Top 10 Indian Wedding Bridal Entrance Songs

22 Jan, 2020
Choosing the right song for your wedding entrance is never easy, it’s your big day and the music you use sets the scene, the ambience, the emotion and most importantly, it captures YOU! We have put together a list of our favourite entrance songs for bridal entrance songs to help you, preview the songs in our Spotify playlist at the end of the post:

1. Niraj Chag – It’s Life

This has a lovely village wedding feel to it. The traditional and crisp music composition by Niraj Chag has enough impact to give your guests goosebumps as you walk up the aisle.

2. Deewani Mastani – Bajirao Mastani

The frantic introduction can be skipped to reach the soulful vocals of Shreya Ghoshal. This track gives your entrance a Devdas feel. Perfect to walk into with an aisle full of candles and lanterns?

3. Teri ore (lounge mix) – Singh is King

A track which has been used several times but never grows old! This is a lounge rendition of it which gives it a slightly more modern touch. Glide your way through the aisles with this classic!

4. Surili akhiyon wali – Veer

The meaning of this track makes it an instant favourite for us. Music, eyes and love all in 1 chorus! Not to forget the magical vocals of Rahat Fateh Ali Khan and Shreya Ghoshal.

5. Khudaiya Khair – Billu Barber

If you are opting for something more lively yet meaningful to walk into, this may be it! Slightly more upbeat but nevertheless it has that same shivering effect.

6. Manwa laage – Happy new year

Shreya Ghoshal’s vocals and the uplifting vocals of Arijit Singh make this one of our favourite tracks. A very pleasant, summertime entrance song!

7. Mere humsafar – All is well

This is the modern rendition of a classic. Although the vocals cannot be replicated from the original, the pace of the beat makes this perfect if you opt to have flower girls walking in prior to you.

8. Tu hai wohi (unwind mix) – Jonita Gandhi

This is an acquired taste but if you love your classics like we do, this acoustic rendition may perfectly suit your entrance. The classic vocals the older generation can relate to and the acoustics can be appreciated by the younger generation.

9. Tum jo aaye (reprise) – Once upon a time in Mumbai

Again, Rahat’s powerful vocals have us mesmerized. Beautiful and Sufi are two words that come to mind when this song is heard.

10. Maye ni maye – Hum aap ke hai kaun

I bet you didn’t expect this one! This list would not be complete without a 90’s classic. This track is only for the brave. The meaning behind this track when translated is very poetic and deep. And if that’s not enough,the trademark Hum Aap Ke Hai Kaun introduction on santoor takes us all down memory lane.


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