Excerpt from the dialogue:
Everybody celebrates Republic Day with good enthusiasm and adore. Talking about your childhood days, how did you celebrate Republic Working day?
Hoisting of the flag, march-previous, talks about Independence, the speeches, listening to men and women discuss.
Which patriotic film has been your favorite over the years and why?
Dharmendra’s ‘Haqeeqat’, ‘Hindustan Ki Kasam’ were being the movies I grew up to and of course ‘Border’.
You have constantly promoted sustainable style, so these days on Republic Working day, is there a little something that you’d like to point out to the viewers?
Fashion is always the Dhoti, Kurta, the pyjama, Indian linen has constantly amazed me and even nowadays, the Khadi is something I like to have on in the type of Dhoti-Kurta or a Bandi or pyjama-kurta that is my complete favorite because I think that is actually trendy and seems out of this world. I also consider that this is anything we should really thrust for the reason that it will help our weavers and our folks.
What is that one particular concept that you would like to give to the audience on Republic Working day?
It is pretty incredibly crucial to know your ideal, but it is also incredibly important to respect other people.