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Alia Bhatt’s Let’s Nacho, Katrina Kaif’s Kala Chashma – 10 BEST party tracks that made us put on our dancing shoes in 2016

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Any New Year’s Eve party is incomplete without playing each and every single hit party track from the past year. And we have been quite lucky with 2016. There have been a bunch of dance numbers that can easily be compiled together as one non stop party playlist. Who would have thought that Kala Chashma will break records on YouTube and become the song with the most views, the fastest? Seriously there are memorable dance numbers that have come out this year.

Also, we should notice that most of the hit party tracks this year are a remake of some popular dance number – Kala Chashma, Kar Gayi Chull, High Heels, Laila Main Laila etc. But thankfully all of them have been at par with their originals. Imagine if all of them were bad! And also we have dark horses like Jhingat – that despite of being in a regional language became a massive hit across the country. We do hope that 2017 brings along more original dance numbers.

Put your dancing shoes on, and get ready to groove!

Sau Tarah Ke (Dishoom)

The song is extremely high on energy. Varun and Jacqueline’s kick ass dancing skills perfectly compliment the upbeat rhythm composed by Pritam. Sau Tarah Ke is perfect to blast through the speakers.

Baby Ko Bass Pasand Hai (Sultan)

Salman Khan teams up with Vishal Shekhar for the first time and delivers this awesome dance number with a slight Haryanvi touch to it. Salman’s quirky moves make the video delightedly watchable.

Let’s Nacho (Kapoor & Sons)

So Fawad Khan can dance as well. Let’s Nacho sung by Badshah and Benny Dayal has a catchy music and has the potential to be the party anthem. Rap by Badshah is pretty hot.

Let’s Talk About Love (Baaghi)

Tiger Shroff and Shraddha Kapoor turn on their groove for this song that almost gives you a retro vibe. The entire feel of the song is very 80’s, but revamped for 2016!

Kala Chashma (Baar Baar Dekho)

The Katrina Kaif song is still rocking the charts. It has crossed 146 million views. Whoa! You might just be able to admire the melody of this song, if you are able to get over Katrina Kaif’s fabulous abs. The song is a rehash of a popular song from the 90’s. Badshah composed this groovy dance number, and also raps. Sidharth Malhotra joins the swag party with Kat, and the two of them rock the choreography.

Nachange Saari Raat (Junooniyat)

Yami Gautam and Pulkit Samrat’s energetic dance number was the only good thing about this film. Meet Bros  have brilliantly re-composed the hit punjabi number.

Kar Gayi Chull (Kapoor & Sons)

People are still not tired of this song featuring Alia Bhatt and Sidharth Malhotra, The rap by Badshah will never get old in the song.

Haseeno Ka Deewana (Kaabil)

This remake of the hit Amitabh Bachchan song features Urvashi Rautela. It’s foot tapping, peppy and HOT. Perfect for the ladies to dance it out at the parties.

Jhingat (Sairat)

One of the finest Indian film this year also has a great music. Jhingat, composed by Atul, is one helluva peppy number. High on energy, the song is beautifully sung by Ajay Gogavale.

High Heels  (Ki and Ka)

We see Arjun Kapoor grooving in this super peppy party song wearing high heels. Meet Bros have sung and composed a brilliant number which fit to be played at any parties. But what’s a party song without Yo Yo Honey Singh, so the famous Punjabi rapper has also contributed to High Heels with a catchy rap.

So, that is Bollywoodlife’s ULTIMATE dance playlist! What songs are on your dance playlist? Tell us in comments below.

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