The Top 10 Bollywood Party Songs of 2014

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With New Year’s Eve just a few days away, we’re all busy making plans and updating our iPods. And 2014’s music was definitely created for the dance floor. To make your life easier, here are the top 10 party songs of the year that ought to find a place in all your playlists.


Sunny Sunny

Officially Bollywood’s first beach party song that taught us how to party, Honey-Singh style, in the day!

Chaar Botal Vodka

And how could Honey Singh neglect nocturnal creatures? Chaar Botal Vodka was the perfect clubbing song.

Abhi To Party Shuru Hui Hai

Finally a party song that reminds people that no matter what the time, the party’s just begun.


Deepika’s hotness coupled with Kanika Kapoor’s addictive vocals makes this one of the best songs of 2014.

Yaar Na Miley

Nargis’ first item song with Salman, with the backdrop of raw, strong, Punjabi vocals of Jasmine Sandals elevated this song to epic status.

Dance Basanti

It was refreshing to hear Vishal Dadlani’s voice with some crazy beats by Sachin-Jigar. Add to that Shraddha’s memorable performance which turned Dance Basanti into an instant hit.

Saturday Saturday

A rehash of a Punjabi classic which was already popular in the North was made better with Varun’s and Alia’s shenanigans.

G Phaad Ke

Return of the legendary Govinda and his inimitable dance style to a song that literally made you dance your guts out.

London Thumakda

The wedding song of probably the decade, London Thumakda became a rage at even clubs and bars. Kangana’s dance moves too went viral.

Baby Doll

And when we’ll remember 2014’s music a few years down the line, this song will be on the top of any list. It was an instant hit because of its foot-tapping beats and Sunny’s flawless performance, but got so addictive that it started playing everywhere and soon gained widespread popularity.

Let us know if we’ve missed a song that you loved in the comments below.

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