The relationship between brother and sister is very unique. There is both love and conflict in this relationship. Raksha Bandhan is the festival of this attachment and dedication between brother and sister. Where on this day sisters tie a rakhi on their brother’s wrist and take a promise from their brother to protect them. In such a situation, how can TV actors stay away from this beautiful festival? Let us know how these main artist sisters of Shemaroo’s famous shows will celebrate Raksha Bandhan of the year 2023.
1. Akshita Mudgal, the lead actress of the show ‘Tulsidham Ke Laddu Gopal’, said, “This year’s Rakshabandhan will be different for me as I will be busy shooting for Shemaroo TV’s show ‘Tulsidham Ke Laddu Gopal’, but this does not limit my excitement. It will happen. My sister is going to do all the preparations herself to make this day even more special, while my mom and dad are working together understanding the importance of this day. If I am shooting on this day, then my brother -Sister will be joining me here, which is a great idea! But if I get time off, I’m planning to have lunch or dinner with her.
2. Actress Subhanshi Raghuvanshi of Shemaroo Umang’s show ‘Kundali Milan’ tells about her Rakhi, “Due to the busy shooting schedule on the sets of the show Kundali Milan, I will not be able to go to my hometown to celebrate Raksha Bandhan this time, but I am going to celebrate this Rakhi. Very excited about the celebrations. I have planned a surprise for my 7-year-old twin brothers. On the sets, my onscreen sister Richa (Prachi Bora) and I have a wonderful relationship
3. Prachi Bora, the lead actress of the show Kundali Milan says, “Rakshabandhan has always been a dear festival for me. It is the moment of wonderful gifts that fills my heart with joy and excitement.
Talking about sisters, there is one person on the sets of our show ‘Kundali Milan’ who is truly like family to me – my onscreen sister, Anjali (Shubhanshi). We share a bond that goes beyond acting, we are inseparable like best friends, sisters and trusted confidants.