Republic Day for tv artists

Here are quotes of some of tv artists

Republic Day for tv artists

Rohitashv Gour (Manmohan Tiwari) from Bhabhi Ji Ghar Par Hai

“Although the nation’s judicial system may have evolved over the years, I feel the common man still struggles to avail justice where needed The fight is a rather endless one and has left many in despair. Reflecting the true image of a New Age India, I feel we still have a long way before our law could truly protect and support the citizens of our country. Laws need to be more stringent when it comes to cases on women and the penalties must be higher. Only then would we truly be a united nation.

Shubhangi Atre (Angoori Bhabhi) from BhabijiGhar Par Hai

“26th January always brings back various memories of a time, when as children we used to dress up to be a part of the flag hoisting ceremony and actually realized the value that this day holds in India’s history. Being a proud Indian, I have always had deep respect for our Indian culture and the values that have been inculcated in us over the years. However, I feel that we are still miles away from being the kind of nation that can make every Indian proud to be a citizen of India. As an Indian, I pledge to extend a hand towards the development of women and several orphaned children of our country in the smallest ways that I can. Via small measures, I pledge to bring about a change in the perception and mentality of today’s society towards its women and how they can help our nation progress.”

Kamna Pathak (Rajesh) from Happu Ki Ultan Paltan

“I believe India has come a long way ever since the first Constitution was formed may years ago. From enforcing numerous laws that would give each citizen a chance to be a proud Indian, to evolving and opening up to the thought of an India that supports the growth of its citizens in every manner possible, we are only charging towards progress. Moreover, I feel as citizens of India, we have come to stand in support for each other. While most of us choose to keep our voices low during unforeseen events and wish not to get involved, it’s a blessing to see the nation united for one. Having said that, I really do hope, the nation soon resorts to its normal self and peace prevails.”

Sarika Bahrolia (Gudiya) from Gudiya HumariSabhi Pe Bhari

“Being patriotic is synonymous with celebrating the important milestones of the country and Republic Day is one such day, but let’s not limit our patriotism to just this day. Today I pledge that as a responsible citizen I will stand up against any injustice that happens before me, be it the most trivial of matters. We need to aim at making India the most amazing and beautiful nation that we all dream of. My fondest memories of this day were that of when we used to celebrate in school. We would dress in tricolour uniforms and put up performances filled with skits and dances.”

Sneha Wagh (Anjani) from Kahat Hanuman Jai Shri Ram

“We have completed 71 glorious years of the Indian constitution and seeing India progress each year is nothing less than a moment of glory. It makes my heart swell with pride seeing how far our nation has come and how united we have grown over the years. However, that doesn’t change the road we still need to tread. While the literacy rates may have increased in the past few years, education for all still needs to be heavily focussed upon and I think as citizens we could always contribute towards making this a huge progress. On this Republic Day I pledge to help educate India by generously lending a helping hand in imparting knowledge to all those in need around me.”