Eid 2021: 5 Bollywood Songs To Get In The Chand Raat Mood
Eid is just a few hours away, and while we…
Eid is just a few hours away, and while we are stuck at home because of the pandemic, we cannot let the zest for the festivities fade away. Eid 2021 will be celebrated in India on Friday (May 14). The days marks the end of the holiest month in the Islamic calendar known as the holy month of Ramadan where Muslims observe fast from pre-dawn to dusk for the entire month. On Eid, Muslims get ready in traditional dressed, and feast on delicious food.
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But what’s the fun when there is no music. Eid 2021, which is an occasion of joy and celebration, needs its own Bollywood playlist. So do check out the see songs listed below, and make sure to play them tomorrow while you enjoy the festivities with your family.
Kun Faya Kun
This song has to be on your Eid 2021 playlist. Composed by music maestro, AR Rahman, this soulful melody from Rockstar features Ranbir Kapoor. Mohit Chauhan crooned Kun Faya Kun with absolute sincerity, making it a classic number.
Noor E Khuda
Noor E Khuda from Shah Rukh Khan starrer My Name Is Khan is another beautiful song that you can listen to. Sung by Adnan Sami, the song will help you connect with God and make you feel so much more lighter.
Khwaja Mere Khwaja
The classic Sufi song Khwaja Mere Khwaja from Jodha Akbar also has to be on your Eid 2021 Bollywood playlist. This song is sung by AR Rahaman so beautifully that it will instantly put you in a good mood.
Just like Ranbir Kapoor, we all waited for the moon, and this song from Saawariya is just the definition of how everyone feels when they spot the beautiful chand. Yoon Shabnami croone dby Parthiv Gohil has a different vibe to it.
Aaj Ki Party
Any Eid playlist is incomplete without two thing – Salman Khan and an upbeat song. Aaj Ki Party from Khan’s film Bajrangi Bhaijaan has both. This Eid special song crooned by Mika Singh and composed by Pritam, will put you in the party mood. No wonder it was one of the hit songs of 2015.