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How Raksha Bandhan scared Arjun Kapoor

Though it’s special for most, some men still fear the festival. Here are tips and memories from three B-Town actors

bollywood Updated: Aug 10, 2014 17:01 IST
Shalvi Mangaokar
Shalvi Mangaokar
Hindustan Times
Arjun Kapoor,Ayushmann Khurranna,Saquib Saleem
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Raksha Bandhan is a special day for every brother-sister duo. It’s a day when brothers pamper their sisters with gifts.



Strangely, there also are men who fear this day.



They fear that a girl they have a crush on may tie them a rakhi and prefer staying within the confines of their house. Keeping this in mind, we asked some of our B-Town stars on their take on such instances.



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Arjun Kapoor

"If you like a girl, and she is tying you a rakhi, you, obviously won’t allow it. Avoid being around that day. There’s no need to be a

bhaiya

(brother) when you don’t feel like being one."



Ayushmann Khurrana

"A girl who wants to tie you a

rakhi

is definitely not interested in you. What’s the need to fear her and run away? Enjoy the bond."

Saqib Saleem
"When I was in school, I used to fear this day because I didn’t want the girl I had a crush on to tie me a rakhi. A close friend has been through such a situation, and we still laugh about it."

First Published: Aug 10, 2014 16:45 IST