Childhood days are most lovely days in our lives that we cherish the most. Even if we grow up, we miss the memories of our childhood days and we always wish to relive our childhood days and we still try to relive it by doing masti and playing silliest pranks on our friends.
On the occasion of Children's Day, TellyBuzz asks your favorite stars to go down the memory lane and speak about what do they miss the most about their childhood. Also if given a chance to become a kid for a day then how they will relive their childhood days again.
Let's hear what they said...
Preetika Rao currently seen as Aaliya in Colors' Beintehaa - I used to travel a lot with my family. I still cherish the memories associated with my trips to Tirupati, Matheran, Bangalore, Mahabaleshwar, etc. That used to be a nice picnic for our family members. Now such trips hardly happens. Only work related trips happen now. If I will become a kid for a day then I will play cards with my cousins. I will get back to drawing and play treasure hunt with my friends.
Anubhav Srivastava, last seen as Sachin in Zee TV's Pavitra Rishta - I miss the freedom of my childhood when I could do anything I wanted to. Now we have so many limitations. We used to do all the masti and have so much of fun. We had complete freedom and not at all bothered about anything. I really miss those moments of my life. I used to hate my school during those days but now I love it. If I would become a kid for a day then I would like my parents to take me to Disneyland where I will enjoy all the rides without any restrictions. I would like to relieve those moments of my childhood days again but in a different way. I will buy lots of toys, call my friends to my house and create a mess, hit anyone without any fear of getting scolded and have lots of fun.
Mugdha Chaphekar, soon to be seen as Arushi in Zee TV's upcoming Satrangi Sasural - I miss my school days a lot when I used to be every teacher's favorite. If I would become a kid for a day then I would put on my school uniform and run to school for a day. Children's day is all about celebrating the child in you. I think every person has a child in him/her which keeps them going. Its fun to be crazy some times especially with your parents; no matter how old you are, for them you are always a child.
Vishal Vashishtha, who essays the character of Baldev in Star Plus' Veera - I miss the free time and all the attention that I used to get from everyone during my childhood days. If I will become a kid for a day then I will go back to school and relive my childhood days.
Ansha Sayed currently seen as Purvi in Sony TV's CID - My father was strict and protective towards me. He never used to allow me to go out and play after 5-6 o'clock in the evening. I miss playing a lot. I feel that I am still like a kid because I still do all the mastis that a kid does.
We wish our readers a very Happy Children's Day!