TV frat wishes King Khan on turning 54

Shah?Rukh?Khan?is turning 54 this year. Here is what the TV fraternity has to say about this superstar.

Ankit Bathla

For me, Kuch Kuch Hota hai still holds a great impression. I really like that film and I can watch over and over again. So definitely that's my favourite Srk film. Srk is very successful today because he is really intelligent. He is also a businessman more than just being an actor. He is a workaholic which I think drives everything because he does not say no to anything and he is always working day and night.

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Rohitashv Gour

Shahrukh?khan?is now 54 years old and he still has the same stardom which he had in his prime. He has been an inspiration to the youth and as well as for me too because he
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TV actors share their plans for Dhanteras this year

From gold to new clothes, here?s what the TV frat is buying this Dhanteras.

Shridhar Watsar: This Dhanteras, I would like to buy clothes for myself and my family. It's a nice feeling.

Sanjay Gagnani: I intend to buy gold and invest in SIPs. I have already bought a house and my dream car, so now it?s time to save and invest and not spend and divest. I don?t know the significance of buying gold on this day but I love each and every festival celebrated in our country. ?Dhanteras acts as a reminder to buy something and it?s upon us whether we want to buy and invest or spend and divest. Whatever one does, it reminds us to celebrate, be happy, spread positivity and happiness.

Shivin Narang: This Dhanteras, I will buy gold coins. Goddess Laxmi has already blessed me with enough,
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Janmashtami Special: TV actors share the teachings of Lord Krishna

TV actors share their teachings of Lord Krishna on this Janmashtami

Rajesh Kumar: For me, karm kiye ja phal ki chinta na kar is an all-time favourite and yet relevant as the only thing in your hand is the process and not the fruit. Lord Krishna was ahead of his times. He is alive in Geeta. His teachings are forever relevant.

Ansh Bagri:?I follow Lord Krishna. I feel connected and used to go to Mathura and used to do parikrama. He followed human Dharm of sticking with what is right in terms of humanity. Mahabharat was a fight of right and wrong.

He always said there is nothing bigger than work. Lord Krishna respected women always and he was not a flirt but very kind-hearted toward women. Visiting Mathura is always on my list. I feel Lord Krishna?s essence when I visit Mathura. Lord Krishna was human God and real.
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