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Happy Children's day: Shilpa Shetty, Mira Rajput & other Bollywood celebs say 'Keep the child in you alive'

Children's day is celebrated on the 14th of November every year on the birth anniversary of Pt Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of India. He is remembered to have adored little kids who fondly addressed him as 'Chacha Nehru'. The day is celebrated with great pomp and show. Here's how Bollywood celebrities are celebrating the day.

India TV Entertainment Desk Written by: India TV Entertainment Desk New Delhi Updated on: November 14, 2021 16:02 IST
Happy Children's day, Shilpa Shetty
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Happy Children's day: Shilpa Shetty, other Bollywood celebs say 'Keep the child in you alive'

Today (November 14), we celebrate Children's Day aka Bal Diwas. The day also marks the birth anniversary of the first Prime Minister of India Jawaharlal Nehru. Not only kids but also Bollywood celebrities celebrate the day with great pomp and show. Giving out the message of 'Keeping the child in you alive,' Shilpa Shetty took to her Instagram and dropped an awwdorable video with son Viaan and wrote, "Always keep the child in you alive! Happy Children’s Day! #HappyChildrensDay #ViaanRajKundra #kids #children #blessed #love."

Mira Rajput marked Children's Day by sharing a picture of her daughter Misha. Taking to Instagram, the star wife shared a picture of Misha sitting on a tree and looking up at the sun. "The light of our lives, Happy Children’s Day today and every day my babies (heart emoji) And one day you will learn true patience when you’re sleepy and the lights are turned on at 6:30am. #thisislove #childrensday," she captioned the post. 

Soha Ali Khan took to her Instagram handle and shared super cute pictures of her husband and actor Kunal Kemmu along with their daughter Inaaya. "The many faces of childhood #happychildrensday @kunalkemmu #roadtrip," she wrote in the caption.

 

Author and filmmaker Tahira Kashyap Khurrana shared a heartwarming post encapsulating her journey as a mother as well as a filmmaker. Making her directorial debut with the short film 'Toffee', tracing the life of children to now directing her first feature film 'Sharmajee Ki Beti', which also has children playing a very important part, Tahira shares kids have always inspired her. Depicting the regular yet special moments from her kids' lives, Tahira shared a video playing 'Bachpan' from her debut venture 'Toffee' saying, "I have always been inspired by children...their soul, energy, innocence, perception and it needs to be nurtured and protected."

On the occasion, Saba Ali Khan shared cute post featuring all her nephews and nieces. She took to Instagram Stories to share a collage of her pictures with Ibrahim Ali Khan, Sara Ali Khan, Taimur Ali Khan, Jehangir Ali Khan and Inaaya Naumi Kemmu. "Happy Children's Day. Stay safe," she captioned the post.

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Diana Penty dropped a cute, nerdy picture of her childhood days, in which she can be seen dressed in a blue and white dress with frills and polka dots. "I'll take a one-way ticket back to the '90s, please. #HappyChildrensDay," she captioned the post.

Farhan Akhtar shared a beautiful picture of his daughters Shakya and Akira Akhtar on his Instagram handle. Along with the photo, he wrote, "A world in which they can stay curious and always smiling. We owe them that much at least. Happy Children's Day. @chatdelalune @akiraakhtar."

Children's day is celebrated on the 14th of November every year on the birth anniversary of Pt Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of India. He is remembered to have adored little kids who fondly addressed him as 'Chacha Nehru'. The day is celebrated across the country to raise awareness on various issues related to children including their education, child rights, abuse, etc.

On this today, many schools organise many cultural programmes with teachers performing songs and dances for their students. Different kinds of institutions conduct competitions for children as well.

 

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