Let's have a look at one of our television celebs, as to what does this season mean to her. The very beautiful actress Aashka Goradia needs no introduction. Well known as Kalavati Tai from the Colors super-hit show Laagi Tujhse Lagan, the young actress kept us entertained throughout Bigg Boss Season 6.
In conversation with TellyBuzz, Aashka Goradia speaks about her fascination for monsoon..
Monsoon for me means:
For me, monsoon comes in dual ways. As an individual, the arrival of monsoon brings in happiness but in view of the business venture 'ISAYICE' that I run, which is a beverage outlet most successful in summers, I really don't like rains.
My first thought about monsoon:
The sky frowning with the dark clouds, the green swaying trees, the ocean waves hitting the shore, the wet long breezy roads, all these are considered as Godly magic. When the dark bulky clouds gather for yet another downpour, I feel a step closer to the almighty.
Monsoon is a time of celebration & joy. I remember the lush green environment when I used to run out of my house along with my cousin sister Janki and dance in the rain. Other than the joyful memories, I also remember the bad times when I got stuck twice, when Mumbai was washed away with floods. I just hope this year the rains prove to be a blessing rather than a destruction.
I'm a kind of a person who is massively attached to music. So there is a wide range of songs that I listen to, depending upon my mood. If I'm in a happy mood, I'll listen to rock, otherwise something else. So everything boils down to my mood.
Monsoon is a lover's paradise:
Monsoon is a different place to stay in, a lover's paradise. So I think a perfect way of expressing love during monsoon would be sitting besides the window at my place with my someone special and sink into each other's eyes. Because true love is unspoken, it does not need words to justify it.
My monsoon shopping:
I'm not really a shopaholic. My monsoon is meant for transparent umbrella. I don't like umbrellas with animal prints and vibrant colours. So this monsoon I'm going to gift myself a transparent umbrella. In fact I feel everybody should carry a transparent umbrella.
Places I would like to visit during monsoon:
I would like to go for a tranquil and serene weekend delight at Kamshet, which is little ahead of Lonavala. It is a place out of the civilization, where the rippling water bodies and the hilly terrain of the region make it one of the most heavenly places to visit. Kamshet has more to offer in monsoon than just scenic beauty. There are Nirvana base camps that bring you to a peaceful and happy state of mind.
My Monsoon Mantra:
Carry a transparent umbrella. Let the rain beat upon your head!