Top 5 Jukebox Playlists in Regional Languages

We often find solace in music in our daily lives. At some point in time, we have all gone through the ‘headphones on, world gone’ phase. With music, everything just seems to be better. Put a seasonal playlist on and even the worst summers can become the coolest ones ever! On a dreary rainy day, a romantic playlist will make you fall in love with the rains.

Music is definitely a boon to mankind, especially when one gets the opportunity to enjoy a huge variety of it. And whether you like it totally desi or absolutely international, there’s Jukebox for you. With playlists in regional languages, all you have to do is #JustPressPlay and voila!

Here’s our list of the best Jukebox playlists in regional languages:

1. Enjoy the hottest tracks.


Here’s your chance to enjoy the latest tracks in regional languages as soon as they are dropped. Enjoy music in Marathi, Tamil, Punjabi, Telugu, and Bengali and be the trendsetter in your friend circles.

2. Enjoy tracks by your favorite artists.


Are you a Parmish Verma fan? Or an AR Rahman fanatic? Either way, here’s your chance to enjoy the best of their tracks and show your undying devotion to their music. Tune in right away to get the best of Gurdas Mann, Shreya Ghoshal, Diljit Dosanjh, Arijit Singh, Jagjit Singh, and more.

3.  Enjoy music by your favorite stars.


We all have favorites in movie stars, don’t we? Here’s your chance to enjoy the best playlists of some of your adored actors, be it Thalaiva Rajinikanth, Naga Chaitanya, Ravi Teja, Rakul Preet Singh, Hansika Motwani, Allu Arjun, Mahesh Babu, Mohanlal, Nagarjuna, and more.

4. Explore mythology.


Our earliest memory of Indian mythology would be the bedside tales our grandmothers told us when we were kids. Now, you have a chance to listen to mythology playlists in various regional languages.

5. Go retro.


Here’s an opportunity to catch the best of the golden tracks that could brighten up your mood any time with specially curated playlists in various regional languages. After all, old is gold, right?