August 15, 2017

Why these dashing actors of TV are asking people not to buy National Flag on Independence Day?

Independence Day is around the corner and Indians have already started riding on the waves of patriotism. While every corner, crossroad, shop, car and office are going to sport the 'Tricolor', why are few TV actors requesting people NOT to buy flags on this independence day?



Currently seen as an underdog in 'Vani Rani', Rahulram Manchanda quipped, "I would like to request people to avoid buying the tricolor. Because after 15th August or 26th January, most of the flags are unceremoniously dumped in the dustbin, road or even in the gutter." 


"When are we going to understand that our national flag is not just a piece of colored paper, it’s a symbol of national respect and pride. If you cannot treat it well, please don't buy it, " said the charming actor Jitendra Nokewal, who plays flamboyant Adi in &TV's 'Vani Rani'.




'Jodha Akbar' fame Ravi Bhatia has earlier raised the voice against the mistreatment of an Indian flags said, "We enthusiastically buy flags made up of paper and plastic in just 5-10 Rupees, and on the very next day we find them on the roadsides stepping and stamping. Why you want to buy the National flag? Just to show your patriotism? Is this a right and only way to prove that you love your country?"




Tarun Khurana, who is currently seen as Siddharth Nigam's best buddy in 'Chandra Nandini' feels these days most of us express our love for the motherland in the virtual world, but forgot to ensure it in the real world. He said, "Flaunting the patriotism on social media platforms good, but according to me it's is not just enough. We need to respect our national flag in real life too. If you cannot handle the flag with dignity, please don't buy it, it's as simple as that."



"We should treat our National flag with utmost care and respect. If we don’t do it, who will?," questions Akash Gill, who is currently seen as an effeminate in 'Rishton Ka Chakravyuh'.

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