Actor Harsh Rajput Indulges his Childhood Memories linked to Republic Day

In our nation, January 26 is recognized as Republic Day. India officially ratified its constitution on this day in 1950, making it a fully autonomous nation. Great men like B. R. Ambedkar and the other freedom fighters who fought and gave their lives for our country’s independence helped bring about the Constitution, which is the fundamental law of the land. As a result, the 26th of January was made a national holiday and has since been honoured as India’s Republic Day.

Sharing his memories surrounding the day, Harsh Rajput says, "The nip in the air and chilly weather was never a deterrent on this day. As a child, I would wake up early in the morning to celebrate the day with a lot of fervour. R-Day was all about hoisting the Indian tricolour, participating in co-curricular activities at school and watching the Republic Day parade on TV at home. One could easily notice the spark of patriotism in our eyes and our voices brimming with patriotic zeal.”

Harsh has been loved for his role of Rakshit "Rocky" opposite Jiya Shankar and Nyra Banerjee in  TV show Pishachini. Harsh Rajput made his television debut with Dharti Ka Veer Yodha Prithviraj Chauhan on StarPlus. He has also starred in shows like Dharm Veer, Hitler Didi and Crazy Stupid Ishq where he landed his first lead role. Harsh has also featured in several episodic shows such as Pyaar Tune Kya Kiya and Yeh Hai Aashiqui, Saath Nibhaana Saathiya.

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