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Views & comments of TV-Film celebrities on MOTHERS DAY



Dipika Samson as Simar in ‘Sasural Simar Ka’ –I am planning something special for mom this Mother’s Day and that is to surprise her with a cake at midnight. The entire day I shall ensure that my mom stays out of the kitchen and is flooded with loads of goodies. Other than bringing us up she has always worked very hard in the kitchen too please us with our favourite dishes. I want to thank my mom and all the moms of the world from the bottom of my heart for bringing us into this beautiful world and most of all for giving us their unconditional love.
Avika Gor as Roli in ‘Sasural Simar Ka’  I have decided to buy a new dress for my mom this Mothers day. I intend to make her feel special in every possible way for example assist her cook, help her in all the daily chores and such little things which will bring a smile on her face. We children mean the world to our mothers. They are very touchy about us and I would request everybody to ensure that they are never hurt and of course I want to dedicate this song to my mom ‘Tu kitni achi hai, Tu kitni pyari hai oh Maa…. oh Maa….Meri Maa”.
Parul Chauhan as Surbhi in ‘Rishton Se Badi Pratha’  It’s rightly said, Being a mother is one of the highest paid job, since the payment is pure love. I too love my mother beyond words. One cannot measure the relationship of mother and her child. My mother has always been there for me, supported the whole family during our testing times. I will always stand by my mother and salute her for being a great women and the best mother.
Vishal Karwal as Abhay in ‘Rishton Se Badi Pratha’  I stay away from my family and miss my mom a lot, she means everything to me. My Dad’s my hero. Clichéd but for me my mom is my ‘Superhero’. She’s an inspiration, someone whom I have always looked upto. I hope I am able to be half a great person she is… someday. On this mothers’ day I am planning to give her a surprise which has not been planned but yes it will be definitely special for my special Mom.
Pratyusha Banerjee as Anandi of ‘Balika Vadhu – Maa is my Best friend!! There is never a dull moment when she is around. She has been there with me all my life in my bad and good days. I give credit of my good upbringing to my mom. Recently she went back to Jamshedpur and I miss her immensely. I am planning to gift her  a beautiful Saree which she will wear on her coming birthday.  
Anjum Farookhi as Gauri of ‘Balika Vadhu’   My mother is the most important person for me on planet earth. She is the one who would be awake the whole night with me during my exams. My mother means a lot to me and I would like to give her a diamond ring as she is like a diamond of my life.
Esha Kansara as Devki of ‘ Mukti Bandhan’ – Since I hail from Ahmedabad, I really miss my mom. She is like a backbone of my life and a friend too. It is her strength, motivation and love that has guided me and given a goal to my life. I feel proud to be known as her daughter. 
Jannat Zubair Rehmani as Baby Phulwa of ‘ Phulwa’ – The person who I love the most in this world is my mother. She is always there when I am shooting and takes care of me and teaches me good things. And than that, she has made me brave and intelligent. On Mother’s day, I will gift my mom an ice-cream and a jadoo ki jhappi.
Tina Dutta as Ichcha of ‘Uttaran’  My mother is a gift for me from God. I am lucky to have such a Maa, who is always there for me… she is my truest friend. I feel incomplete without her as she is present with me even while I shoot. She is the best mom on this earth and is everything to me.  
Vaishnavi Dhanraj as Jhanvi of ‘Na Anaa Is Des Laado’– The best creation on this earth is mother and my mother truly stand’s out on this statement. She is one lady who is responsible for what I am today in life. I dedicate every moment to my mom, she is the most precious and invaluable person in my life. Yes I will be with her after the shoot on Mothers day. we will go out with for dinner and make her feel special on Mother’s Day.
I stay with my father in the city of dreams, Mumbai and I really miss my mother, who stays in Dehradun with my younger brother and sister. Nothing’s more comforting than my mother’s warm hug after a hard day’s work. It’s been almost a year that I have not spent quality time with my mother. Hectic shooting schedules do not give me the luxury to spend leisure time with my parents. Given an opportunity, I will go to Dehradun and give her a huge bear hug. I am sure Ma will not leave any stone unturned in pampering me …But since I can’t get leave from my shoot, I’m giving her a surprise by connecting with her through a video conference this weekend and will spend a lot of time catching up with her. Talking to her on the phone daily is not the same thing as watching her live on a video conference. Just seeing her will make me very happy. Miss my mother and she’s my strength. She gives me confidence and watches every episode of mine and loves my portrayal of Laxmi. Happy Mother’s Day to all mothers around the world…they are precious!
The dancing star from Gujarat, Binny Sharma who is currently doing the lead role in the prime time show, Sanjog Se Bani Sangini, is a busy girl with a jam packed schedule . And the perky actress loves the hustle bustle of Mumbai. Binny says, “Mumbai respects talent and gives many career opportunities and that makes it a great city to live in. But I miss home and my mother’s home cooked food a lot.” The wistful note in her voice is evident when she says, “I am dying to eat farsaan, undhiyu, khichdi or just simple dal chawal. I miss the frenzy at home just prior to a festival where my mom and I would give the house a new look and cook those delicious lip smacking dishes. Though my mother does come and stay with me whenever she can, but I would love to see her face everyday the moment I enter the house. I love her. We are what our mother’s make us! There’s a saying I believe in – “God could not be everywhere and therefore he made mothers”.
I have always been very close to my mother and personally I feel that mothers are generally an unappreciated lot. Ever since I got to know about the occassion in school, I have made it a point to try to do something special for her. If nothing else then I atleast pick up the phone and talk to my mom on this day. Due to our hectic schedules, I hardly have a fixed ritual of calling her on a daily basis but this is one particular day(other than her birthday) when she knows that she will hear from me first thing in the morning and that there will be a huge boquet of flowers awaiting her when she wakes up!
Being from a smaller city in the country, there had never been any sort of hype around Mother’s Day celebration the way it is now. My siblings and I always knew that our mom needed atleast a day in a year where she could kick back and relax while we took up her chores. So we would pick any particular day in the year and do that for her. It is only in the recent years that mother’s day has acquired a particular date.

Dwarka Parichay team wishes HAPPY MOTHERS DAY

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