We give you 10 Twitter Pakistani Wedding Song Suggestions For Jemima!
Just In: Usman Mukhtar’s Mehndi took place last night and man, did the boys rock the dance floor! This Mehndi is rocking Instagram so we thought to put it out there, thank us later!
Usman Mukhtar Kicks Off Wedding Festivities With A Bang
The Hum Kahan Ke Sachay Thay star is getting hitched this weekend. Pictures and videos fresh off Instagram have stirred up quite the storm. Ahmed Ali Abkar, Osman Khalid Butt, Meraj Ali, and the man of the hour himself gave full of energy performances. See for yourself!
The gang rocking to Oonchi Hai Building by Anu Malik and Sushma Shreshta and rocking to the beat they are!
Yeah, we’re enjoying this as much as you are! Those expressions Obi gave during Unchi Hai Building had us!
Pakistani Wedding Songs, Handpicked With Love By Twitterati For Jemima Goldsmith
Who doesn’t have the craze for good shaadi songs? Something which can make you get up and get you grooving! Just two days ago, Jemima Goldsmith, headed to Twitter and asked the Pakistani Twitterati the best pop song for a wedding! And boy oh boy, did Twitter have some amazing suggestions!
But we do wonder, what’s Jemima up to. Don’t you? Is it to feature in her upcoming Sajal Aly starrer, ‘What’s Love Got To Do With It?’ Hmm, she has twitter guessing. But nevertheless, whatever the reason may be, the suggestions didn’t hold back.
Here are 10 songs which came in highly recommended
1. Shakar Wandaan Re – Asrar Shah (Ho Mann Jahan)
As soon you hit play, it’s a MUST to do the hook step. I mean, it’s so easy and everyone can do it! Plus, Sheheryar’s expressions and Mahira’s dance is amazing! What do you think. Asrar Shah really levelled up the wedding/dance song game!
2. Haye Dil Bechara – Jimmy Khan (Parey Hut Love)
Boy oh boy, this one is love. The music, European touch in the melody and of course, Jimmy’s voice makes it a hundred times better. “Hayee Dil Becharaa” is for all the love birds out there. It’s a must on everyone’s playlist!
Sung by Jabar Abbas, Nirmal Roy, Neha Chaudhry and Aashir Wajahat, performed by Azfar Rehman, Mehwish Hayat and Zara Noor Abbas, Chhalawa will have you grooving for sure! Plus, the outfits and settings are up to the mark too!
4. Desan Da Raja (Sohni Kuri) – Komal Rizvi & Qurram Hussain
Dear Jemima, you’ll find this one on almost all Pakistani wedding playlist! It’s quite a dance number for brides. We mean, can you blame them? This remake might be one of the best remakes. What’s your take?
5. Gagar – Umair Jaswal (VELO Sound Station)
Had you up and dancing the first time, didn’t it? The power, the energy is something on a whole new level! Umair Jaswal really knows how to pump us up!
6. Billo Hai – Sahara feat Manj Musik & Nindy Kaur (Parchi)
7. Aya Lariye – Shuja Haider, Aima Baig, Naeem Abbas Rufi (JPNA 2)
As much as we love the Coke Studio version, this one, however, vibes better for weddings. Plus this one counts as more contemporary. What do you think?
8. Balley Balley – Harshdeep Kaur and Shiraz Uppal (Bin Roye)
Remember when this was THE song and it played everywhere? Don’t get me wrong, I loved it too! Best mehendi songs these days! Cute, simple and up to the mark. Harshdeep Kaur and Shiraz Uppal did an amazing job, oh and the performance by Mahira and Adeel was perfect too!
9. Billo De Ghar – Abrar Ul Haq (Remix by Shayaan Shahid Sheikh)
Billo De Ghar was a banger then, during our parents‘ times and even now! That’s what my dear readers, you call an evergreen song!
Hmm, but this tweet had us wondering if it’s contemporary pop or no. What do you think?
10. Ik Pal – Hadiqa Kiani, Harshdeep Kaur, Suhas Sawant (Parey Hut Love)
Traditional Punjabi, with the touch of contemporary music sounds so pleasing to the ears as Twitter suggests, yes 10/10 would recommend this as a pop contemporary wedding song!
Our thoughts too!
Yes, maybe Larsha Pekhawar or Bibi Shirine would do too!
This was fun. While we pieced it all together, we were jamming to some of those for sure so, Twitter never disappoints, count on it for hitting the right notes!
What would you recommend Jemima? Let us know!