Shashank Vyas: I’ll try to drop the late lateef (late comer) tag that I have earned infamously, by virtue of landing up late everywhere. I will strive to be Mr Punctual and reach on time when I commit to friends. I am not a party animal, but I will be celebrating in Mumbai, only with my close childhood friends, while binging on everything without worrying about calories.
Rashami Desai: I want to give up on being over sensitive in 2017. I tend to get affected by things at the drop of a hat. I want to be totally detached from all sorts of drama and focus only on my career. The upcoming year will be special because my new show Dil Se Dil Tak will launch. I can say that the coming year will bring in a lot good things in my life along with it.
Sudeepa Singh: This year, I want to give up being emotional and trusting people blindly. I have also decided to never look into the past and stop over thinking. Apart from that I also want to travel all over the world and explore different cultures and cuisines. My first stop will be Maldives. I will be ushering the New Year there along with my family.
Sharad Malhotraa: Procrastinating is something that I would like to give up in the coming year. My to-do list is unending and I end up postponing things, so once it is taken care of lot of things will be sorted on their own. I want to have an adventurous New Year and will be celebrating it in Kasauli with my close friends.
Muskan Mihani: I’m very vulnerable emotionally and I don’t like to be in situations, that can’t be managed easily. This year, I want to stop being over-friendly, since people tend to take advantage of your goodness. I would also like to give up forming an impression of people on face value. I am off to Goa with a large group of friends to ring in the New Year....