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How Ali Asgar, Sumit Raghavan, Aditi Sajwan are celebrating Valentine’s Dayhttps://indianexpress.com/photos/entertainment-gallery/valentines-day-ali-asgar-sumit-raghavan-aditi-sajwan-celebrating/

How Ali Asgar, Sumit Raghavan, Aditi Sajwan are celebrating Valentine’s Day

Here is what TV celebs including Sumit Raghavan, Krishna Gokani, Aditi Sajwan, Sudeepa Singh, Mughdha Chapekar, Ali Asgar are doing on Valentine's Day.

Ali Asgar

Ali Asgar who plays the character of Nathu Nakabandi in SAB TV’s Who Teri Bhabhi Hai Pagle said, “Where there is love there is life. The best and the most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched. They must be felt with the heart and according to me is Love.”

Sumit Raghavan

Sumit Raghavan who plays Vasant Ghotala in SAB TV’s Badi Door Se Aaye Hai says, “February is known to be the month of romance and that is because Valentine’s Day which falls on the 14th of February. It’s more of a western culture, roman tradition, which has gained lot of importance in this part of the world. But I feel to express love, romance and care, each day is special. Hence we must celebrate each day.”

Krishna Gokani

Krishna Gokani who portrays the character of Dr. Diya in SAB TV’s Woh Teri Bhabhi Hai Pagle said, “For me love is when you can't fall asleep because reality is finally better than your dreams.”

Aditi Sajwan

Aditi Sajwan who plays the role of Koyal in SAB TV’s Chidiya Ghar says, “Valentines for me is a day when the heart beats a little more faster, when you want to be nowhere else but very close to your loved one, when you want to be pampered silly with gifts and flowers. I think the feeling of being in love or just the thought of love existing makes the world a better place. Valentine's is of course a western idea but why we Indians embraced it before anything else because love is always beautiful and relevant for people of any age, colour or country. This day doesn't belong to any particular culture, it belongs to the whole humanity, the day of gifting, loving, caring, nurturing your loved ones. I think there's everything positive in it.”

Sudeepa Singh

Sudeepa Singh who plays the character of Rani Pari in SAB TV’s Baal Veer says, “I feel it’s a beautiful reason to celebrate love. Love is a pious bond we share with our loved one and I think one should celebrate it to the fullest and make your partner special. It can be a small gift or a small gesture.”

Mughdha Chapekar

Mughdha Chapekar who portrays the character of Anisha in SAB TV’s Sahib Biwi Aur Boss said, “Since a year each day has been Valentine's Day for me. This year is going to be a special one since I am engaged. Although Ravish and I haven't planned anything as of now but I'm sure he will take me out on a dinner!’

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