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    Default "We must enjoy rains by going out and getting wet" : Neil Bhatt

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    We in talks with Neil Bhatt to know about his monsoon experience and his memories related to monsoon.

    The atmosphere is so pleasant these days as its Monsoon! The black clouds, the windy breeze, the aroma of mud, the greenery of trees and the showers from the sky makes us fall in love with the season of Monsoon. We all love to enjoy monsoon in our ways and like all of us; our Telly actors also enjoy having fun during monsoon.

    We got in touch with the good looking and popular actor Neil Bhatt who is currently seen as Zakir in Shashi Sumeet Mittal's popular show Diya Aur Baati Hum to know more about his Monsoon masti and his memories related to monsoon.

    Rainy season for me is: Rainy season for me is fun, freedom and enjoyment.

    Precautions I take during monsoon: No precautions! I do take precautions while driving during rainy season. We just have to drive safe and otherwise, we must enjoy rains by going out and getting wet.

    Your monsoon related memories: Playing football and cricket with my friends and cousins. During monsoon, we used to have Malhaar Fest in our Xavier's College. We used to have the rehearsals for the fest and the whole monsoon we used to dance while rehearsals.

    My likes and dislikes about monsoon: There are only likes about monsoon; there is nothing that I dislike about monsoon. I enjoy driving during monsoon. The greenery and the freshness we see around during monsoon, really changes my mood.

    Favorite place to visit during monsoon: Tiger Point, Lonavala and Khandala.

    Things I must carry during monsoon: Just carry yourself and carry a smile.

    My favorite monsoon music: Pani Da Rang from Vicky Donor.

    My monsoon special food: Kanda Bhajiyas made by my Mom and Poha with Lemongrass tea. I love to sit beside my window and enjoy the view outside.

    A moment when I enjoyed with my co-stars: It has to be during Ramayan when we were shooting in Baroda. We were shooting little away from the city at an area which was surrounded by greenery. We just used to stand there and watch the garden around. We used to play Antakshari, have tea and chit chat with each other while it rains. We used to have lots of fun.

    Monsoon tips for readers: All I can say is that go out and get wet.



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