Songs to the grove for groom squad on his d-day

Wedding is a fun season which is filled with fun and frolic. It is a great deal of celebration—a reunion of two souls and family, gala time with relatives, and many more. One thing which we have always come across is that the brie squad is always the point of attraction. Hence to make the groom squad shine, we are here with some of the peppiest Indian numbers to groove so that you get all your deserved attention.


Kala Chashma –

Kala Chashma from Baar Baar Dekho is a perfect song for beginners to experts to put some steps together. The groovy number has been on top of the charts even today. This not only brings the vibe but also gets your audience’s feet tapping. Try out this number for your wedding groom squad.

Tumse Milke Dilka Jo Haal –

Tumse Milke Dilka Jo Haal from Main Hoon Na is a dance number that you cannot rule out if you are a Shahrukh fan. Praising the bride and dancing to the tunes will get the whole crowd to go crazy. Also always trying a vintage number will melt the hearts of all seniors.

Cutiepie –

Cutiepie from Ae Dil Hai Mushkil is one of the most preferred songs for a perfect bachelorette party. The lyrics, the tune, the beats, and everything makes this a perfect song to the grove for the groom squad. This Ranbir number cannot be missed for sure.

Ramuloo Ramulaa.. –

Ramuloo Ramulaa.. from #AlaVaikunthapuramloo is an Allu Arjun number wherein the Tollywood essence can be bought to the dance floor. With this ravishing fast number, the squad can set the dance floor on fire. Even the girls’ squad too can join but whatsoever it will be the boys who are gonna rock.

Adipoli –

Adipoli is a Tamil album that is a perfect choice for a wedding venue dance number. This song had already won the hearts of many through Instagram reels and various social media. With its dappankuthu beats and frenetic dance moves, this inclusion is going to win the hearts of many.

Aathangara Orathil –

Aathangara Orathil from Yaan is Jeeva’s number that was the most viral Tamil song on Instagram reels. This song is a must-one for any marriage function. It really sets in the mood for the wedding and will make you dance to the next big viral thing on the internet.

Super Machi –

Super Machi from S/o Sathyamurthy is all about bringing in the village side Indian authentic wedding, this song sets the perfect mood for it. Trying the folklore style of dancing and also having your relatives break a leg in this super duper hit dance number, this song is a hidden gem to be included in your groove squad songs.

Jillam Jillalla –

Jillam Jillalla from Honey Bee 2 is a wedding song wherein it celebrates the reunion of two people. The song sets up the mood for the best wedding with suitable beats and also have been a household song for any marriage at a Malayali house. It is also being embraced by several other cultures and included in their wedding list of songs.

Karabu –

This song is a definite male suitable song wherein it gives total goosebumps to its audience when you dance to its beats. The song can be performed to welcome the groom to pretty much have a mass entry. This will create an impact that will last a lifetime and you guys will be the start of the wedding.

Thudakkam Mangalyaa –

Thudakkam Mangalyam from Bangalore Days is a must-add song. We all know how this song stole our hearts when it had come out. Ever since this song has been officially making an appearance at every social event. This marriage song depicts the love and celebration cousins go through and hey boy cousins, it’s your time to shine.

Ra Ra Rakkamma  –

Ra Ra Rakkamma from Vikranthrona is the current trend sensation. Since the time it came out, it has been buzzing in everybody’s minds trying everyone to put in their dance steps. This song must be added to your groom squad dance list to have a swag vibe.

Maahi Ve –

Maahi ve from Kal Ho Na Ho would have been the manifestation of wedding dances. The movie was a revolution along with its peppy numbers. This song can be added to your groom squad as a final touch and end it with great applause.