dancing genes in our body, and here is a peep into them again.

(The songs are in alphabetical order, and haven't been given any particular ranks)

Aa Re Pritam Pyaare (Rowdy Rathore)

This song jumps from the kitty of Sajid-Wajid in the attractively wild voice of Mamta Sharma. Set up in a rural background, "pritam pyaare" made sure to capture the hearts of the urban lot as well.
Anarkali Disco Chali (Housefull 2)

This was another one by the genius duo Sajid-Wajid, along with the magical vocals of Mamta Sharma and Sukhwinder Singh. The song was a hit with the modern day Anarkali beautifying the discos with her latkas and jhatkas.
Balma (Khiladi 786)

It seems like the number 786 did prove lucky for Himesh Reshammiya, who gave out the world a groovy hit after a break, in the form of "balma". Carrying the melody of Shreya Ghoshal and Sreeram, "balma" is a recent hit resounding at the dancing venues.
Chikni Chameli (Agneepath)
The start of the year saw Hrithik Roshan recreating the magic of Amitabh Bachchan as Vijay Dinanath Chauhan. But Katrina Kaif became the show stealer by moving her graceful body to the fast beats of Ajay and Atul's "chikni chameli". Even today, none of us can afford to say no to the addictive 'pahua'.

The Disco song (Student of the Year)
Vishal and Shekhar never seem to fail us with their sense of experimentation. No one could have sung the song better than the trio of Benny Dayal, Sunidhi Chauhan and Nazia Hassan. If you have any doubts, one look of the dance steps shall surely make you loosen up a bit.
Halkat Jawaani (Heroine)

A Salim and Sulaiman creation, "halkat jawaani" sure did make a lot of people run the treadmill. Sunidhi Chauhan lent her voice to the song, and had a lot of people enjoy the onset of their youth.
Mashallah (Ek Tha Tiger)

Who wouldn't want to see Katrina Kaif move to the steps of the seductive belly dance? If Wajid and Shreya Ghoshal add their spice to the rhythm of Sajid and Wajid himself, things just get crazier. This big hit from one of the biggest hit movies was indeed 'Mashallah'.
Pyaar Ki Pungi (Agent Vinod)

A time comes when one gives up dancing in sync with the music. That is when Pritam's composition, full of Mika, Amitabh Bhattacharya and Nakash comes in handy. Just like in the video, 'age no bar, dance no bar', and you get to move your body parts as you like.
Rum Whiskey (Vicky Donor)

John Abrahim's debut as a producer sure placed itself among the society with the 'not-so-touchy' genre. Along with it, the song "rum whiskey" also hit up. An Abhishek and Akshay Verma's creation, sung over by Akshay himself, the song doesn't miss any chance to make the weddings raunchy.
Tumhi Ho Bandhu (Cocktail)

Pritam did manage to surprise us with this song, along with the rapturous voices of Neeraj Shridhar and Kavita Seth. If the beats manage to knock at your ear-drums, you just can't help wave your body to the signature steps.
Last but not the least, since the year saw such great arrivals, it would be unfair not to name them as well. These include "Aa ante amlapuram", "Aunty ji", "Boom boom", "Chinta ta", "Dil mera muft ka", "Ishq shava", "Jhalla wallah", "Papa toh band bajaye", "Second hand jawaani", and the most recent, "Fevicol se".
2012 sure was one awesome year with even more amazing music. But it's definitely right to hope for some more groovier melodies from the music geniuses of bollywood. 

We at the Bollycurry team wish you a very joyous new year with even more upbeat songs. To keep a track of the latest masala on Bollywood, keep your eyes out here.

Author: Pooja B.
Editor: Hershi J.
Graphics: Preet K.

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Posted on: 01 May 2014 at 9:32pm
loved all the sngs..!!! Disco song is awesome

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Posted on: 11 January 2013 at 11:20pm
loved all the songs but disco deewane song rocks above all..luv sid

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Posted on: 11 January 2013 at 1:17pm
The Disco song from SOTY was superb...!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
luv Sid

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Posted on: 08 January 2013 at 6:19am
varun dhawan has great credits in disco deewane cuz he is a fabulous dancer

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Posted on: 06 January 2013 at 10:13pm
above all i like disco deewany and tm hi ho bando and Mashallah are also nice..
ishq shava is best disco song of 2012..they should include this also..

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Posted on: 06 January 2013 at 11:03am
Only Disco Deewane, Mashallah and Cocktail are good ones rest all are vulgar ! Only Perverts can like such songs. Disgusting !

Moreover Ishk Shava is a nice song.

Tbqh i dont like your sense of selection in any article except that ''worst dress'' one.

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Posted on: 06 January 2013 at 9:04am
Halkat Jawaani and Tumhi Ho Bandhu are my absolute faves!Heart

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Posted on: 05 January 2013 at 11:47pm
Loved Disco Dewaane and Tumhe Ho Bandhu to the core, all the other songs, no offense, but their lyrics were kinds down rated.

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Posted on: 05 January 2013 at 10:56pm
I bet dey r partial towards srk,, even the other day, DIALOGUE 's of 2012, dey din consider even a single dialogue from JTHJ though der were so many from the movie.. Al nonsens dialogues were considered.. So much biased and prejudiced

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Posted on: 05 January 2013 at 9:56pm
I love all songs...(simple, no discrimantion)...
I dont hv any fav actor as of now, but I feel bad how these ppl leave SRK alone or maybe some other issues...but JTHJ had no such songs!

Anyways, gud!

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