Top 7 Most Viewed Bollywood Songs Of 2017 On YouTube

Blog By riyaz  |  26-10-17

These songs had us singing all year.

#7 Laila Main Laila

#7 Laila Main Laila

2017 might have been a bad year for Bollywood films but it was a great year for Bollywood songs. These YouTube Hits show just how much our songs were appreciated.

This first song had buzz around it even before it had released. Recreating the original Laila Main Laila with the sizzling Sunny Leone. Who could possibly resist that? The song garnered over 270 million views.


#6 The Humma Song

#6 The Humma Song

OK Jaanu was the remake that looked like it could end the dry spell. It was the modern movie that would open people up to such relationships.

The Humma song definitely got its fair share of attention. It garnered over 217 million views on YouTube.


#5 Tamma Tamma Again

#5 Tamma Tamma Again

The song Tamma Tamma again was the whiff of nostalgia we all needed to end our year. And we still can't get that song out of our heads.

It has a whopping 199 million views on YouTube. But we're certain that number will continue rising.


#4 Mere Rashke Qamar

#4 Mere Rashke Qamar

The Classic by Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan was given new life through this song. This song is still on all of our lips.

It has 135 Million views and counting.


#3 Main Tera Boyfriend

#3 Main Tera Boyfriend

This sizzling dance number starring Sushant Singh Rajput and Kriti Sanon had us all grooving to its beats. They shared an incredible chemistry in this song from Raabta.

It has over 135 million views.


#2 Zaalima

#2 Zaalima

Raees was a movie that had a lot of expectations. When it did not perform as well as it was expected to, a lot of people were disappointed.

Zaalima was released before we knew how the movie would perform at the box office. The 165 million views it garnered were sheer star power.


#1 Badrinath Ki Dulhania

#1 Badrinath Ki Dulhania

The title song was released right before Holi and it hit all the right notes. The svelte Alia Bhatt and the dashing Varun Dhawan set the dance floor on fire.

With over 370 million views it's a song we still can't stop playing.








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