Talat Aziz: The rains inspire me to sing compositions in Megh Malhar | Hindi Movie News

The monsoons are in full swing, giving the outdoors an almost romantic touch with cool weather, lush vegetation and gloomy skies. No wonder then that he has fans everywhere among poets, songwriters, nature lovers and more. Talat Aziz is one of them. In a chat, the Mumbai-based ghazal singer reveals how rains inspire his creativity, what his indulgence is for rainy days, and more! With a heavy downpour forecast for the next few days, you’re sure to catch him listening to his favorite ghazals. Shares Talat, “I really love the monsoon; it is a harbinger of good news after the hot and humid summer. If I have to choose my favorite songs right now, it would be “Garaj baras pyaasi dharti by phir paani se maula” and “Barsaat ki bheegi raaton mein phir koi suhaani yaad aayi”.

“I love having hot pakoras or samosas with chutney this season”

Singers and singers are known to be inspired by the beauty of the monsoons and this is also the case for Talat. Do the monsoons inspire its song, we ask? He says: “Yes, the rains inspire me and I sing compositions in Megh and Megh Malhar (a classical Hindustani raga). It gives me peace and quiet. Aside from rain and music, the wet weather is also conducive to another combination – chai and pakoras and at home there is a hot snack he won’t miss. “I love having hot pakoras or samosas with chutney this season,” he adds.

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