Small Screen (TV) Divas speaks upon Rakhi Festival


The festival of brother and sister has been an important festivals of Indians. It showers love and affection between the brother and sister relationship. The thread they tie in the form of Rakhi reminds the brother the duties he owes for his sister. At such a festive time, our TV or small screen Divas have much to share about this incredible relations, which are as under:

SHWETA MUNSHI: Brother is a God send Friend for Life. So is My brother, a support system in my Life. He is someone I can depend on. I have been posting Rakhi to him since past few years, as he stays in US And this year it happens to be his Birthday on the same day too.As kids, I used to Bully him and eat his share of chocolates and sweets. Fondly miss those times.

AISHWARYA SAKHUJA: My fondest memory is my brother bribing me to buy as many rakhis as possible in order to show off to our entire neighbourhood, what a popular and a sort after guy he is by showing his arm full of rakhies. He was 11years old then while I was 5years only. It’s my fondest because it reeks of innocence and the times then. My brother is my lifeline. He’s like my father and mother to me and after my dad the person I would always turn to for everything in life is him. This rakhi I am planning to surprise him by going to Dubai. It’s been years since I tied the rakhi on his wrist personally. We are always oceans apart.

ROSE SARDANA: Today I came to chandigarh to give surprise to my brothers. They were not at all expecting me at home because of my busy shooting schedule. But thanks to my production team, they finally declared it a holiday and i got a chance to visit my hometown. My best wishes to all for this beautiful day. There’s no other love like the love for a brother. Lets make this “Bandhan” more stronger.

SHIKHA SINGH: My bhaiya is the sweetest & very coy as a person but he has a very different sense of humor and is funny in his own way. I am very very lucky to have him as my brother & I wish the best of the things & wishes for him. I may be far by distance but he is always in my heart & prayers. “Miss you Bhaiya and love you!”

AMRAPALI GUPTA: Raksha bandhan is itself very special for every sisters. My brother means everything to me. He is really protective I turn to him for advice on everything. I actually irritate him sometimes and he patiently handles me. He is next to my best friend. I pray for his growth and heatlh. And I really miss him as I am in Mumbai now.

GARIMA JAIN: Rakhi means no shoot, family time, brother’s time for me. I take leave from shoot. Visit my hometwn spend whole day with my family and Bhai. We enjoy and chill and rest.

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