Best Parents Entrance Songs Indian Wedding
Updated: Oct 3, 2019
Entrance songs at Indian weddings are as much for your family as they are for you.
And why not?
Your parents brought you into this world and are the reason you're here today, and their entrance is a celebration of their life and yours.
So let's bring them into your shaadi reception in style!
A good Indian wedding entrance song for parents is
usually one that's in Hindi or other Indian languages,
evokes emotion yet celebration
and can set the tone for your entire reception!
So what are the best entrance songs for parents at an Indian wedding? As of September 2019:
Shaam Shaandaar - Shaandaar
Gallan Goodiyan - Dil Dhadakne Do
Maahi Ve - Kal Ho Naa Ho
Deewangi - Om Shanti Om
Mauja Hi Mauja - Jab We Met
Shava Shava - Khabi Khushi Khabi Gham
Rock n Roll Soniya - Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna
Navrai Maajhi - English Vinglish
Disco Disco - A Gentleman
Dil Chori - Sonu Ke Titu Sweety
Plus 6 more below.
Lets list each track out individually and why it's a good song for your Big Fat Indian wedding's parent entrance!
1. Shaam Shaandaar - Shaandaar
Bow down your head and let's all salute this wonderful evening!
Love how the dhol starts in this track and then builds into the light EDM flare. Great for high energy entrances with a tiny bit of build up as the emcee hypes up your crowd!
2. Gallan Goodiyan - Dil Dhadakne Do
The heart says I'll go and get the whole universe, the moon and the stars!
Although I didn't enjoy this movie that much it was quite fun and had a great soundtrack. This song proves it. Your dad will probably feel like king of the castle as Anil is doing so here.
3.Maahi Ve - Kal Ho Naa Ho
That's the way...Maahi Ve!
This song isn't super fast, but it's a chest thumping sort of beat and great for entrances because it's not too fast nor too slow. From a classic evergreen time period in Bollywood about twenty plus years ago.
4. Deewangi - Om Shanti Om
Look this evening is full of madness, slowly it may turn into a story...
A great movie from 2007 had this great song which you may enjoy, all about the glitz and glam that is Bollywood.