From 'Zoobi Doobi' to 'Behti Hawaa Sa Tha Woh': 3 Iconic Melodies from Rajkumar Hirani's Films, with a Monsoon backdrop

Melodies of the Monsoon: Iconic Songs from Rajkumar Hirani's Films, from 'Zoobi Doobi' to 'Behti Hawa Sa Tha Woh
Zoobi Doobi

MUMBAI: Songs play an integral role in all of our lives and Rajkumar Hirani is one such film maker who has often used songs as a narrative tool to advance the story, character development and to have an emotional impact of his films towards the audience. His films often deals with emotional themes like love, friendship and social issues. Songs serve as a powerful medium to evoke these emotions in the audience and deepen their connection with the characters and the story. Many of the memorable moments in Hirani’s films are associated with the songs. Whether it’s a poignant scene or a joyful celebration, the right song enhances the impact and leaves a lasting impression on the audience.

Hirani’s movies often feature songs that capture the essence of different seasons, including the monsoon. It is that time of the year again with heavy rains pouring down outside and you just sitting beside your window with a cup of tea or coffee. Now that the stage is set, here are five monsoon songs from Rajkumar Hirani’s movies that sings rain like none other.

1.“Zoobi Doobi” from 3 Idiots (2009)

“Zoobi Doobi” from the movie 3 Idiots is a delightful song that captures the essence of romance and joy amidst lush green landscapes, which evokes a monsoon ambience. In the song, the characters express their carefree happiness and playful affection towards each other, adding to the overall charm and appeal of the monsoon-like atmosphere. The lyrics coupled with the catchy melody and lively rhythm, further enhance the joy and celebration, making “Zoobi Doobi” a memorable musical moment in the film.

2. “Give me some sunshine” from 3 idiots (2009)

“Give me some sunshine” from the movie 3 idiots is a poignant and introspective song that reflects the aspirations, frustrations and dreams of the characters, set against the backdrop of a rainy day. In the song, the characters express their desires for freedom, success and happiness connecting with the challenges and pressures they face in pursuit of their goals. While the song may not be a traditional monsoon song in terms of its thematic focus or imagery, its introspective mood and reflective lyrics make it a fitting accompaniment to a rainy day, evoking a sense of emotion that resonates with the audience.

3.“Behti Hawaa Sa Tha Woh” from 3 idiots (2009)

“Behti Hawaa Sa Tha Woh” is a soulful and nostalgic song that reminisces about carefree days and fond memories. While the song doesn’t explicitly mention the monsoon season, its serene melody and soulful lyrics evoke a sense of calmness and reflection that could resonate with the mood of a rainy day. The lyrics, which reflect on the passage of time and the fleeting nature of youth, could also be interpreted in relation to the cyclical rhythm of the seasons, including the rejuvenation and renewal brought about by the rains.

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