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Celebs from Rajan Shahi's shows share their favourite rain song!

Rains not only bring out our inner child, but it also fills the atmosphere with all things love. Some just love to hear the sound of the rai...

Rains not only bring out our inner child, but it also fills the atmosphere with all things love. Some just love to hear the sound of the rain, some just like to listen to their favourite rain song while sipping a hot cup of tea. So we asked the actors of Rajan Shahi's Director's Kut Productions about their favourite rain song, and here's what they had to say:

Asmita Sharma (Amma Ji aka Sumitra Singh of 'Mann Ki Awaaz Pratigya 2'): My favourite rain song is "Rimjhim gire saawan" from "Manzil". This song is very romantic. The music is so soothing and the lyrics is soul-touching.

Parvati Sehgal (Komal of 'Mann Ki Awaaz Pratigya 2'): My favourite song is "Nahi saamne" from "Taal". This is a lovely song by A. R. Rahman. He created a beautiful melody which is perfect for monsoons. This song gives me butterflies and makes my heart flutter.

Nidhi Shah (Kinjal of 'Anupamaa'): I don't have one favourite, I have quite a few. The first would be 'Tip tip barsa paani' from 'Mohra'. I love it because it is bachpan ka pehle rain song that I heard and also because Raveena Tandon looked so hot in it. Second would be 'Kabhi jo badal barse' from 'Jackpot'. I listen to this song while going to work. It reminds me of all the good moments spent with my loved one. Third is 'Ab ke sawan' by Shubha Mudgal. When you have a 7 am shift and it’s raining outside, this song really charges you up.

Alpana Buch (Baa aka Leela Shah of 'Anupamaa'): My favourite rain song is 'Bole re papihara' from 'Guddi'. I always remember this song when it's raining because this song not just explains romance in the monsoon in a poetic way but it also talks about our life where we are always searching for happiness. There is always an urge, craving and thirst for happiness, and till the time we have this thirst our life has a meaning. I am lucky to be loved by my near and dear ones, who like the rain keep me drenched in their love, care and affection. Always keep that thirst, that urge for love intact. It's this thirst that attracts the rain of love in your life.

Paras Kalnawat (Samar Shah of 'Anupamaa'): My favourite monsoon song is 'Pyaar hua ikraar hua' from 'Shree 420'. I love this song because I am an old soul, I love old songs and movies. And one of the reasons why I love it because of the way it was shot and the lyrics and music is so good. This song reminds me of the rains, it reminds me of the umbrella moment and the beautiful monsoon.

Sudhanshu Pandey (Vanraj Shah of 'Anupamaa'): I love 'Tum jo mil gaye ho' from the movie 'Hanste Zakhm'. It was picturised on Navin Nischol and Priya Rajvansh. I think it is one of the most unbelievably melodious and romantic songs ever produced and sung. If you listen to the song while driving with your partner or someone you love, I think there cannot be a better feeling of romance or an enhanced love for the monsoon season and the rain.

Muskan Bamne (Sweety aka Pakhi Shah of 'Anupamaa'): My favourite song is 'Koi ladki hai' from 'Dil To Pagal Hai'. I love this song because it just fills your heart with a different kind of energy, there is a different feel to the song, and the way it has been sung and shot is just awesome.

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