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10 Songs To Play During Your Bridal Entry That Are Not Din Shagana Da!

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I have a very strong feeling that I will be the kind of a bride who would overthink every minor detail and overwork herself to the point of exhaustion. My makeup artist will have to keep her concealer game strong for me. From the lights to the food to my wedding couture, there hardly seems any responsibility that I wouldn’t try to take up on my own, until I am forced to delegate it further for the good of people in my closest proximity. And during a time like that, when you can’t stop obsessing over every tiny detail, we have one less thing you need to worry about – that is making your entrance all grand and perfect, accompanied by the perfect song.

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Entering in on the big day of your wedding, under the taaron ki chaaon drape that is usually carried by family members or your close ones, makes the moment perfect than having the right song being played in the background. And while for 99% brides the go-to-song is Din Shagna Da, if you are from the select 1% who will roll her eyes to the point of displacing your eyeballs at the mere mention of that song, we have 10 very interesting options for you to pick from, to play while you take the first steps towards this new chapter in your life on your most special day .

Kabira Encore

The song from the hit movie Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani that had us in tears even then. This is most definitely the next best pick after Din Shagna Da because nothing captures the wedding vibe and mood more than this one with a hint of nostalgia running in with the lyrics!

Madhaniya

Sung by Neha Bhasin, there’s a version of the song that is usually played during vidaai but is also now reprised into a soulful version that is apt to play during the entry as well. This song strikes the right chords and would definitely make for a teary eyed entrance.

Heer

A subtle yet ideal song to capture the attention of the guests and make for an emotional entry, this song from Jab Tak Hain Jaan is one with the right emotions, lyrics and even the rhythm to walk to.

Tune Maari Entriyaan

This one is for the over-enthusiastic brides, who believes in going big before she goes home and would rather walk/dance to a song that celebrates her presence with this power-packed number!

Afreen Afreen

A beautiful song sung by Momina Mustehaan, one that gets us every time we listen to it.  It serves as one of the most befitting picks for the occasion, especially since it articulates the beauty of the woman so well and melodiously!

Nai Jaana

At the first glance, this song looks like a very counter productive idea to be played at the entry of the bride. But then when you really listen to it, it is one with the perfect amount of sass to be played, set the mood and be enjoyed by the families upon entry.

Raabta

Often regarded as the most romantic songs of this time, especially the female version, this song is the kind to stir your soul and give you goosebumps. Use this for your entry and you will have everybody right in the feels.

Jashn – E – Bahara

For the ones who are in for making everything about their wedding a grand affair and nothing less, this song from the movie Jodha Akbar is equal amounts eloquence and commitment, to ready both the bride and groom for what is to come next!

Ullam Paadum

This one is for the ones planning to get married in a beautiful South Indian wedding. This is a song that instills the feeling of love and new beginnings right with its first verse and chorus.

Chal Le Chal

The title of the song, speaks for itself. This is an impeccable pick to walk in on the day of your wedding. The lyrics are wholesome, and the haunting melody is the perfect backdrop as you take the next step forward to the life partner waiting at the end of the altar for you!

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