Their mother means the world to them and so, TV stars like Divyanka Tripathi, Ssharad Malhotra and Rashami Desai believe that Mother’s Day, which is celebrated on second Sunday in May, should be every day.
Here’s what the stars have to say about Mother’s Day:
Gunjan Utreja: I believe that every day should be Mother’s Day because there is so much a mother does for her child that just one day is not enough to make her feel special and love her. Nevertheless, Mother’s Day serves as a great opportunity to do a little something and make your mother feel important and tell her how grateful you are to have her in your life.
Delnaaz Irani: My mother is my world. Every day is Mother’s Day for me, I don’t need one day to make her feel special or acknowledge her love.
Divyanka Tripathi: We all love our mothers dearly but at the same time we all take our mothers for granted. We love them, respect them, care for them but in the day-to-day life we forget to acknowledge and appreciate her efforts and sacrifices. So, I think this is the perfect day when they need to be told how dearly we love them and owe our happiness to them.
Ssharad Malhotraa: Mother’s Day is a day that is completely dedicated to that wonderful gift given by god to all the men that is a mother. It is a day when we can’t thank them enough and shower them with lots of love and gifts too.
Rashami Desai: My mother means the world to me. She is my inspiration and motivating force. She has brought me up perfectly and given me the value and ethics that I still proudly believe in and follow. She has sacrificed a lot to assure I get everything that I want in life as well as that makes me happy.
Arjun Bijlani: I love my mother a lot and she is very close to me. She is my back bone. She has done a lot for me and dedicating just one day to her seems too less. I feel each day is Mother’s Day as we wouldn’t be here, doing all the work that keeps us so busy, if she wouldn’t have been there.
Jay Soni: Her unconditional love and values have made me the person I’m today. I love her unconditionally and only one Mother’s Day is not sufficient to express what she means to me.
Ridhi Dogra: This day is very special to me because I feel it’s important to tell your mother what she means to you. Acknowledging her efforts, sacrifices and unconditional love is very essential.
Tina Dutta: Mother’s Day means spending quality time with my mother and showering her with gifts too. But I don’t restrict myself to one day to express my love and respect for her and I always love to surprise her.
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