Monsoon in India plays very Important Role.The monsoon season is a blessing for the farmers across the country as well as for agriculture During the monsoon the fields, crops, trees and plants come alive. The whole of nature comes to life in a 'sea of green' during the monsoons. No single event is more important to India than the coming of the monsoon It is depicted in all of our literature and songs. It is the inspiration for half of our poetry and ragas Indian Film Industry can not be left behind,lot of songs and scenes are created by our Dream merchants..Monsoon in Hindi Cinema spells magic, romance, intensity, drama or poetry. Its interpretation varies from context to context resulting in assorted vistas and multiple dimensions of the same. This incredible variety makes it one of the most breathtaking props of storytelling or to showcase the larger-than-life component of cinema.
Rains play quite an important role in movies. They help create scenes expressing a variety of emotions; from romance to pure mischief! Rains represent many things to people in the subcontinent.
The rains are synonymous to romance and form the perfect backdrop for any love-related situation, from sweet confessions of love to the sensuous coming together of two soul mates. And this is not a new found trend, but a ritual that has been practised over the years and never failed audiences and filmmakers alike. Pick up any popular love song and you will see the rains play a crucial role in intensifying the moments of romance and adding to the sizzling chemistry
The Monsoon season in India lasts for 3-4 months in India, Saawan and Bhaadon the Hindi months come during this period,there are plenty of songs based on ‘Sawan’ itself and that one can even overlook the Baarish/Barsaat/Kaali Ghataa/Megh/Badal or Badariya songs if one has to make a compilation and that’s what I am going on to in this post. The idea is also to relate to and connect to most of the songs that I will be mentioning over here,I am starting from 1940s onward.
Bandhan”(1940) was directed by N R Acharya for Bombay Talkies, Bombay. The movie had Leela Chitnis, Ashok Kumar, v H Desai, P F Pithawala, Shahnawaz, Suresh, Arun Kumar Mukherji etc in it.
This is a topical song as it is about the arrival of Saawan. Only Audio of this song is available. Leela Chitnis is the singer. Pradeep is the lyricist. This song is composed by Saraswati Devi.