Some friends come into our lives for a reason while some are only for a season. Then there are those friends who are neither for any reason nor for any season. They have been in our lives forever, purely because they love us for who we are. They are the ones who walk with us in good times or bad, hold no judgment and accept us for who we truly are. Those are our Best-Friends-Forever! So, this BFF Day, TV actors show us who their BFF is and share adorable secrets about their friendships.
Kamna Pathak, the Dabang Rajesh of & TV’s Happu Ki Ultan Paltan shares a dabang photograph with her BFF Komal Sirwani.
Since then, the definition of friendship changed for me entirely. Komal used to plan surprises for me during my birthday week.
She baked cakes, made my favourite Atte ka Halwa, bought my favourite dress and a matching one for herself. This joyride of 10 years in Mumbai wouldn’t & have been so much fun without Komal. She was the one who introduced me to several different types of cakes, the nightlife here in the city and was always there in my tough times. I guess that’s what you call a BFF – someone who stays with you no matter what.
Nirbhay Wadhwa, the Bali of & TV’s Kahat Hanuman Jai Shri Ram shares a decade-long friendship with his best friend Vinit Mudgil, “My best friend Vinit Mudgil is almost like family to me. We go long back, more than 10 years I suppose. Luck so had it that both our careers called us to Mumbai. Vinit is very well established in Mumbai and we’re always together.
Although there never is a financial crunch as such, but we share that bond when if either one of us ever need financial aid of any kind, we just ask away without holding any bars! He is doing supremely well in his career and I feel so proud of him. Even today if he finds my room untidy, he’ll come and clear it and keep everything in a prim and proper manner! Aisa BFF kaha milega batao?”
TV’s Gudiya, Sarika Bahroliya from Gudiya Hamari Sabhi Pe Bhari, shares a very sweet picture with her BFF Anjali Bahroliya who also happens to be her cousin sister. Talking about their childhood memories Sarika says, “My BFF is my cousin sister. She is my first friend in fact. We both have grown up together in Gwalior. She has always been the wiser one, but still we share the same mindset, thought process and stories. We are really close; we share everything between us. As kids we used to be so naughty. We often used to make up stories to go out, woh mere naam se aur mein uske naam se. Our parents just knew we were lying, but that’s the fun, right?
We have shared the best times together. Even today, if I need anything, she is always there by me, supporting me. We find happiness in each other’s happiness. Missing her so much today!”