Listen to this Week’s Top 10 Tracks

Listen to this Week’s Top 10 Tracks

By Neha Jha

Mar 5, 2018  Updated On : Apr 26, 2018

Saying Goodbye to another week? Here are this week’s top 10 chartbusters. Pump up the volume now!

1.Bom Diggy Diggy

Yes, they have come on top. No, not the film one. This is the original Zack Knight and Jasmin Walia party song which is finally on top of the charts. Combining both Bollywood and Angrezi elements, people are loving it.

2.Sanu Ek Pal Chain

Rahat Fateh Ali Khan weaved magic once again with this amazing recreation of his uncle’s classic song. Picturised on Ajay Devgn and Ileana D’ Cruz in the film Raid, the song will transport you straight to the world of romance.

3.Aashiq Banaya Aapne

This recreation of Himesh Reshammiya’s 2005 hit is up on the charts. People seem to have taken to recreated works off late, and Neha Kakkar seems to be giving them just the same.

4.Dil Diyan Gallan

This romantic number was on top of the charts for long. It still is in the top 5. Atif Aslam never fails to deliver what is expected of him. Isn’t that great?

5.Chote Chote Peg

Yo Yo Honey Singh is back with a bang and Neha Kakkar has joined him. The party song or wedding song is high on everybody’s playlist for bachelor’s or bachelorette’s parties. You might as well give it a try when you go drinking.

6.Dil Chori

Yo Yo Honey Singh is back with bhangra beats this time. Another party number from Sonu ke Titu ki Sweety, the film is impressing viewers and so is its music.

7.Aaj Se Teri

Ever since the release of the film PadMan, this particular song is coming on to every chart. Simple, sweet tunes coupled with Arijit Singh’s voice, this makes for a perfect wedding number. A little bit of the old world charm, the song is high on romance.

8.Swag Se Swagat

This song from Tiger Zinda Hai is still on the charts and why wouldn’t it be? The song never ceased to wow party hoppers. Vishal-Shekhar won with their composition once again.

9.Lae Dooba

This beautiful number from Aiyaary has been impressing viewers. Sung by Sunidhi Chauhan, it’s a bittersweet reminder of a beloved leaving and his remnants with us. Long overdue, the song is steadily climbing charts.


This song from Dil Junglee has a different appeal altogether. And no wonder, it is a part of the top 10 songs of the week. Sharib-Toshi and Arijit Singh have weaved magic with this simple yet sad song.

Which is your favorite???

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