Tuesday, June 30, 2009
Bollywood's Best Wet And Wild Moments
Rani and Saif are friends and nothing more in Hum Tum.
But the rain tempts them into weaving a spell of fantasy involving horse-rides,
Jiah Khan drenches herself in a spray of water giving rise to illicit thoughts
Raj Kapoor and Nargis are the quintessential rain couple shyly cozying up
under a lone black umbrella in black and white streets
It’s nighttime in Mumbai, and the monsoon is out in full play. Kareena dances in the rain as a pensive Rahul Bose
sits by letting cigarette smoke add to the romance of the season.
A naïve-looking Aishwarya Rai Bachchan fondly dances in the green landscape awaiting the monsoons like a peacock.
She rides her bicycle among the fields and enjoys the feel of the season on her skin.
Dilwale Dulhania Le jayenge
An innocent Kajol builds castles in the humid air as she envisions her ideal man. She frolics and has fun
in the water in a white mini skirt that brings a girly charm to the scene.
Dil Toh Pagal Hai
ShahRukh and Madhuri dance with an entourage of little children as they deliver
matkas and jhatkas and undeniable chemistry.
Kuch Kuch Hota Hai
Running into a gazebo and starting a silent dance sequence: the stuff that Bollywood dreams are made of.
ShahRukh and Kajol create history as they start a red and black scorcher.
A bare-midriffed Sridevi shimmies in heavy rain for her invisible hero. The fountains are gushing and the duo
confesses their love for each other in a none-too-subtle love duet with Mr. India.
Sonali Bendre and Aamir Khan crooned in the rains to ‘Jo Haal Dil Ka’ and the
chemistry between the unusual pair was up for a dekko.
Shahid Kapoor and Priyanka Chopra are setting the screen ablaze with their sizzling chemistry in their upcoming movie Kaminey.
It looks like suddenly the rain songs flavour is back in Bollywood and it’s hot to be wet in the rain.