We all remember being excited about Valentine's Day, our first crushes and till today have some plans or the other on Valentine's Day. Now let's see whether the super talented and beautiful TV actors also have any plans for this year and what do they remember from their childhood crushes!
Shashank Vyas: My most memorable Valentine Day is when I was in college when me and my friends used to enjoy a lot. About my first crush --- it was my English teacher in primary school. She was very well spoken and very young as compared to the other teachers. She was a tall, fair woman and I still remember her fondly.
Rashami Desai: My first crush was my Maths sir. I used to hate Math but I used to pay attention because of him. My most memorable Valentine was during my college days, when I used to celebrate all days like rose day, teddy day and others with my mom. I would give her gifts and then we both would go out.
Mohammad Nazim: My first crush was my class teacher in school in tenth standard. She was very beautiful and intelligent. And, my most memorable Valentine's day was with my first girlfriend. I remember we went to a restaurant and had a candle light dinner with rose fragrance all around; it was mesmerising.
Ssharad Malhotraa: My first crush was my girlfriend in school. She was very cute. The Valentine day I celebrated with all my friends who had come to meet me in Mumbai, has to be my most special one because I introduced them to my special friend and I was damn happy then.
Sudeep Sahir: My wife Anantica and I had just starting dating. She was going to Southampton for her MBA in the same year, so we wouldn't have been together on Valentine's that year. But I planned something different. Since those were the initial days of my career, I wasn't earning much. Still, I saved money and booked myself on a flight to UK to surprise her. I landed straight outside her University waiting for her to come out. I cannot forget the look when she saw me! It made everything worth it. My first crush though, happened when I was in 2nd standard. It was my teacher Ms Gandhi. I have some lovely memories of her too. She was so caring and loving. I still remember that she used to wear this distinct perfume. My mother still reminds me that, as a kid, whenever I was asked who I'd like to marry, I would say Sujata Gandhi Ma'am!
Mrunal Jain: My most memorable valentine was with wife Sweety, when I took her out for a special dinner. We had a lovely time because that moment was extremely romantic. My first crush was my English teacher. She had beautiful eyes and lovely, long hair. She used to like me and my childlike innocence, and I too felt like I was in love with her.