No celebration is complete without a proper romp on the dancefloor. It’s why our weddings, parties, birthdays all reach a point where everyone gathered just telepathically agrees that it’s time to let their hair down and bust out the moves while this year’s biggest hits blare out over the loudspeaker.

And 2017 has been a great year for dance music. These are the hits you should have on your playlist if you’re planning on throwing a cracker of a Diwali party.

Bom Diggy, Zack Knight x Jasmin Walia

This Indian item number has gone international.

Hawa Hawa, Mubarakan

The first of many remakes of classic Hindi film songs is one track you’ll definitely find yourself grooving to.

Suit Suit, Hindi Medium

It’s happened – the ‘very serious actor Irrfan Khan’ is finally making regular appearances in Bollywood dance numbers.

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Lift Teri Bandh Hai, Judwaa 2

Judwaa 2 may have been panned by almost everyone, but that doesn’t mean that the film doesn’t have any dance-worthy tracks.

Move Your Lakk, Noor

Diljit Dosanjh and Badshah on one track is pretty much the epitome of foot tapping music – and if there’s one thing the Punjabis have nailed down, it’s the art of the dance song.

Main Tera Boyfriend, Raabta

Are you tired of all the blatant objectification of women in Bollywood dance numbers? Well, this song certainly turns things around.

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Galti Se Mistake, Jagga Jasoos

Okay, we concede that seeing Ranbir Kapoor play the role of a schoolboy is ridiculous, but this track is an ode to everything we did while we were young and foolish.

Cheez Badi, Machine

The remixes of old hit songs fly thick and fast in 2017, but we’ll be damned if we say this one isn’t fun to dance to.

Tamma Tamma Again, Badrinath Ki Dulhania

The classic song gets a makeover and proves that it holds up very well after all these years.

The Humma Song, OK Jaanu

That’s it, we’re done here, pack it up and head to the dancefloor – 2017 truly is the year of the remix.

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