Top All-Time Favorite Songs of the Bhojpuri Industry

Bhojpuri songs are identified as the most energetic songs ever produced. With a unique combination of the local Bhojpuri dialect and groovy beats, Bhojpuri songs always pull you to the dance floor.

In the past couple of years, the industry has churned out some hit tracks that have been loved and appreciated by people all over the country.

Here is our list of top all-time favourite songs of the Bhojpuri industry:

  1. Lollypop Lagelu

This all time classic song sung by Pawan Singh, has garnered appreciation and popularity like no other Bhojpuri gana mp3. This song is now a staple that is played at mostly all parties and functions across North India.

  1. Raja Raja Kareja Mein Samaja

The song owes its immense popularity to the memes that made it famous overnight. Sung by Radhe Shyam Rasiya, the song is filled with funny lyrics and background music. The video of the song is not that inspiring although and is filled with brazenness. Nonetheless, the song enjoys a cult following and forces you to break into a jig every now and then.

  1. Raate Diya Buta ke

This song is one of the most viewed bhojpuri songs on youtube, with over 5 million views. Pawan Singh and Indu Sonali have rendered their voice to this song. The song is mostly popular in the regions of Jharkhand, Bihar and Eastern Uttar pradesh.

  1. Phulari Bina Chatani

Although the song was originally composed in the 1980s, it hogged the limelight when it was used in Salman Khan starred ‘Dabangg 2’. The song has been sung by Sundar Popo and background score is provided by Babla and Kanchan Music group. Babla and Kanchan have also tasted success worldwide with their music and the popularity of this song has added another feather to their cap.

  1. Lachke Kamariya Tohar

The song has been sung by the very popular Bhojpuri actor Khesari Lal yadav. It has further catapulted the enormous fame of the Bhojpuri actor.

The song was part of the movie ‘Main Sehra Band ke Aaunga’. The track is quite popular among the youth of Bihar and is often played at many functions and events.

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