Beauties and booties continue to fascinate the Indians, especially the Indian lyricists. ‘Guess that’d be the only reason why we get to see the Booty-shakes on the rise. With the peppy beats and the perfect picturization, these songs have become a rage and are a repeat in discotheques. While 2013 was set ablaze with “Do the tooh” (Gori Tere Pyaar Mein!), “1 2 3 4 get on the dance floor” (Chennai Express), “Bum pe laat” (Himmatwala), 2014 is way ahead in giving the bootilicious numbers. So here’s listing the bootiful numbers of 2014 lest you miss out any.
The latest entrant in the booty numbers is ‘Bootilicous’ Gangster Baby from Action Jackson. In our view the song is not a song but raucous. It is sheer noise and gloss. However, it has booty shaking babe, Manasvi Mamgai and therefore we grant that the song a benefit of doubt.
The next up is G phaad ke from Happy Ending. This hip party number leases out shame but brings in the GenX slang. It is absolutely Govinda track where his moves get us grooving. One of our most liked dance numbers of the year.
Bum Dole, this chirpy number from Khoobsurat, is not only synonymous to Sonam’s personality but it became an instant fad. We know of the folk song from where the lyrics were picked up yet this happening number is likeable!
Many might not have heard Shake that booty from the film Balwinder Singh Famous Ho Gaya, but this number starred Sunny Leone! Like we said, read about these bootilicious numbers lest you miss on any 😉
Sometimes some things have a visual appeal that makes you want more of it, well, we certainly don’t mean otherwise, but yeah, this song from Finding Fanny has that visual edge. It is highly appealing to see celeb puppets dancing to Shake your bootiya.
The last one on this list is Pulkit Samrat and Bilal Amrohi starrer O Teri’s Butt Patlo. Believe it; even we hadn’t heard this one before accumulating tracks for this post.
This song may the last but certainly not the least ‘cuz the butt craze shall continue even in 2015. And add to all these songs the Nanga Punga Dost which affirms that our lyricists are stripping big time!