Swara Bhaskar, Sonakshi Sinha and other Bollywood celebs talk about their Santas'
Bollywood's Santas» Industry artistes on who showers them with gifts, inspiration and affection all year round
My [late] mother and father are my Santa Clauses. They taught me the art of giving. I feel their presence in the appreciation and love that I get for my deeds. Even though they are not physically present, I feel their guidance in my instinct and conscience.
It's definitely my sister [Shilpa Shetty Kundra]. No matter how busy she is, she is always there for me. Every year, I make a list, and let her know what I want. Come Christmas, whether I've been naughty or nice, I have always been rewarded. She is my friend, mentor and my super sexy Santa too.
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My father, Sardaar Sarabjit Singh, is my Santa Claus. He's the most hard-working person I've seen. [Being a mechanical engineer] he would travel for months on work, so that he could provide my younger sister and me with the best.
Every child that makes me smile, and every listener who expresses his/her love for my music, is my Santa. I celebrate Christmas every day. With my current bearded look, I think I am also starting to resemble Santa.
The Santa in my life is Gulzar saab. He is full of life. Every time I meet him, he gifts me a wonderful book. He brings a smile to my face. I wish the world had more people like him.
My dad [Shatrughan Sinha] has been my Santa Claus. He would travel for work often, and whenever he returned, he was never empty-handed. Dad would always bring back a doll, or the latest toy, or a souvenir.
My parents have been my Santas, always getting me gifts when I least expect to receive any. And now, Sonam Kapoor and my Nil Battey Sannata director, Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari, play that role. Both are constantly spoiling me.
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