2017 might have been a bad year Bollywood films at the box office where biggest of stars failed to impress the audiences, but it is certainly a great ongoing year for Bollywood music lovers. Not only did we get many remixes of our favorite 90’s numbers but also some great original music to enjoy. In fact, the YouTube views of many of the hit tracks easily crossed 100 million and there is just no stopping them. Take a look at the Bollywood songs of 2017 so that have the highest views on YouTube.
Badri Ki Dulhaniya – 299 Million – The total desi Holi number was a total refreshment to our Holi playlist and its colorful visuals were a delight to watch and enjoy.
Laila Main Laila – 231 Million – The recreated version of Laila O Laila which originally starred Helen, had Sunny Leone steam it and spice it up for the audiences to fall in love with it again.
The Humma Song – 217 Million – Ok Jannu might have failed to maintain its run at the box office, but the remixed A.R. Rahman song sure had everyone’s attention.
Tamma Tamma Again – 198 Million -The song from Badri Ki Dulhaniya along with a whiff of nostalgia was a great dance number that we got hooked to.
Cheez Badi – 152 Million – The revamped version of Akshay Kumar’s 90’s hit was the biggest highlight of the otherwise flop Machine.
Zaalima -142 Million – Shah Rukh Khan at his romantic best opposite Mahira Khan had everyone’s attention with Zaalima from Raees and was indeed refreshing to hear in the battle of remixes.
Baarish – 125 Million – Another romantic song, from Half Girlfriend that has the audiences crooning to its music this year.
Main Teri Boyfriend – 118 Million – A sizzling dance number starring Sushant Singh Rajput and Kriti Sanon who shared an incredible chemistry in this song from Raabta.
Humsafar – 103 Million – The third big hit from Badri Ki Dulhaniya, this was a slow romantic number that touched many hearts.
Mere Rashke Qamar – 100 Million – The Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan classic became a part of Ajay Devgn’s Baadshaho and was a huge hit this year.
It certainly looks like their year of remixes of 90’s songs and romantic numbers in Bollywood.