On “Janmashtami,” Aishwarya Khare and Krishna Kaul sent greetings

The actors Krishna Kaul and Aishwarya Khare recounted their recollections of the “Janmashtami” festivities and wished everyone happiness and success.

In the television series “Kumkum Bhagya,” Krishna, who portrays Ranbir, said: “I believe Janmashtami brings a lot of love and happiness into everyone’s life. I adore Lord Krishna’s teachings, and Janmashtami for me represents a spiritual awakening and a reminder of the divine kindness that supports us through both the highs and lows of life.

Since my name is also Krishna and I have a strong affinity for Lord Krishna, this event has always had a very special place in my heart. I want to go to the Dahi Handi event and the nearby temple this year in Mumbai.

In the movie “Bhagya Lakshmi,” Aishwarya plays the part of Lakshmi. She said: “Janmashtami always brings back pleasant memories of celebrating Lord Krishna’s birthday with full enthusiasm with my family. This festive day is usually packed with excitement and fun, whether people want to dress up as Lord Krishna or indulge in delectable sweets.

My sister and I used to argue over who would dress as Radha and who would dress as Krishna for the performances that used to take place on that day when we were kids.

I like traveling across the city to see the Dahi Handi festivities since the event is celebrated so lavishly everywhere, even in Mumbai. I wish everyone a very happy Janmashtami and pray that Lord Krishna fills your life with much of love, joy, peace, and prosperity,” she said.

The plot of “Kumkum Bhagya” centers on the fascinating turns that Ranbir’s (Krishna Kaul) and Prachi’s (Mugdha Chaphekar) lives take.

In contrast, “Bhagya Lakshmi” centers on Lakshmi, a good-hearted and innocent rural girl who marries Rishi Oberoi (played by Rohit Suchanti), a successful businessman. When Lakshmi discovers the truth about her marriage, things change.

Both programs are shown on ZeeTV.


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