Yes! TellyBuzz is back again with some spicy news of your favorite stars. Friendship Day being just round the corner, what else could be the most happening khabar (news) of the day! Everyone is very much aware of the friendship that is been shown in the television serials. However, unlike anyone else, we thought of bringing you some very fresh piece, hot from the oven, of friendship of our stars with their best friends 'not' from the industry. Have a look of these well-known stars of our Telly industry and their friendship quotient with their best friends!!
"For me, my best friend is my sister Reena Kapoor. Since the age gap between the two of us is just one and a half years, I can share anything and everything with her. I am very comfortable with her. We are more like friends and less like sisters. We talk about every little thing that has happened to us. She is the pillar of my life. The best thing I love about her is that even when I make a mistake, she will not scold at me. Instead, she will tell me in a way that will not hurt me. In addition, there is actually nothing that I hate about her. Dance is something that always reminds me of her every time."
"One hilarious situation that we have faced is in school when I hardly used to carry my books. So I always used to get remarks. Whereas, my sister, was the one who was always properly dressed, prim and proper, with homework done on time. Once she got a remark for not doing her homework and that entire day she was crying. I still tease her for this (laughs)."
"My school friends are my closest friends. I do not have any best friend because I expect too much from them. My close friends i.e. Jay and Darpan, I know them since 10 years. Also, Sameer and Arpan are really good friends of mine from my hometown. Sameer is my cousin, but we hang out together, since we also have common interests. Arpan is my college friend and we do our workout together. Rishi, who is my brother, again is a very good friend of mine. I would also like to mention about Vivek who was my distributor when I used to work at ICICI bank. One thing I love about all these friends of mine is that all of them are just too amazing. None of them have changed. When you climb the ladder of success, many people meet you but they also leave you when you are at the downfall of your career. But my close friends have always remained the same over the time, come what may. Last year we had gone to Goa and recently been to Lonavala with Darpan and Jay and now planning to visit Thailand with them. One thing I do not like is that as time passes by, there is more of responsibilities. Priorities too change. People used to call us Pandavaas while we were in school. So that's become like a symbol now."
"One hilarious situation that we have faced is – in school, we had to perform a play on teachers day. We performed the play in such a manner that it became a mockery to the teachers. That was one good experience. But then later we had to write an apology letter to our teachers."
"I have two best friends, Kshama Shetty and Ishita Dhirawani. Kshama is my neighbor and Ishita is my school and college friend. With Kshama, we grew up together and Ishita, I met her in train on the very first day of my college. And never knew that this short little girl will create big troubles (laughs). We are like sisters. We fight, play, go out, and do every possible thing. Ishita is a very outgoing person and we party every weekend. We keep getting out of the house. Whereas, with Kshama, it is more of sitting at home, sipping hot coffee and chatting. One thing I love about them is that when nobody is there for me, I have them standing with me. One thing I hate about Ishita is that she is full of drama. There has never been a night when we are together and she has not cried. She is just an entertaining factor. I love to hate her. There is nothing to hate about Kshama. She is just a perfect girl for me. My old building is something that always reminds me of Kshama and the color pink reminds me of Ishita."
"Everything is hilarious when I am with Ishita. No day, no night has gone normal till now, and I cannot recollect any hilarious incident with Kshama."
"My best friend is Dushyant Beel and he is from Jaipur. I met him on my very first day in Mumbai. He also wanted to become an actor. To me, Dushyant is my life, my brother, he is everything to me. One thing I love about him is that he is always there for me whenever I need him. His one thing that turns me off is that whenever he is partying, he calls me up from Jaipur. Sometimes, I am working or tired. I always envy him for this (laughs). Beer is something that always reminds me of Dushyant."
"One hilarious situation we have faced – During our early days, outside a girls' society, I had become the mausiji of Sholay and he had become Dharmendra. We started saying that dialogue very loudly in front of the society. Then some uncle who was some girls' relative came out and shouted as to why were we creating so much of commotion. And then when we came to know that he was one of the girls' relative, we said nothing and just ran away. That was the funniest incident that has ever happened to me."
"My best friend is my college friend Atul. We met each other when we were in college. He is a friend, philosopher and a guide to me. One thing that I love about him is that he is very caring and always there when I need him. His laziness is something that I hate the most. One thing that reminds me of him is the Veer Zaara movie. We have seen that movie together for endless number of times."
"One hilarious situation we have faced – we were just outside the college and Atul did not realize that there was a banana peel on the road and he slipped off. There were so many people around us and all of us started laughing so hard. I still laugh hard when I recollect this incident."
We, at TellyBuzz, wish all you wonderful members and the non-members a very Happy Friendships' Day. Cheers!!!