It’s said, “Where there is a woman, there is magic”. Such has been the vibe on the sets of Sony SAB’s Tera Kya Hoga Alia, where Harshad Arora (Alok) was seen making a sweet gesture to make the day special by wishing every woman on the set, handing them a rose as a token of respect, love and appreciation.
The power ladies on Tera Kya Hoga Alia, Anusha Mishra (Alia), Priyanka Purohit (Tara), Smita Singh (Durga), Jhumaa Mitra (Abha) and every single woman who is a part of the production team, were touched by the gesture.
Harshad, sharing his thoughts on Woman’s Day said, “I believe women are the power house of this country and all around the world. They are the creators who deserve to be celebrated not just on Women’s Day but all around the year. I wanted to make every woman on the set feel special on Women’s Day so I thought of showing my respect, gratitude and appreciation to every single one of them by giving them a rose. It made me so happy to bring a smile on everyone’s face and thank them for all the contribution they make to put this show on the ladder of success. To all our female viewers and fans, I wish you all a Happy Women’s Day and for all the men, all I would like to say is stop wishing, start respecting.”
Anusha Mishra, talking about Harshad’s gesture said, “I was touched by Harshad’s gesture and watching him give roses to all the women in our production team and the cast was totally sweet. The entire vibe changed on the set as we all felt special on Women’s Day. While I believe Women’s Day is every day, Harshad did make it a point to make it extra special.”
Priyanka Purohit, expressing her thoughts said, “While I was not on the sets, I really appreciate this gesture by Harshad and I feel this should become a sweet trend on every set during Women’s Day. All the women should be celebrated by both men and women not just this day but every day. This Women’s Day, I would like to say that when women support each other, incredible things happen. So all the women out there, believe in yourself and strive harder for what you believe in.”