Top 5 Most Romantic Bollywood Punjabi Songs: The Soulful Panjabi Tracks

When you are in the mood to groove, what do you do? Head over to listen to Punjabi songs. No matter which is your favorite genre, you always end up listening to Punjabi songs. Be it groovy music, sad, happy or romantic songs, Punjabi Songs always helps to get your mood right. After ruling the North India charts for a long time with old Punjabi Songs, they are here in Bollywood to stay here for a longer time. The directors and producers all over the film industry are using slow romantic Punjabi songs to mesmerize the audiences these days. We today, present you with the most romantic Bollywood Punjabi songs.

Top 5 Most Romantic Bollywood Punjabi Songs

Punjabi Bollywood songs are always filled with true flavor and melody. The beats, the bass, the drum, just everything is awesome and one can even shake the booty on Punjabi grooves. Here is the list of best Punjabi songs in Bollywood.

‘Samjhawan’ from Humpty Sharma ki Dulhania

Varun Dhawan and Alia Bhatt - Samjhawan from Humpty Sharma ki DulhaniaOne of the most loved songs over the years in Bollywood is ‘Samjhawan’. The song is re-created by Sharib-Toshi and is sung by Arijit Singh and Shreya Ghosal. The hit song picturized on Alia Bhatt and Varun Dhawan is a Hindi remake of the original song by the same name from Rahat Fateh Ali Khan. Besides, an unplugged version of the same song sung by Alia Bhatt herself is also available across the internet.

Soch Na Sake from Airlift

Akshay Kumar and Nimrat Kaur - Soch Na Sake from AirliftAmaal Malik composed this beautiful song from the movie ‘Airlift’ in the same tune to its original source ‘Soch’ by the famous Punjabi singer Hardy Sandhu. The lyrics for the song are provided by Kumaar and are melodiously sung by Arijit Singh, Tulsi Kumar and Amaal Mallik himself. The song is picturized on Akshay Kumar and Nimrat Kaur and the movie was based on the incident when Indian Airlines helped to Airlift 178000 thousand stranded Indians caught in the invasion of Kuwait by Iraq.

Tere Bin Sanu Soniya from Delhii Heights

Neha Dhupia and Jimmy Shergill - Tere Bin Sanu Soniya from Delhi Heights‘Tere Bin’ was one of the most loved top Punjabi songs in a Bollywood movie. The versatile Pop, Punjabi, Rock, and Sufi singer delivered a heartfelt song for the movie ‘Delhi Heights’ which is still afresh in the mind of many songs lovers. The movie picturized on Jimmy Shergill, Neha Dhupia, and Om Puri among others provided Rabbi Shergill to make his debut as a music director and he delivered a masterclass including the famous song ‘Tere Bin Sanu Soniya’.

Ikk Kudi from Udta Punjab

Alia Bhatt - Ikk Kudi from Udta Punjab‘Udta Punjab’ is one of the most anticipated movies of the year 2016. With the star cast including Kareena Kapoor Khan, Shahid Kapur, Alia Bhatt and Diljit Dosanjh in lead roles. One particular song ‘Ikk Kudi’ from the movie has captivated the mind of song lovers. Sung by a newcomer of that time Shahid Mallya with music composed by Amit Trivedi and lyrics by Shiv Kumar Batalvi and Varun Grover, ‘Ikk Kudi’ is leading the sound charts across the country since the day it was released.

Oo Soniye Tera Mera Sath from Titto MBA

Pragya Jaiswal and Nishant Dahiya - Oo Soniye Tera Mera Sath from Titto MBA‘Titto MBA’ is a comic filled movie which was highly acknowledged by the audiences’ despite being a small budget film. One of the popular romantic Bollywood songs in the movie was ‘Oo Soniye’ which was a hit among the younger generation being a simple but melodious song. The song was sung by Arijit Singh and Vibha Sharaf with the lyrics written by Surabhi Dashputra and was very much loved by everyone in the film industry and audience alike.


Panjabi Songs are the go to things for every mood you are in. Either to cheer you up or to make a romantic setting for a perfect night, Punjabi songs will always be there to lighten you up. Today, we provided you with the list of the top 5 latest Punjabi Songs to complete your audio playlist.

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