Rakshabandhan is a celebration that honours the bond of love and security between brothers and sisters. The sister wraps a Rakhi on her brother’s wrist as part of the festival celebrations, which are very enthusiastic. The protagonists of &TV serials are discussing their unique bond with their brothers and the celebrations this year during this year’s Raksha Bandhan.
The cast includes Vidisha Srivastava (Anita Bhabhi, “Bhabiji Ghar Par Hain”), Kamna Pathak (Rajesh Singh, “Happu Ki Ultan Paltan”), and Shivya Pathania (Goddess Parvati, “Bal Shiv”).
We celebrate Raksha Bandhan in a very traditional fashion, according to Goddess Parvati, aka Shivya Pathania of &TV’s “Bal Shiva.” In Himachal Pradesh, my hometown, there is usually a significant celebration. We observe this occasion in our previous home with my large family. In our home, it is tradition to indulge in our favourite foods after tying Rakhi to our brothers. And nothing will alter this year either.
I won’t be spending this holiday with my family because of my hectic shooting schedule. However, I’ll send a rakhi to my younger sister Divya, who will tie it on my behalf and I’ll be able to watch it via video call. But this is not the end of my Raksha Bandhan. I’ll return home as soon as I can to spend loving time with my loved ones and my dear brother. You must accept a gift as well.
According to Rajesh, who plays Kamna Pathak in Happu Ki Ultan Paltan, “This festival has always been wonderful for me because I hail from a wealthy Indian family. There are numerous delicious foods served at my house for the Rakhi party. Everything, from delectable appetisers to delectable sweets, is made by my mum. Since my brother is travelling and I have a shoot scheduled, we will observe the event remotely.
However, I have chosen my Rakhi and sent it, along with a small gift, to my brother through courier. She will like my rakhi, I’m sure of it. The irony is that despite being younger than me, my brother acts like an older sibling. He attempts to be the ruler, is compassionate and watchful (laughs). He has always stood with me through the good times and the bad. I regret not being with him this time.
I love my brother Gaurav, adds Anita Bhabi alias Vidisha Srivastava of Bhabiji Ghar Par Hain. He is one of the most significant individuals in my life and has always supported me. Our organisation is excellent. We enjoy making jokes and making fun of one another. At our place, we’ll have a Rakhi Milan, and I’ll make some of Gaurav’s favourite meals.
He has always showered my sister and me with affection in unique methods and presents. We now wish to help him in some way. Despite being older than me, he has always been a friend and mentor to me. She is the best cheerleader around. I offer daily prayers for his happiness and during Raksha Bandhan.