From having fun with assorted pakodas with masala chai to going out for lengthy drives or simply getting drenched within the rains of Mumbai, TV actors share their recollections and what they love to do throughout monsoons.
‘Naagin 6‘ actor Simba Nagpal calls monsoon his favorite season of the 12 months and likes to play guitar or take heed to his favorite track.
As he says: “My favorite season of the 12 months is monsoon and I like rain as a result of it triggers one thing in me emotionally. I like taking part in guitar whereas I’m looking in direction of the rain- and it offers me a good looking feeling. I really feel very nice.
He recollects his preliminary go to to Mumbai and visiting Marine Drive: “It was just my third or fourth day in Mumbai and I decided to visit Marine Drive just to see how it is; because I had seen it a lot in movies. And this happened during monsoon. While I was there, I was listening to this song, ‘Ek Taara’ from the film ‘Wake Up Sid‘, with my earphones on, and I was sitting by the shore and suddenly it started raining.”
“Although I was drenched with my phone, I was engrossed in that beautiful feeling that I wanted to make it last forever,” he provides.
While actress Anjali Tatrari is keen on Mumbai’s kanda bhaji or crispy onion pakodas.
“I truly love eating onion bhajis while gazing at the Mumbai rains. In fact, everyone in my family loves the onion pakoras that I make, so every year when I am not shooting on a rainy day, I make bhajiya for everyone and we end up watching a movie together,” provides the actress who’s seen within the present ‘Tere Bina Jiya Jaye Na’.
‘Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah”s actress Sunayana Fozdar loves maize and getting drenched in rain.
“I used to enjoy getting drenched in the rain as a child just as much I do now, and I remember doing that despite of being told by my mother not to. Another thing that I enjoy during rain is going on long drives and eating corncobs.”
On the opposite hand, Aishwarya Sharma just isn’t a fan of monsoon however after all she likes the cool breeze and the earthy odor.
“I’m not particularly a fan of monsoon. But when it rains there’s this unique scent of soil which is absolutely enchanting. When it rains for the first time, the first thing I do is go out and take in that earthy scent.”
Later she shares how she and her husband and actor Neil Bhatt exit for lengthy drive.
“Although we both sometimes enjoy the drive when it rains, Neil is fan and he loves jogging in the rain but I don’t. It’s just my opinion. We’re all on set for most of the day, and it rains like cats and dogs but we do not have much time to go out and appreciate monsoon,” shares the ‘Ghum Hai Kisikey Pyaar Meiin’ actress.
Cezanne Khan just lately seen in ‘Appnapan’ shares: “I’m a romantic particular person and so monsoons for me will all the time be rose tinted. Add on to that the attraction of the town of Mumbai and its simply as excellent as a cup of chai and a few pakodas on the aspect.
He reminisces: “The earliest memories I have of the rains is just dancing in heavy pouring rain and my dear mother scolding us for getting wet and catching a cold. I love shooting and in the midst of that the soft pattering of the rain drops on our set.”
Krishna Kaul of ‘Kumkum Bhagya’ just isn’t so keen on the chaos created in Mumbai due to rains. The actor says that this time he’s capturing for a rain sequence within the present.
“While the Monsoon season creates a lot of chaos in Mumbai, I personally love rain. Every year, I make it a point to get drenched, but this year, for the first time, I was being paid to get wet in the rain. This was because we shot a rain sequence for ‘Kumkum Bhagya’, and I must say that it was truly a fun shoot,” he concludes.