SONGS FOR YOUR WEDDING PLAYLIST

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The essence and intensity  of a wedding is directly proportional to the quality of music and dance is there. To make your wedding be appreciated , make your wedding songs ready ! As I keep posting songs twice a week which could help you extend your playlist. Choosing the songs is not a very difficult task but is tough at the same time. You need to know the taste of your guests and visitors and also, you need to know the songs that suit the best! 

Here are some songs that should be on your check list!

  1. CUTIEPIE: The song from the movie ' AE DIL HAI MUSHKIL' could be on your list. The song with a Punjabi brings a lot of excitement with it. The enthusiastic beats make you dance if you don't want to. The song is quite latest and could bring joy and happiness to the wedding.
  2. BOM DIGGY : The song from the movie SONU KE TITU KI SWEETY is more like a party song but could be played in the weddings too. You hear it and you would certainly fall for it. The beats would definitely make anyone come on their feet.
  3. DIL CHORI SADA: The song from the same movie SONU KE TITU KI SWEETY is very much in the ears of everyone these days. Because of the amazing beats, lyrics and Punjabi excitement, the song has it all to be played in the wedding.
  4. CHHOTE CHHOTE PEG: Another song from the same movie, would make you fall for it. This is mandatory to be on your list. Being a latest song and an exciting one, it makes itself suitable for being played in the wedding. Do not miss out on this.
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