Mumbai: As we all know Navartra has knocked the doors of peoples and now this is the time to groove and shake your body on the beats of dhol with daandiya sticks. Not only commoners but small screen celebrities are also very excited for the holy festival as some of the actors shared their thought over it.
Popular face Drashti Dhami who plays Madhu in "Madhubala Ek Ishq Ek Junoon" shared, "Navratri is my most favourite festival in the entire year. I love the music and dance that is such an integral part of the celebrations. This year, I will be unable to celebrate Navratri on a large scale as I normally do because I will be shooting. However, I will partake in the celebrations with my family and friends whenever time permits." The actor recently bags the trophy of "Jhalak Dikkhla Jaa".
Chocolate boy of television Jay Soni, who is well appreciated for his acting skills in the daily soap "Sanskaar Dharohar Apno Ki" said, "Being a Gujarati, Navratri holds a very special place in my heart. Every year, I eagerly wait for the festival to kick-off so that I can indulge in garba and dandiya. This year Navratri is extra special for me because it also marks the beginning of the second-innings of Sanskaar."
Hotest hunk of TV, Siddharth Shukla, who dazzles the screen with his fabulous acting in worldwide popular show "Balika Vadhu" on Colors expressed his thought, "I like the festive spirit and aura that prevail throughout the city during Navratri. People start preparing from months before for this nine-day long celebration. Recently, I happened to be in Ahmedabad and was mesmerized by the upbeat environment and everybody around was engrossed in the preparations to welcome this festival.