TV Actors and their Superstitious beliefs!
Our TV actors are very much superstitious in life and tend to believe in some or the other thing which favours their luck and hope to bring success in their life.
Published: Saturday,Oct 08, 2016 16:45 PM GMT-06:00
We all believe strongly and firmly in a things which fetch us good results and hence it becomes a superstition for us. Well, similar is the case with our TV actors, who very much believe in some or the other thing for their goodwill, prosperity, and success.
Let's see what superstitions do these TV actors follow adamantly...
Saumya Tandon a beautiful and popular host who is currently seen in & TV's Bhabhiji Ghar Par Hai? says, "I am superstitious about the fact that I feel, my father, who is no more is always blessing me from the heaven. Whenever I am in a difficult situation, down and depressed or going through a tough situation, I just speak with him and he protects me. I feel he is always looking after me."
Mohit Sehgal, last seen in Sarojini says, "I don't believe in superstitions but only for my mother's sake I wear a yellow Sapphire stone ring. As my mother believes that stone brings good luck and prosperity and only to respect her sentiments I wear the ring".
Additi Gupta, a cute and popular actress says, "I have a very strange sort of belief. I do several things at times after applying conditions on it so that at the end I have a reason for everything I do. Also, I have a funny mindset, especially about Cricket, while watching the match I tend to sit in a position which I feel will make my team win."
Sharad Malhotra, seen on Colors' Kasam says, "I am not much into superstitions but I do have a Red cloth which is a religious cloth and I tend to carry it when I go for shoot. It is always there in my pocket while shooting. Also I had a bandanna which I had worn during BCCL matches and after which I felt lucky as I won back to back matches and also owned the title of Man of the Match.
Adaa Khan, the sizzling Naagin says, "I am superstitious about the no.8 which I am very scared of. I avoid doing any important work on 8th and even when I bought a car, I noted very well that its total should not come as 8. I feel 8 is the number unlucky for me. I also have a coin which has been given by my naani which is always there in my wallet. It has a cover of Mecca Madina and I always carry it along with me.
Sargun Mehta, best known for her role in Balika Vadhu says, "As of now I am not superstitious but yes in my childhood I used to have a favourite or you can say a lucky pen which I used to take in my every examinations. I used to write only my name and roll no with that pen and rest of the paper I used to write with the other pen."
Ankit Gupta, who was seen as Parth in a popular show 'Sadda Haq' on Channel V says, "Only superstition I follow is doing good work. Being honest and good to everybody, I think that does wonders for me and I feel everyday is a good day to do because if you are doing any important or good work on any particular date or day it automatically becomes a lucky day."
Well, quite interesting beliefs of these TV stars! What are yours? Leave in your comments below!