TV fraternity talk about what 26th January reminds them of and the pledge they would make on 26th January!
Ssharad Malhotra– 26th January reminds me of school parade. It also reminds me of the struggle of our warriors. I pledge never to cross signals and never throw any waste material on the road. India should be a clean country.
Aniruddh Dave – 26th January reminds me of college festivities in Jaipur. The NCC parade used to be the highlight. I pledge to never contribute in noise pollution be it on road or home and I wont tolerate any injustice in front of my eyes.
Sourabh Raaj Jain– 26th January reminds me of the fantastic parade in Delhi and Flags reminding of the patriotic fervour. . It used to be a great event every year. I pledge to follow the rules be it driving, traffic or cleanliness rules.
Vahbiz Dorabajee – When I think about Republic Day was that day when our constitution was amended when India got all the rights . And yes I do follow traffic rules and almost all the rules which all are need to follow. I pledge to never break traffic rules and keep cleanliness wherever I go.
Shivin Narang – First thing it reminds me of parade of 26th January as I am from Delhi. As a responsible citizen I try to follow all the rules including paying taxes. The best part about republic day is very get to see many things on this days like parade and flag hosting. I like to hear patriotic songs too. I pledge to never break rules.
Director Ravindra Gautam – First thing that comes to my mind is republic day parade at rajpath. Grew up watching that on DD. Fascinated by our armed forces parade which motivated me to have my first ambition in life, of joining armed forces. Qualified the NDA also but somehow couldn’t join. Would have been a navy commander today. I am very particular about all the rules be it traffic signal or throwing kachra. Hate people who don’t follow rules. I believe that no leader can change our country unless each citizen starts changing himself and I pledge to never break any rules and ensure that my closed ones also don’t break any rules.
Producer Sudhir Sharma– I am from Delhi and I think of the massive preparation which goes in the event of celeberation each time I think of 26th January.. The march on Rajpath reflects great harmony. I pledge to follow the rules be it on the road or in the business. I pledge not to create any noise pollution and keep my city clean.
Meghna Malik – The Republic Day celebrates of coming into force the constitution of India the day does leave me in a conflicting situation. The ceremonious parades , the beating retreat do fill my heart with pride .. But is it just another day of festivities ,on the calendar? Where does the pride go when we see our leaders misbehave in the parliament, where does our pride go when citizens are divided and discriminated in the name of religion, where does our pride go when we as citizens break rules and are impatient with everything around. We as a country have very many challenges to meet before we can be a true Republic. Our hope lies in staying united and being responsible and I pledge for the same.
Aadesh Chaudhary – 26th January marks a very important day in the history of our country. As a child I remember being a public holiday and sitting with family and watching the parade live. It’s very important for today’s generation to understand the reason for celebrating this day. I believe following rule is very important and even I follow rule like not breaking signals and always standing in que.
Mohammed Nazim – Republic day is the day when the Indian Constitution was formed. This is the day when we get to truly celebrate our freedom and remember the soldiers who sacrificed their lives for our nation. Following rule is must important I believe everyone should follow them.
Vishal Singh – On this republic day I want to thank all those soldiers who sacrificed their lives for our nation. We actors are called ‘heroes’ but according to me they are the actual heroes. I sincerely want to acknowledge and salute them and their families for all that they’ve done for our nation. I pledge to give credit to those who deserve credit in their respective filed.
Gunjan Utreja -The wonderful Republic day parade is what comes to my mind when I think of 26th January.. As a responsible citizen of India I have been doing a lot of things but one of the most imp thing as been “no littering campaign”. I thank my school authorities to imbibe this quality in us. After our recess. one class on a rotational basis used to clean the entire ground of the school. This made us realise the value of clean environment. We would occasionally go out and clean a particular public place as well. Since then I have never littered. Now I am glad that the government has initiated the clean India movement and I pledge to follow it.
Jaswir Kaur – First thing that comes in my mind is my childhood days the time we used to hoist flags in our school .Me as As a responsible citizen I do follow a lot of rules and am too particular about me and others following the rules around me… And Yes I do switch off my car at the signal if it’s for too long. It saves fuel. I also switch of lights and fans when not in use. I pledge to save electricity and fuel as far as practically possible.