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On World Television Day- let’s know the impact TV put on celebrities

By Gagan Bhullar . 21st November 2020 05:00pm
On World Television Day- let’s know the impact TV put on celebrities

In recognition of the increasing impact television has on decision-making by bringing world attention to conflicts and threats to peace and security and its potential role in sharpening the focus on other major issues, including economic and social issues, 21 November proclaimed as World Television Day.
Television continues to be the single largest source of video consumption. Though screen sizes have changed, and people create, post, stream and consume content on different platforms, the number of households with television sets around the world continues to rise. The interaction between emerging and traditional forms of broadcast creates a great opportunity to raise awareness about the important issues facing our communities and our planet.
On this World Television Day- Many TV stars share their thoughts regarding the impact of Television on their careers and life.

Angad Hasija from Tera Rang Chadeya- I was just 17 when I joined TV, and I can definitely credit my all growth to tv industry. I am just so grateful that audience accepted my all characters and I am still working on TV.

Harsimran Oberoi from Khasma Nu Khaani- From Harsimran to Desho, real to reel journey has been not only smooth but as beautiful as can be. Working on TV makes me connected to every household. And whenever, I receive appreciation for that, I feel like I have achieved everything.

Kanwalpreet Singh from Vilaiyti Bhabhi- We all are grown watching TV, and the impact the stories have on us can not be explained in words. I am just blessed that I started my career on TV. I am so thankful for audience to love us in the show and shower their blessings.