TV actors share their `badtameez dil` moments
Mumbai: From buying roses worth 10 paise for their mother to surprising their girlfriend with a karaoke session, Indian TV stars had many memorable "Badtameez dil" moments.
Small screen celebrities like Sangeeta Ghosh and Ruslaan Mumtaz have shared their "badtameez dil" moments. Here`s what they have to say:
Sangeeta Ghosh (Saachi in `Kehta Hai Dil...Jee Le Zara`): "My most special `badtameez dil` moment was when I cooked for my husband for the very first time. I was planning to prepare kheer (rice pudding) for him. It was my very first cooking endeavour. I decorated the kheer and kept it in the refrigerator. When it was time to be served, I realised it had turned into a solid form like a kulfi. But, to my surprise my husband relished the dish and also praised me for it."
Ruslaan Mumtaz (DV from `...Jee Le Zara`): "Once I had invited my girlfriend home saying I`m having a house party. The truth was I was home alone and there wasn`t any party. Initially, when she realised about the prank she was a bit hesitant, but I was quick enough to organise a karaoke session and surprised her. I sang songs for her all night and we had a lovely time. That was the most special `badtameez dil` moment of my life."
Aishwarya Sakhuja (Shikha Gupta from `Mein Na Bhoolungi`): "My first `badtameez dil` moment was when as a model I planned to save money for my first fixed deposit account. I had promised my dad that I would invest that money and after achieving the target I ended up blowing all of it on my first Prada handbag."
Jaaved Jaaferi (judge of "Boogie Woogie"): "When my wife was nine months pregnant, I took her with me on my back for a walk on the Carter Road in the rains. It was a `badtameez dil` moment for me, my wife and also for my kid."
Ravi Behl (judge of "Boogie Woogie"): "The `badtameez dil` moment I had was on Valentine`s Day when my girlfriend was expecting gifts and I didn`t give her anything. When the clock struck 12, I landed at her place and gave her loads of gifts and said that I do not need a Valentine`s Day to show my love for you."
Naved Jafri ("Boogie Woogie" judge): "I had a very unique and special `badtameez dil` moment during my childhood. It was for my mother. I had bought roses for my mother for 10 paise when I had no pocket money. In fact, I have never done anything for my girlfriend in `badtameez dil` style."