As a tribute, several Republic Day parades are organized in the capital city. Apart from schools, colleges, societies, and institutions across the country hoisted the tricolour and rejoiced the fact that we are the largest democracy on the planet. While most of the country enjoys the Republic Day celebration of 2020, M-town stars couldn’t stay far behind.
Out of most celebrities, Sonalee Kulkarni, Shiv Thakre, Sharad Kelkar, Sayali Sanjeev, and Prajakta Mali, were some Marathi celebrities shared their best wishes for their fans on social media. Each in their own unique way the Marathi celebrities shared their Republic Day 2020 post.
Sonalee Kulkarni topped the ranks with her extravagant outfit of Republic Day! Wearing a tie and dye kurta that depicts our flag colours, Sonalee twirls her way into our hearts this Republic day!
The most stylish man on television and a reality show rockstar Shiv Thakrey too posted his picture with the tricolour of India. The winner of Bigg Boss Marathi Season 2 and the finalist of Roadies, Shiv Thackrey is ruling the hearts of his fans already and now his patriotic post is a cherry on top.
The popular Marathi face who has become a rising star in Bollywood, Sharad Kelkar looked dapper yet desi in his waistcoat and kurti holding a flag in his hand. This early morning picture of the superstar will make you hop out of bed and join the celebrations.
Sayali Sanjeev wears a classy cotton suit in the combination of flag colours and poses in an enigmatic and cheerful picture wishing her fans on this auspicious occasion. Sayali yet again proves she is the queen of ethnic wear.
Looking truly mesmerizing in a virgin white saree, and ethnic jewellery and flowers in hair, Prajakta Mali looks like a mother goddess holding the national flag. This tranquil beauty quotes that, she is proud to be a part of the world’s largest democracy that accommodates every religion, caste, and creed with respect!
Happy Republic Day to Indians across the globe who are united in the spirit of patriotism on the 71st Republic Day! The celebration is in the memory of January 26, 1950, when India adopted the constitution.
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