Aishwarya Khare shares the significance of World Television Day 2023, says "When I finally landed my first role on a TV show, it was pure bliss, a dream come true"
World Television Day is celebrated for the most integral part of everyone's lives. Television has become a family member for viewers over time and it has been one of the most efficient sources of entertainment for all age groups. One of the major parts of TV has been the Hindi TV Industry and here's what Aishwarya Khare
has to share about celebrating World Television Day this year. Aishwarya Khare, who essays the role of Lakshmi in Bhagya Lakshmi, said: "Television is much more than just a means of entertainment; it's a symbol of communication that has the power to bring people together. As a budding actor, I always aspired to make a name for myself in the television world. And when I finally landed my first role on a TV show, it was pure bliss - a dream come true
." She further added, "Throughout my life, television has been a constant companion; I hold fond memories of watching my first movie, cartoon, and everything else in between on TV. One of my favourite childhood memories is sitting and watching TV with my family after dinner. It used to be one of my favourite parts of the day. The television industry has come a long way, and I am grateful to be a part of it. From witnessing its evolution to contributing to its growth in my own small way, I feel really grateful.
So, let's take a moment to appreciate the magic of television and all the joy it brings into our lives. Happy World Television Day!" Earlier, Aishwarya had shared her Diwali plans, “Diwali is one of my favourite festivals. I have celebrated this festival in two different cities, Mumbai and Bhopal, and the vibes of both cities are so different. Back in Bhopal, I used to go shopping with my family, decorate the house with my mother, and make rangoli with my sisters. And after shifting to Mumbai, I really miss all of that.
In Mumbai, the vibe of the city is a little different, the houses, buildings, and all the lanes around are relatively more lit. Both the cities have their own charm in their unique way. Following my yearly ritual, I will be visiting a temple near my house with my sister and seek blessings. I wish everyone a very Happy Diwali, I hope you spend it with your loved ones.”
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