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Jai, jai Maharashtra majha

DNMUM243427 | 5/1/2012 | Author : Team DNA | WC :473 | Mumbai

It’s Maharastra Day today! It’s also a day synonymous with Labour Day around the world. Celebs tell After Hrs what the day has come to mean to them on the 52nd year of the State...

On Maharashtra Day, I think we should be proud of our state and our country and make the country proud as well. I am hoping and praying and looking forward to a better tomorrow for all of us. Jai Hind, Jai Maharashtra.— Lata Mangeshkar, Singer

What makes Maharashtra Day special is that it’s not religion specific, but state specific and I’m sure each and every one of us living here  feels proud to belong to a state which is so tolerant and forward in every sphere, be it economically or socially. But more than anything, Maharashtra is really a state of dreams and so many of us would vouch that our dreams have indeed come true here.— Riteish Deshmukh, Actor

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