Updated: Jun 30, 2020
As the about us section will tell you, our family is made up of the most entertaining people. Movies, songs, music and dance form the core of our discussions and lives. For our family, singing is travelling down memory lane and unwinding at the end of the week. We do it in the shower, on smule and very recently on a Whatsapp group where we play Antakshri by sending voice notes one after the other. We also share our karaoke audios and videos.
One of these days, we were trying to look for nice hindi/punjabi karaoke songs for girls, but since they are far and few, we decided to scout for them and even created a playlist for you to access easily. Here are a few options that are easy, catchy and popular:
Kalla Sohna Nai by Neha Kakkar: You either love Bigg Boss or you don’t. The same isn’t true for this song – it has ~68 M views. Neha did an incredible job with this extremely romantic song. I love the line“Ki Pradhan Mantri h, jina busy tu rehna ae”. Are you the prime minister? You seem that busy.
Viah Nai Karauna by Asees Kaur: Even though it has the word Karauna (very close to Corona), this is a soft and easy number that we love. There is something about a wedding set-up juxtaposed with a slow song, that makes us go “Awwww”. We also love Shraddha Arya. This is our personal favorite right now.
Gal Karke by Asees Kaur: Thank God for Asees Kaur and her voice – she is singing Punjabi songs for this generation. The original has 118 M views as of today! It will remind you of Dhoom 3 (ask us why, if you don’t get it) and your school crush.
Makhna from Drive: The movie tanked but the song rose. It has 112 M views as of today! This one takes you on a visual trip to the beach which we all could do with during a lockdown. It’s a blockbuster and you can also shake a leg to it. It is a little difficult to sing as compared to other songs in this list, because of limited room to breathe – the tempo is quite high.
Vaaste by Dhvani Bhanushali: This song by a new artist Dhvani became such a rage (it has 813 M views), that all girls (including my 7-year old daughter) are performing on it. It has a “feel good” factor to it and will remind you of your college days when performing on the stage was such a thrill.
Kudi Nu Nachne De from Angrezi Medium: The song is full of energy and celebrates womanhood. Even though Vishal Dadlani sang it, us girls can kill it!