10 Most Romantic Bollywood Monsoon Songs

10 Most Romantic Bollywood Monsoon Songs

Monsoon and romance is perhaps the best combination ever! Come monsoons and the sea face in the city gets crowded with couples enjoying some cozy moments together. Bollywood, of course, knows how to capture these romantic moments and weave them together into dramatic sequences that turn into the most evergreen ‘nagme’ ever.

Here are the 10 most romantic Bollywood monsoon songs that are perfect for the current weather and mood.

1. Pyar Hua Ikraar Hua

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No matter how many rain songs come and go in Bollywood, ‘Pyar Hua Ikraar Hua’ will always remain the most evergreen one. This awesome track from the movie Shree 420 is so simple yet perfect that it will instantly make you fall in love. Feeling like sharing the umbrella with someone special?

2. Jo Haal Dil Ka

Jo Haal Dil Ka

‘Jo Haal Dil Ka’ from Sarfarosh is yet another romantic and melodious rain song of Bollywood. It’s not only romantic, mind you, it has got some serious appeal in it and it is sexy as hell. Sonali Bendre draped in a red sari and those wet hair, what’s not to love about it?

3. Hum Tum

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‘Hum Tum’, the title track of ‘Hum Tum’ is an absolutely melodious and romantic song. Even if we take out the raining scenes from the song, it still continues to remain one of the best Bollywood songs for the romantic song lovers. Slow and passionate with Rani Mukherjee draped in a sensuous red sari, this is a perfect song for the current weather.

4. Rimjhim Gire Saawan

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‘Rimjhim Gire Saawan’ may not a song picturized in the rains but it has got some magical lyrics that make the monsoon sound so damn romantic. We have just one word for this track- WOW!

5. Behta Hai Mann Kahin

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Yet another masterpiece and a perfect song for the current breezy, rainy and romantic weather, ‘Behta Hai Mann Kahin’ from the movie Chameli is surely a classic. The lyrics, the picturization and Kareena Kapoor’s awesome expressions; everything simply makes this song awesome and lovable.

6. Bheegi Si Bhaagi Si

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‘Bheegi Si Bhaagi Si’ from the movie Rajneeti is yet again a monsoon classic although it is not filmed in the rains. No, the actor and the actress do not dance in the rain in this track but yeah, the lyrics have everything in them to make it lovable. We bet you imagine your sweetheart bheegi si bhaagi si every time you listen to this one!

7. Ye Saazish Hai Boondon Ki

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Another one in the list is ‘Yeh Saazish Hai Boondon Ki’ from the movie Fanaa. This one’s a classic too for it’s awesome lyrics and flawless picturization. And, to add to the charm, the Aamir Khan-Kajol chemistry just weaves magic into the track.

8. Mere Khwabon Me Jo Aaye

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We may not say this is a romantic song but yeah, it will make you think about your sweetheart and miss him whether you have already met him or not. It makes one want to dance, dream and think about their better half like nothing else.

9. Baarish

Baarish

This one’s a classic from the modern times. ‘Baarish’ from the movie Yaariyan is a silent and mesmerizing track that you would absolutely love hearing in the current romantic weather. The track actually makes one fall in love with the rain.

10. Saawan Barse Tarse Dil

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Ah, this one’s everyone’s all-time-favourite! ‘Saawan Barse Tarse Dil’ has to be on your playlist if you love romantic songs and rains.

So which one’s your favourite?

Pooja Kshirsagar is a full-time Copywriter, a passionate blogger and an aspiring novelist. She believes in the power of words and loves writing entertaining stuff and opinion-based articles.

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8 Comments

  • Smeet June 21, 2016 06.15 pm

    Hum tum!! 😀

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    • Pooja Kshirsagar June 21, 2016 06.48 pm

      Smeet, I love that too!

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  • Dips - SEO June 21, 2016 06.17 pm

    “Pyar hua ikrar hua” and “Rim zim gire savan” are my favorite. Awesome collection.

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    • Pooja Kshirsagar June 21, 2016 06.48 pm

      Yes, old is gold!

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  • Aarti ranpura June 21, 2016 06.57 pm

    ye saazish hai boondo ki 😛

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    • Pooja Kshirsagar June 22, 2016 10.53 am

      Hehehehehehe…I knew yours would be unique Arti! 😛

      Reply 
  • sheetal (Halo of books) June 21, 2016 08.32 pm

    My pick is ‘Sawan barse’ and ‘rimjhim gire sawan’ <3 <3

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    • Pooja Kshirsagar June 22, 2016 10.52 am

      Actually all of them are great tracks! Rimjhim Gire is awesome! 🙂

      Reply 

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