We are a nation of different societies and unreasonably numerous festivals. Indian songs have consistently utilized these festivals as a viable piece of their narrating. Furthermore, there is no forswearing that out of the extensive rundown of celebrations, Ganeshotsav is each movie producer’s top pick. We trust it is predominantly so a result of the abundant energy and vivid disposition related with the merriments. Additionally in light of the fact that the celebration is praised with glory in Bollywood’s home-Mumbai!
Here is a rundown of Bollywood songs that had the most remarkable Ganeshotsav festivity scenes:-
1)’Mourya Re’ from ‘Don’ (2011)
Including as a matter of fact Shah Rukh Khan, this melody is an absolute necessity have for the Ganpati festivities. The tune catches the crude and genuine embodiment of the festival in Mumbai – with music, dance, commitment and gigantic groups. SRK experts the road style look with a white shirt and a piece of strict yellow fabric tied around his temple. Sung by Shankar Mahadevan, wrote by Javed Akhtar and formed by Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy, this super-vigorous number never goes downhill. Iconic line: “Tujhko firse jalwa dikhana hi hoga, agle baras aana hai aana hi hoga.”
2)’Deva Shree Ganesha’ from ‘Agneepath’ (2012)
Inspite of such countless tunes committed to the elephant-headed God, this track keeps on leftover well known quite a long time after year. Sung in the incredible voice of Ajay Gogavale, the tune highlights entertainers Hrithik Roshan and Priyanka Chopra observing Ganesh Chaturthi with extraordinary energy. Loaded up with energy, shadings and incredible music, the melody is a pleasure to pay attention to, watch and move on. The heart-contacting verses are written by Amitabh Bhattacharya. The feet-tapping melody includes Hrithik’s moving as well as adds layers to his person. While the melody is playing behind the scenes, Hrithik’s person Vijay uncovers his personality to the lowlife and kills him in the festival. The sweet number is formed by Ajay-Atul. Iconic line: “Dar bhi usse Darra re, jiski rakhwaliyaan re,karta saya tera, deva Shree Ganesha…”
3) ‘Shambhu Sutaya’ from ‘ABCD: Any Body Can Dance’ (2013)
With regards to observing Lord Ganesha, Prabhudeva and the ‘ABCD: Any Body Can Dance’ series can’t be neglected. Sung by Shankar Mahadevan and Vishal Dadlani, this melody highlights one of the best moving moves, sweet beats, energy and loot. As red shading flies in the celebratory air, the artists release their exceptional moves with energy and dedication. As the tune advances, it prompts a dance go head to head, and at last turns into a battle between the two contending gatherings. Created by Sachin Jigar, the amazing verses are composed by Mayur Puri and the number is coordinated by Remo D’Souza. Iconic Line:”Riddhi Siddhi vriddhi hoti…Ho tere hi aane se…”
4) ‘Shree Siddhivinayak Mantra And Aarti’ (2016)
This version of the customary aarti is sung by Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan. Hit the play button and delicately close your eyes. Large B’s first word “Om” is sufficient to rise above you to a feeling of dedication, confidence and appreciation. Having 100 million perspectives (and then some) on YouTube, this amazing aarti is coordinated by Shoojit Sircar. Amitabh Bachchan’s voice hits directly at the heart, offering solace and harmony to the enthusiasts. Notorious line: Any and each line sung by Amitabh Bachchan. We truly can’t pick one!
5) ‘Suno Ganpati Bappa Morya’ from ‘Judwaa 2’ (2017)
One of the most recent Bollywood Ganpati tracks to move to, this great track is sung by Amit Mishra. The melody catches the relationship of Varun Dhawan’s person Raja with his dearest companion and defender Ganpati Bappa. Danish Sabri wrote the verses in metropolitan Indian language. Varun’s unique turn moves capture everyone’s attention. The enthusiastic music is created by Sajid Wajid. Iconic Line:- “Thoda innocent thoda shararati, jaisa bhi hoon tujhko meri khabar hai.”
6) ‘Jaidev Jaidev Aarti’ (2022)
This aarti is sung by one of the most pleasant artists of Bollywood, Shreya Ghoshal. The as of late delivered aarti is an ideal tribute to Lord Ganesha. The verses are of the customary ‘Jaidev Aarti’. Shreya’s voice sets the mind-set for dedication and accommodation of self to the powerful Ganesha. Introduced by Salim-Sulaiman’s Merchant records, this musical aarti is delivered by music chief Gulraj Singh. The video likewise catches the course of a sand craft of the powerful god with a modak in his grasp. The music by the around the world perceived Budapest Symphony Orchestra adds to the appeal and sorcery of the aarti. Iconic Line:- Sankati Pavave Nirvani Rakshave Survarvandana|| Jaidev Jaidev.”