Ganesh Chaturthi 2021: From Deva Shri Ganesha To Gajanana These 7 Bollywood Songs Will Add A Musical Touch To Your Ganapati Festival Celebration

Bollywood Ganpati songs on the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi: which can be added to your playlist

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Ganesh Chaturthi 2021: From Deva Shri Ganesha To Gajanana These 7 Bollywood Songs Will Add A Musical Touch To Your Ganapati Festival Celebration
In the Hindi film Industry, Bollywood has many songs for every festival, be it Eid, Diwali, or Navratri. Likewise, Bollywood has songs for Ganpati festival too. Ganesh Chaturthi festival is celebrated with enthusiasm and devotion in Maharashtra and especially in Mumbai.

There are so many movies with sequences around this festival. Generally, the sequences come along with songs that capture the mood of this festival to the core. We have brought some of the popular Ganpati songs that can be added to your playlist this Ganesh Chaturthi! Check Out

‘Aala Re Aala Ganesha’ from “Daddy:
Daddy is a political crime drama that features Arjun Rampal in the lead role. This movie is based on a real story of a gangster-turned-politician named Arun Gawli. This movie has a song called ‘Aala re aala Ganesha’ in the movie. The song is sung by Wajid and Sajid with lyrics of Prashant Ingole.


‘Gajanana’ from ‘Bajirao Mastani’:
This devotional song ‘Gajanana’ is sung by the popular singer Sukhwinder Singh in Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s magnum opus ‘Bajirao Mastani’. The film features Ranveer Singh, Deepika Padukone, and Priyanka Chopra in key roles. The music of this song took us back to the golden times of the Peshawa in Maharashtra. The song also has powerful beats of Dhol and taasha. This traditional aarti of Lord Ganesha has been given a dramatic twist by the composers which make this song outstanding. Lyrics are written by Prashant Ingole and music composed by Shreyas Puranik.


‘Bappa’ from ‘Banjo’:
The song from the film Banjo is picturized on Riteish Deshmukh, who plays a key role in the movie. In this song, the best part is that Lord Ganesha gets painted on the palms of Riteish. This beautiful track is created by Vishal-Shekhar and the lyrics are written by Amitabh Bhattacharya. The song is sung by Vishal Dadlani. This song has been played at many Ganpati Pandals across India every year. 


‘Jalwa’ from ‘Wanted’:
‘The most admired action film ‘Wanted’ features Salman Khan and Ayesha Takia in the key role. “Wanted” is directed by dancing superstar Prabhudheva. The foot-tapping song ‘Jalwa’ is one of the successful songs of that very year. Also, this song is very popular and played during Ganpati visarjan at a lot of places in Mumbai. This song depicts that Salman Khan is welcoming Lord Ganesha in his locality. In the song, Anil Kapoor, Govinda and Prabhudeva can be seen in a special appearance. The music is composed by the popular duo music director Sajid-Wajid and sung by Wajid. 


‘Deva Shree Ganesha’ from ‘Agneepath’:
The song ‘Deva Shree Ganesha’ is composed by the most popular duo of the music industry- Ajay-Atul. This song glorifies Lord Ganesha and is filled with all the spiritual vibes one will need for this festival. Hrithik Roshan features the lead in this film. This song of Ajay-Atul made history and turned out to be the grandest chartbusters of the year. 


‘Hey Ganraaya’ from ‘ABCD 2’:
In a very short span of time, ‘ABCD 2’s’ ‘Hey Ganraaya’ has earned huge fame and became a super hit. The music of this song is composed by the music director duo, Sachin-Jigar and sung by Divya Kumar. The lyrics of the song depict that it is a soft melody that appealed to the blessings of the Lord Ganesha. However, the song begins slow, but then it picks its pace midway with an Indian classical melody, making it the perfect track to dance on. The track is an ultimate Ganpati anthem that will make you groove this Ganesh Chaturthi!


Ganpati Aarti from Sarkar 3: 
In this song, Amitabh Bachchan's baritone voice has added a grand tone to the celebration of the Ganpati festival.  Nevertheless, the persona of his onscreen character Subhash Nagre too had its own importance for making the aarti a grand level. 



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