Children's day special: Television stars fondly talk about their favourite memories

Published Nov 14, 2015, 10:16 pm IST
Updated Mar 27, 2019, 3:06 am IST
Celebs share their favourite childhood pictures and memories associated with them

On Children's day, our TV stars share their favourite childhood pictures and memories associated with them.

Gautam Rode from 'Suryaputra Karn'


This picture still is a fresh memory. My parents took me out for a vacation in Shimla. I can't forget those wonderful days.

Rohan Mehra from 'Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai'

This picture was taken when I was 14. I had gone for a Table Tennis championship and there was this random photographer who found me good looking for my age and he randomly clicked me. After the tournament, he came up to me and gave me this picture in an envelope. At that time, I didn't know what it was and was hesitant to accept it, but when I opened it and saw this picture of mine, I was really happy. This picture was a random click but holds a lot of significance in my life. It is still there in my room back at home in Amritsar framed in my room and whenever I see it, I always remember my championship days.

Nandish Sandhu


This picture was taken at my hometown in Rajasthan. I was the only child till my younger brother was born 6 years later so I was a pampered child and my parents made sure they provided me everything that I wanted. I was fond of dressing up and having photos clicked then so this was a suit my parents got me. I kept asking dad to click my pictures. At times he would hide the reel but I would find it anyhow and ask him to click more.

Pearl V Puri from 'Badtameez Dil'

This picture was taken when I was at rock garden of Chandigarh and was not willing to go back home. I would treat those rocks as my friends and wanted to stay with them.

Neha Saxena


This was taken at my nani's place during summer vacation where I always used to go and my cousins would join in. I was very naive and sidha sadha and hence was pampered the most.

Roopal Tyagi recently seen in Bigg Boss

This is a picture from children's day celebration at school. My favourite part was to dance on stage. Every year I would choreograph acts in school and everyone looked forward to them.

Ridhima Pandit from 'Hamari Bahu Rajanikant'

This photo is from my schools annual function when I was in second standard. I was always more inclined towards extracurricular activities, in this particular picture I am dressed as Miss Mirchi and I loved every minute of putting on the makeup walking on stage, I guess I secretly knew since then that I was going to be an actress.