The eternal bond of love and care is shared on the very special day which is Rakshabandhan. Hence we bring forth to you the memorable experiences attached with this day of TV celebs to you.
Let's check out what TV celebs have shared.
Sangeeta Ghosh as Saanchi in Kehta Hai Dil..Jee Le Zara
"Every Rakshabandhan I tie Rakhi to my brothers and in return get lots of gifts and sweets. My brother is out of town and I will be shooting this year so I won't be able to celebrate Raksha Bandhan this year."
Ruslaan Mumtaz as Dhruv in Kehta Hai Dil..Jee Le Zara
"I don't have a real sister, but I have a Rakhi sister from the past 15 years who stays in my building. She got married recently and I am expecting her to come to my place on this Rakshabandhan. Like every year I will gift her chocolate. She used to baby-sit me in my childhood as my parents always use to be busy with their work. Otherwise there are no special plans this year as I will be busy shooting."
Delanaaz Irani as Sangeeta Ghosh's friend in Kehta Hai Dil..Jee Le Zara
"I am very fond of Rakshabandhan. I have two brothers and both stay out of town. I used to decorate my rakhi thali with flowers, kumkum and diya. This year too I won't be able to celebrate as both my brothers are out of town and I will be busy shooting. I am an extremely protective and pampered sister. My elder brother is more like father figure to me."
"The Rakshabandhan festival
from childhood for me meant a way to earn money and go shopping.I don't
have any real brother so I tie Rakhi to my dad since childhood. For my 1st
cousin who stays in Chandigarh, I courier him a cartoon Rakhi even though he is
old now.Last year when I forgot to tie Rakhi to my dad due to my hectic
shoot schedule he had got really upset. I had to convince him to get a smile
back on his face.This year I'm planning to do the same- tie a Rakhi to
dad and courier one cute cartoon funny Rakhi to my brother in Chandigarh."
"For the past 2 years my elder brother is staying in USA, so I haven't been able to tie him a Rakhi. My first cousin always takes me to watch English movies which I hate watching, and now I know he does it deliberately to annoy me. Currently he is out of India and I really miss him, he will return in December and I have already given him my shopping list. My on set my co-actor Karan Trivedi is like my brother, we might go out for dinner this Rakhi."
AaashkaGoradia as Maharani Dheer Bai Bhatiyani in Bharat Ka
Veer Putra – Maharana Pratap
"This Rakshabandhan is going to be very special for me. My younger brother will be pursuing his higher education after HSC. It's a big moment for me. My first Rakhi with him is my best memory as I remember tying Rakhi to his little hands."
Jhanvi Chheda as Insp. Shreya in C.I.D
"I celebrate Rakshabandhan with my cousins. My brother is in the US, and I feel incomplete, not having him around on Rakhi. I have a lot of fond memories of Raksha Bandhan. This year it will be my sister-in law's first Rakshabandhan after marriage. I am looking forward to spending time with her."
Shivaji Satam (ACP)
"I celebrate Rakshabandhan with my family in a very typical Maharastrain style. All my sisters come over to my house and tie me rakhi, and we feed each other eat sweets. I'm not a firm believer of giving gifts on Rakshabhandan, instead believe in giving blessings to my sisters. I have five sisters and I am close to all of them. I don't have any special memory of Rakshabhandan but I remember before I started working we used to have holidays and I used to spend a lot of time with my sisters. This year I will be away and busy shooting. I would be meeting my sisters before I start for my shoot in the morning."
Hrishikesh Pandey as Insp Sachin
"My real sister stays in MP although I have a few Rakhi sisters in Mumbai and they are very close to me. As I am generally shooting I try and make it a point to talk to my sister over the phone and if I get a chance I visit my home town to meet my family. Rakshabandhan is very special to me since my childhood. Mansi Tabu, my favorite sister from Mumbai has always been with me in good and bad times. This year I don't have any plans for Rakshabandhan as I will be busy shooting."
Vikas Kumar as Sr.Insp Rajat
"Rakshabandhan always reminds me of my childhood-
getting up early in the morning, listening and singing Rakshabandhan songs,
sharing sweets with all my sisters, giving gifts, vegetarian food and a small
get together with my family members. I have only one sister who stays in MP (Anupama).
She is my favorite sister and very close to me."
Dinesh Phadnis as Insp Fredericks
"I have a small celebration at home with my family members. I have no special memories of rakshabhandan as I don't have a real sister although I have 2 cousin sisters back home in MP (Sangeeta and Shubangi) who are close to me. I don't have any plans this year as I will be shooting."
Shraddha Musale as Dr Tarika
"I have very beautiful memories of Rakshabandhan as in Gujarat it is celebrated on a large scale. Right from childhood till date we have always celebrated this occasion whole-heartedly. I have one real bother and two family friends whom I tie Rakhi and are extremely close to me. I used to decorate the aarti thali with real colorful flowers and get special Rakhis for my brothers."