So Monsoon has officially started. This season brings joy and greenery together. The earthy smell of a ground, cool breeze and whole nature drenched in a rain. Everyone has a different plans this season. Some want to go on trekking, and adventure to witness a raw beauty of a nature a, Some wants to reach office in time, some want to roam with their partners (I can feel you Singles), Or some just want to have hot cup of coffee, and a warm blanket (like I am in right now).
In this relaxing season we naturally tend to sing and feel the song. Everyone is in a happy mood. Pour brings out an emotions and what a better way to express it than beautiful songs. Though music is a really personal choice but I am sure you people are going to like these melodies.
Evergreen monsoon songs
1. Ek ladki Bheegi bhaagi si (Chalti ka naam gaadi 1958)
S. D. Burman one of the hits sang by legendary Kishore Kumar with madhubala and himself in a song. What more do you want? It raining endlessly and car breaks down, a beautiful lady comes out of a car. Kishore kumar is at his best to with his funny actions and mischief. This song is a synonym to a rain in India.
2. Aaj Rapat (Namak Halal 1982)
We just cant get over this song. Amitabh and one of the finest actress ever lived Smita Patil. Chemistry these two share in this song is impeccable. Composed by Bappi Lehri and sang by Kishore kumar and Asha Bhosle this song is sure to listen song in a rain.
3. Tip Tip Barsa (Mohra 1994)
90s sizzling item number is one of the iconic song till date. Khiladi Kumar and sensational Raveena tondon creates the fire in rain (You can call it Bollowoods song of Ice and Fire). Viju Shahs music to with Udit Narayan and Alka Yagnik voice.
4. Who lamhe (Zeher 2005)
You can disagree, but we all know this was a huge hit of its time. This song had topped the charts and hearts of an audience. With Atif aslam mesmerising voice and Mithoon, Naresh Sharma, and Jal band, trust me this is the best song you will listen in rain.
5. Barso Re Mega Megha (Guru 2007)
Music maestro A .R. Rehman with legendary witer gulzaar this song is one of the dynamic hits. This foot tapping musical piece has Aishwarya Rai freely playing around in soaked green village. This is one of the bigger hits given by singer Shreya Ghoshal.
6. Ghanan Ghanan (Lagaan 2001)
This song does not only change the life of drought-stricken farmers, but ours also. A. R. Rehman composition, Javed Akhtar lyrics with Alka yagnik, Udit Narayan and Sukhwinder Singh voice this song is close to heart of a every Indian.
7. Baarish (Half girlfriend 2017)
The song you must be all waiting to come. Melodious voice of Ash king with Shashaa Tirupati. Baarish is on top list of young listeners. Tanish Bagchi has managed to creat a spell bound music in this track of Half Girlfriend movie.
8. Baarish (Yaariyan 2014)
Commonly known as iss dard e dil ki sifarish, this song from Yaariyan has whole another fan base. Strong yet still chemistry of Himashu & Rukul mesmerize you through a song. Sang by Mohd. Irfan, and Gajendra verma Baarish is must have on list song from this era.
9. Paani da Rang (Vicky Donor 2012)
Composed and performed by Heartthrob Ayushman khurana has described rain perfectly in this song. Audience has loved everything about this song including Yami Gautams dimple. Thank you Aushman for such a wonderful song.
10. Koi Ladki Hai (Dil Toh Pagal Hai 1997)
Belive it or not we all have bounce our feet a little every time this song has played. Composed by Uttam Singh and sung by Lata mangeshkar and udit Narayan Koi ladki hai brings out the child of every one of us to do CHAK DHOOM DHOOM. Nursery poem like lyrics and simple choreography performed by SRK and Madhuri Koi Ladki Hai is evergreen rain song.
There are more thousands of rain song in Bollywood to listen, apart from this list. Just don’t foget a hot Tea and GARAM PAKODA to go with it. There are also songs like Mitti di khooshoo and Pyaar hua Ikraar Hua to listen. If you have any favourite rain song then please do comment. Would love to know your favourite songs.
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