Ramman Handa – Guddi Padwa is an auspicious day as it’s New Year for Maharashtrians and I always buy something New for myself on this year. So I am planning to get myself a treadmill and a pair of nice shoes as I have taken an oath to live for myself and focus on my physique to stay happy and healthy. I shall eat a special gur ice cream and sweet rice made up of jaggery.
Jasmin Bhasin – Gudi Padwa also known as Padwa is celebrated by people across the state of Maharashtra as the Marathi New Year. Maharashtrian women wear a kashta or a nauvari — a nine-yard saree tucked at the back, while the men are dressed in a kurta-pyjama and sport a saffron or red turban. I’ll be wearing a traditional dress.
Sheena Bajaj – I will wear a Chaniya Choli from my favorite designer. The festival of Gudi Padwa is right on the weekend, and being a part of the city we celebrate every festival with grandeur. It is believed that Lord Brahma created the universe from utter chaos on this very auspicious day.
Ankit Gera – I have not planned anything special but I am shooting on such an auspicious day. I have a lot of Maharashtrian friends who will get sweets for me.
Ssharad Malhotraa- Gudi Padwa is a good festival. I am not a Maharashtrian but have a lot of Maharashtrian friends so I would visit few friends post shoot and wish them.