Filmmaker and former wife of Prime Minister Imran Khan, Jemima Goldsmith asked an interesting question on Twitter and the netizens immediately jumped in to answer that for her.
So, what was the question you ask?
She asked, “What is the best contemporary Pakistani pop song please that would play at a wedding?”
Jemima basically asked for good wedding songs, and everyone on the internet was beyond delighted to suggest some of the best ones to her. Well tbh, even I had a khujli in my hands to respond back to her Tweet, but then I was like she has enough recommendations already. So might as well, just read along.
Also, for all those people looking for some uber-cool songs to play at a wedding, you can always refer to this thread. This is a literal goldmine of amazing wedding songs I tell you.
Oh my, this song is absolute love. There was a time when 90% of the mehndis had at least one dance performance on it.
Shakar Wandhahttps://t.co/ceULQTiinS— Jibran T. Siddiqui (@jibransiddiqui) October 20, 2021
It is impossible to stop yourself from shaking a leg to this song.
Here you are princesshttps://t.co/CFtkxa5TAH— MUB4R1Z (@mubariz90gmail1) October 20, 2021
Wah, such good times when we used to listen to this one, and it still has a fresh feeling to it!
Asalam-O-Alaykum Jemima,— Muhammad Imran (@Maher1374) October 22, 2021
Try this wedding song by “Haroon”
Song is particularly about “Mehndi” but may be this song meet with your requirement, so try once.
Good luck pic.twitter.com/lCZ4nADvxU
No dholki is ever complete without this song playing in the background.
Well depends which side groom or bride!?— Maasomah Zain (@diamondzfoeva) October 22, 2021
I love this always 😃 https://t.co/lRGFFDPTN9
Zara dholki bajao goriyo….! Sorry, I couldn’t stop myself from singing along.
Yes, this one indeed has a really catchy tune and you just want to sway away with it.
I like this one… it’s only a of couple years old and very catchy tune.https://t.co/r7VSTSMp9O— Iram Sultan (@iram_sultan69) October 23, 2021
What other wedding songs would you want to share with Jemima? Write in the comments.