The Top 10 Bollywood Dance Songs For
Your Kids

The Top 10 Bollywood Dance Songs For
Your Kids

People tend to think the best Hindi songs for their kids, are songs about kids or songs featuring kids.

Songs like “Lakdi Ki Kathi” or “Bum Bum Bole.”

But what about fun, catchy songs that will make your kids want to get up and dance?

If you want to introduce your kids to some Hindi music, but don’t know where to start. OR if you want your kids to learn some popular, cool, and fun Hindi songs for your next trip to India — this is a great place to start.

Let’s not forget that we desis love to talk “Bollywood” — so knowing some good Bollywood songs can go a long way to help bond with cousins and friends.

They’ll even learn some new Hindi words!

So without further delay, here is a list of 10 fun Hindi songs for your kids.

The songs are upbeat (appropriate) and catchy!

You can also find this list as a SAAVN playlist HERE.

#1. Baby Ko Bass Pasand Hai

bollywood songs for kids

Salman Khan, dances in full form in this HUGE hit from 2016. If you’re attending a wedding this year, you’ll definitely hear it on the dance floor!  

Is the video appropriate for kids?: Yes. Salman Khan’s dancing is fun to watch, and even a bit silly.

Key Learning Words:

     Pasand = like (to find agreeable)
     Baby ko bass pasand hai = baby likes bass
     Akhiyaan = eyes
     Bole = say
     AnpaR = uneducated
     Baithe-Baithe = while I was sitting
     Nache = dance
     Tej = loud

#2. Dance Pe Chance

Dance Pe Chance Top Bollywood Songs For Kids

This song, from the movie “Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi” with Shah Rukh & then newcomer Anushka Sharma is a real show stopper. The lyrics actually give you built-in choreography – what more could you ask for?

Is the video appropriate for kids?: Yes. Your kids can even pick up some steps by watching the video.

Key Learning Words:

     Aage = in front
     Peeche = behind
     Yaara = friend
     Sar = head
     Ghooma-le = spin
     Per = feet
     Banda  = man
     Haath = hand

#3. Kala Chashma



Another chart-buster, if they haven’t already, your child will hear this song at every Indian event, they go to. Despite having many Punjabi lyrics (as many Bollywood dance songs do), this song also has some Hindi words your child can learn!

Is the video appropriate for kids?: Mostly yes – but Katrina Kaif’s clothes might be a bit too revealing for the cautious parent. Might have to turn to the SAAVN playlist for this one.

Key Learning Words:

     Kala = Black
     Chashma = glasses/sunglasses
     Jachta = looks great
     Gore = fair skinned
     Mukhada = face

#4. Pretty Woman

Pretty Woman - Top Bollywood Songs For Kids

A classic song from “Kal Ho Na Ho”(2003) where Shah Rukh sings a Hindi version of the American song by the same name. The song is so eclectic and delightfully upbeat that you will be able to listen to it over and over.

Is the video appropriate for kids?: Yes. Based in the US, this video has a “block party” feel.

Key Learning Words:

     Dekho/ Dekha = look/ saw
     Abhi = now
     Kaun = who
     Anjani = stranger (woman)
     Sochoo = I think
     Kehedoo = I say
     Kali  = flower bud
     Kiran = sun-light
     Tum bhi kaho = you also say

#5. Kar Gayi Chull

Kar Gayi Chul -- Top Bollywood Songs For Kids

This song has a killer beat and has some English in it to help your kids sing-along. The meaning of this song is a bit vague (and random), so don’t worry too much about explaining any overarching theme to your child.

Is the video appropriate for kids?: Partially – shows some drinking, but otherwise great!

Key Learning Words:

     LaRki = girl (The capital "R" is a half "r" and half "d" sound)
     Chull = electric shock (in Punjabi)
     Naach = dance
     Dilli = Delhi
     Landan = London
     Matak = dancing with swag;)
     Raveena Tandon = name of an actress from the 90s

#6. Ban Ja Tu Meri Rani

Ban Ja Tu - Bollywood Songs For Kids

The newest song on this list, this song is not super fast, but still catchy and will make you want to sway to the music! The lyrics are slower and easier to pick up.

Is the video appropriate for kids: Partially. There are some light “romantic” parts in the second half of the video. Here is a link to the SAAVN playlist, just in case!

Key Learning Words:

     Ban ja = become
     Tu = you
     Meri = my
     Rani = queen
     Mahal = palace
     Taj = crown

#7. Galti Se Mistake

Galti Se Mistake -- Bollywood Songs For Kids 

Your kids will love watching a playful Ranbir Kapoor dancing to this song. The song is cute too, quite literally meaning “mistake by mistake.”

Is the video appropriate for kids: Yes, absolutely. Might be a fun one to put on in the background!

Key Learning Words:

     Gaari = car
     Galti = mistake
     Umar = age
     Pyaare = sweetheart

#8. Chittiyaan Kalaiyaan

Chittiyaan Kalaiyaan - Top Bollywood Songs For Kids

A popular song from the 2015 movie, Roy, features Jacqueline Fernandez in Europe dancing in the street with locals. The song has some English rapping in it too! Your kids will definitely be singing this one for a while.

Is the video appropriate for kids: Yes. It showcases some simple group dancing. Very PG!

Key Learning Words:

     Chittiyaan = fair-skinned
     Kalaiyaan = wrists
     Jhoomke = earrings
     Chum = kiss
     Shopping karaa de = take me shopping
     Picture dikhaa de = show me a movie

#9. Mahi Ve

Mahi Ve - Top Bollywood Songs For Kids

Another song from Kal Ho Na Ho, and this one is equally as catchy and fun. Set at a wedding-like event – this song has been played at weddings for 10+ years!

Is the video appropriate for kids: Yes. Even years later, the outfits are gorgeous and SRK is at his best.

Key Learning Words:

     Matha = head
     Kaano = ears
     Chamke = sparkles
     Mahi = Sweetheart, love (definition varies)
     Haathon = hands
     Kangana = bracelet
     Pairon = feet
     Naino = eyes
     Soni = beautiful (Punjabi)
     Aaja = come

#10. Batameez Dil

Batameez Dil - Top Bollywood Songs For Kids

From one of the best music albums in the past 5 years – Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani – this song was the top of the charts for years. The video is fantastic with all the colors and lavishness you expect from a Bollywood song. Many of the lyrics go by so fast (rap-style) that they might be hard to catch. Either way, I highlighted some key words that might stand out and their meaning.

Is the video appropriate for kids: Yes. A colorful and entertaining, true-Bollywood music video. Must watch!

Key Learning Words:

     Batameez = misbehaved
     Dil = heart
     Maane na = doesn’t listen
     Muka = punch


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