Be it any season, Summer, Rainy Season or Winter, Sensitive souls are always excited to welcome the new season. Those who love food, welcome different seasons with suitable food choices, the choice of clothing changes as per the season and  some people change their song preferences too. We are glad to be a part of Growing With Nemit and Tuggu and Mommy authors Neha and Gunjan. It has made us a part of their blogging journey with this birthday celebration. Monsoon and melodies have something in common. Both are soothing in their own way. Even if it is not monsoon, the rain songs are sure to make someone feel good. As you listen to these songs, they transcend you to a different world. Through songs we can relive the forgotten moments and what is the best occasion than the first shower of rains.

Sawan Barse Tarse Dil: 

One of the most iconic songs of 90s. It was in the list of most of us while we were in college. The movie is easily forgotten but the song stays relevant to date. Sonali Bendre and Akshaye Khanna have just set the screen on fire with their expressions. Sawan Barse Tarse Dil is my favourite monsoon song.

Tip Tip Barsa paani: 

Tip Tip Barsa paani has the true combination of everything Swag. Ravishing Ravina Tandon slays. Akshay Kumar is not a great sight in the song though. I love the way it is sung by Alka Yagnik and Udit Narayan. This song can be considered as Epic song of Bollywood with all the quintessential Latkas and Jhatkas.

Megha Re Megha : 

Starts with melodious voice of Lata Mangeshkar, this song is packed with Sridevi’s expressions and her dance. She looks beautiful wearing maroon colour Ghagra Choli. This look is one of Sridevi’s iconic look in my opinion. Lamhe is Yash Chopra’s most underrated movie till date I feel.

Tal Se Taal Mila: 

Amazing backdrop of Chamba, Aishwarya in white chudidar and incessant rains..this is Tal se Taal mila song for you. AR Rahman’s music is the icing on the cake. These were the times when people were huge fans of Rahman’s music mixing and recording, usage of various instruments in one song to give the surround sound kind of feel. It was new to the industry then. The music was way ahead of its times.

Chham Chham Chham: 

I am not sure whether Baghi movie was hit or not, this song is a new time monsoon song for sure. Shraddha Kapoor and her dance moves wins hearts hands down. I felt the Barish dance moves little technical but never mind. We liked the music.

So grab your headphones and a cup of chai, if it is raining in your town…great..if it is not..never mind…tune in to the monsoon melody.

This blog is a part of a #BirthdayBlogTrain hosted by Gunjan Upadhyay http://tuggunmommy.com/ and Neha Sharma http://growingwithnemit.com/. Introducing Kushal of cafewhiz.com.

Thank you so much, Surbhi (www.surbhiprapanna.com) for introducing me.