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WEDDING SONGS

1. HULCHUL HUWA (AAJA NACHLAY)

2. PEHLI NAZAR MAIN (RACE)

3. MERAY HATHOON MAIN (FANAA)

4. TERE ORE (SINGH IS KING)

5. DULHA MIL GAYA (DULHA MIL GAYA)

6. PEE LOON (ONCE UPON A TIME IN MUMBAI)

7. BABA KI RANI HOON (APKO PEHLE BI KAHIN DEKHA HAI)

8. TUM JO AAYE (ONCE UPON A TIME IN MUMBAI)

9. TARA RA RUM PUM (TARA RA RUM PUM) remember to delete the middle part where they talk

10. SILSILA YE CHAHAT KA (DEVDAS) BRIDE HOLUD

11. YEH ISHQ HAI (JAB WE MET)

12. KABAR NEHI (DOSTANA) BRIDE GROOM

13. JEE LE (U ME AUR HUM) TOGETHER

14. AAB TO FOREEVER (TARA RUM PUM) TOGETHER

15. AAHISTA AAHISTA (BACHNA AE HASEENO)

16. TUMHEIN JO MAINE DEKHA (MAIN HOON NA)

17. MAIN AGAR KAHO (OM SHANTI OM)

18. JANAY KYUN (DOSTANA) BRIDEGROOM HOLUD

19. TUM SE HI (JAB WE MET)

20. BIN TERE KYA (WHO LAMHE)

21. HAR TARAF TU HI DIKHE (RISTAAY)

22. BAHARA (I HATE LUV STORY)

23. TUM MILAY (TUM MILAY)

24. TU JANAY NA (AJAB PREM KI GAJAB KAHANI)

25. TU HI HAQEEQAT (TUM MILE)

26. DIL IBADAT (TUM MILE)

27. TERA HONAY LAGA HOON (AJAB PREM KI GAJAB KAHANI)

28. BAKUDA TUM HOON (KISMET)

29. MUJHE TERI AAKON MEIN (PAATSHALA)

30. MEHENDI LAGA KAY RAKNA (DDLG- REMIX)

31. SAJAN SAJAN (ARZOO - REMIX)

32. HONE LAGA (KUCH TO HAI)

33. SAJAN JI GHAR AYE (KUCH KUCH HOTA HAI)

34. JOGI MAHI (BACHNA AE HASEENA)

35. ISHQ NE TERE ISHQ NE (AISTHA AISTHA)

36. MEHENDI LAGAOON GI MEIN (VIBHA SHARMA ALYSSIA)

37. AAO NA (KYON HOGAYA NA)

38. MEHENDI HAI RACHNAY WALI (ZUBAIDA)

39. DULHAY KA SEHRA (DADHKAN)

40. AYE AAP KA INTEZAR THA (VIJAYPATH)

41. MUBARAK MUBARAK (MAINAY BHI PYAR KIYA)

42. AAJ HAI SAGAI (PYAR TO HONA HI THA)

43. SAJAN KI GHAR JANA HAI (LAJJA)

44. BIN TERE KYA HAI JEENA ( WHO LAMHE)

45. SUNA SUNA LAMHA LAMHA (KRISHNA COTTAGE) BRIDE HOLUD

46. HUM TUM (TITLE TRACK)

47. MERAY JEEVAN SATHI (TITLE TRACK) BRIDEGROOM

48. AUR TUM AYE (DOSTI)

49. TENU LEKE (SALAAM E ISHQ)

50. BAS EK PAL (TITLE TRACK)

51. MORE GARIE (ASHNIE)

52. JAB KABHI (ALI EHTISHAM- PAKISTANI) GROOM

53. JAB KABHI (36 CHINA TOWN) GROOM

54. BOLIYAAN (ALOO CHAAT)

55. DIN SHAGNA DA CHADYA – WHEN BRIDE ENTERS THE CENTER DURING WEDDING OR HOLUD

56. KAL HO NA HO – INSTRUMENTAL – SHASHANK- DURING MY BIDDAI

57. DULHE RAJA

58. JOGI MAHI (BACHNA AE HASEENO)

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