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Posted at: Jul 12, 2018, 1:05 AM; last updated: Jul 12, 2018, 1:05 AM (IST)

Monsoon magic

Even though rain is making things difficult for Mumbaikars, there is no denying that monsoon is a much-loved season. Television actors share their fondest memories of the season

On the road

Mishal Raheja

My best monsoon memory goes back to the time when my friends and I drove to Lonavala at 5 am after a party. We were on the road for a good 48 hours, living on bhajiyas and vada pav! That truly was and always will be my best monsoon memory. 

Sing along

Debina Bonnerjee

My favourite monsoon memories are from my childhood. My mom and I would sing these amazing Bengali songs together on heavy rain days. Now too, when it rains, I go to my window, look out at the rain and sing all those Bengali songs I used to as a child.

Exploration mode

Shantanu Maheshwari

My most memorable monsoon memories go back to the days when I had just shifted to Mumbai. I remember getting back from college, rolling up my pants, wearing a windcheater and walking back from the railway station to my home! Just exploring the Mumbai monsoon was lovely.

Football fun

Rytasha Rathore

My sister and I, along with a couple of friends would always head up to our building terrace to play football! Those were some of the best moments in the rain! Absolutely wet, rather drenched, and just going all out with our game!

School days

Faisal Khan

My favourite monsoon memories are from my school days! I would walk back home in the rains, splashing into all the puddles, and making these small paper boats, which I would put into them. Those were some amazing days and awesome memories to cherish for a lifetime.


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