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Bollywood’s popular Eid songs! (watch videos)

India TV Entertainment Desk [ Updated 29 Jul 2014, 17:14:35 ]
Bollywood’s popular Eid songs! (watch videos)
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New Delhi: Celebrating Eid is not just restricted to decorations and delicacies but it has become a lot more.

Starting the day with morning prayers, to savoring those mouth-watering cuisines, one just can't miss to be a part of such a grand festive celebrations.

As Bollywood fans have already been treated with their Eid gift this time by #Kick, many of us could just pack our stuff and head out to explore the festivities across the nation.

With entire nation busy with preparing for Eid with joy, reverence and tremendous celebrations, we bring for you some popular Bollywood tracks that would make your celebrations a more fun event.

Take a look....

 

Noor-E-Khuda

    


This track from 'My Name is Khan' starring Shah Rukh Khan - Kajol gives a soulful hearing with majestical voices from Shankar Mahadevan, Adnan Sami, and  Shreya Ghoshal.
 
Lyrics penned by Niranjan Iyengar; the incredibly composed song gives a soothing feels to our souls and is composed by trio Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy.

 

Eid Mubarak

   

This peppy, fun track from Salman Khan starrer 'Tumko Na Bhool Payenge' gives a foot tapping excuse for dance lovers. With onset of Eid celebration, every household can be seen crooning this song by Salman as they wish their loved one.

 
Dekho Chand Aya


  

This majestic musical sung by Parthiv Gohil leaves your soul with thirst for more as it beautifully celebrates the sighting of moon before inciting Eid celebrations.

The song was picturised on Ranbir Kapoor and Sonam Kapoor.


Bismillah

    

This is one of most popular tracks, which could be heard playing in almost every household celebrating Eid. From movie 'Once Upon A Time In Mimbai Dobaara', this track was released on the occasion of Eid for music lovers.


Wallah Re Wallah

  


The lyrics penned by Anvita Dutt Guptan, this track was composed by Vishal-Shekhar duo and is sung by Shreya Ghoshal, Sukhwinder Singh. The song has Eid celebrations in its background.