Rains, Bollywood and wet sarees

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New Delhi: A saree is sexy and a wet saree - well that's even better.

What is rain without an actress in a wet saree in Bollywood? The wetter the saree the sexier it is.

Think wet saree and the colour white automatically comes to mind. The two go together like nothing else does - though red is a serious contender.

And then there is green - the green wet saree that will make you green with envy - because not everyone can carry off a wet green saree gracefully.

Where there is a wet saree, there is bound to be an umbrella - clearly not used well enough for the Bollywood sarees tend to get pretty wet.

The umbrella makes an early guest appearance in the rain sequence but eventually changes hands so that that saree can get wet.

And if there is no one to pass the umbrella on to, Mother Nature can always oblige by helping it fly off in that one strong gust of wind.

Once the rain hits, it's clearly time for that exaggerated song and dance sequence.

But not everyone can carry off a wet saree. One needs a 'fab-a-dab' figure, the kind that one gets by doing hundred of those good old side crunches daily.

And of course, a rain sequence in a saree - how can Bollywood allow such a romantic opportunity to go by without a bit of kissing, necking and the hand on that fab-a-dab kamar?

However, sometimes there can be natural glitches to you getting wet - like no rain!

But fear not. Just walk over to the nearest waterfall - one that has plenty of rocks - perch underneath and get that wet wet feeling.

Well the fun can't last forever. The scene is over and the rain has abated and it's finally time to dry up.

Use a natural blow dryer - the wind - to dry that gorgeous saree and if that doesn't work, well just take the damn thing off!

And that's sarees for you Bollywood ishtyle.

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Its time to clear your throat and hum a rain song, for the monsoons are finally here. Although our movies can’t capture the smell of the rain- soaked soil but they do catch the pitter-patter of male hearts when a rain-drenched heroine writhes on screen. One doesn’t mind the traffic jams and waterlogged streets as rains conjure images of our filmy bheegi bhagi ladkis. Soak in our list of the sexiest and the juiciest rain songs - the ever popular song theme of Hindi films.

Mere Khwabon Mein Jo aaye - Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge

A dusky Kajol explodes on screen in a little white micro mini and knotted top ecstatically dancing in the pouring rain. ‘Mere Khwabon Mein Jo Aaye’ sung by Lata Mangeshkar in a bubbly voice and composed by Jatin-Lalit was a sprightly number, choreographed splendidly. The song captures the exuberance of Kajol who is about her dream man, frolicking first in a teensy-weensy skirt and then in a towel. She reportedly admitted that her skirt was shorter than she had expected it to be. Your fans didn’t mind Kajol

Hai Hai Yeh Majboori - Roti Kapda Aur Makaan

The sexiest of them all, Zeenat Aman trying to seduce Manoj ‘Bharat’ Kumar sounds bizarre, but what she actually did was seduce the entire nation with her ‘Hai Hai Yeh Majboori’ number. Wearing a sari with a tucked in pallu, a rain drenched Zeenie is sizzling hot in this rain soaked number. The song captures the essence of the rains, the fun, the smell of the rain soaked soil and the freshly washed flowers and leaves.

Tip Tip Barsa Paani- Mohra

Yet another seduction number and this time it was the crackling chemistry of the Raveena Tandon - Akshay Kumar pair that sends the pulse racing. Raveena Tandon in the overtly sensual rain number ‘Tip tip barsa paani’ where she is seducing the hero is super-hot. Her diaphanous yellow chiffon saree and come-hither looks do the trick this time and the result is ‘paani mein aag’ as the lyrics suggest

Kate Nahin Kat Te - Mr. India

This quintessential rain song from ‘Mr. India’ is arguably the most erotic 'wet saree’ song ever in Hindi film. A wet ’n’ wild Sridevi declares her love to an invisible Anil Kapoor in a passionate outburst. Her sensuousness in a blue chiffon saree that clings to her and the undulating dance moves make you simply go wow!

Hai Re Hai Neend Nahin Aaye - Humjoli

‘Hai re hai’ with a sweet faced Leena Chandravarkar and ‘Jumping Jack’ Jeetendra rolling in the mud was another sparkler. Though not as hot as the rest of the heroines in this list she scored high on beauty and matched Jeetender’s leg-shakes to the tee. The choreography was atrocious but suggestive a la Govinda. Needless to say, the song titillated and therefore worked.

Aaj rapat jaayein - Namak Halaal

This rain song was simply HOT! With Amitabh Bachchan serenading a dusky Smita Patil dressed in a simple saree, ‘Aaj rapat’ brought the house down every time it played in theatres.

The rain song with suggestive lyrics has a raw sensuality to it that threatens to explode whenever the two come close to each other. Their chemistry is mind-blowing.

The catchy tune of this boisterous song was composed by Bappi Lahiri.

Jo Hal Dil Ka – Sarfarosh

Sonali Bendre scorches the screen in the beautifully picturised, ‘Jo Hal Dil Ka’ number.

Clad in a red and then blue saree with a bustier she has never looked hotter than this. Her lithe body wrapped around a tree trunk or in an amorous clinch with Aamir completely changed her ‘sweet girl’ image.

Aamir too breaks away from the tough-cop look in the film and loosens up giving Sonali a passionate chase.

Megha Re Megha Lamhe

Its Sridevi again! Getting wet for the voyeuristic pleasure of Anil Kapoor in Lamhe. Her opening shot in the film is singing on a swing under a heavy downpour in a traditional Rajasthani outfit.

She is longing for her love and the rain heightens her desire to be with him. Sridevi looks enticing as always.

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