Nikitin Dheer - I used to celebrate Makar Sankranti while growing up with all my family members. We used to gather at my Nani's terrace. All the men used to cook some special mutton, we used to eat that with pav and that used to be our feast for the day. We used to spend all day flying kites, our fingers used to get cut, we used to put band-aid on it and continue. So I have very fond memories.
Arjun Bijlani - I use to love flying kites but now have been shooting during every Sankranti.I use to fly kites with my father when I was younger I would love to that with Ayaan some day. I'm sure he would love it too. Til ke ladoo is what I used to love.
Mohammed Nazim - In north kite flying is very big festival. I eat til ke ladoo and gajak, I know how to fly kites and its great fun. the sight of colourful kites in the sky remind me of my childhood and I always wanted to fly in life so I came to Mumbai to have a career on TV
Aniruddh Dave - In my hometown Jaipur kite flying a big thing. To fly kites in sardi ki dhoop is fun. I love eating pyaaz ki kachori and til ke ladoo on Makar Sakranti is amazing. All the relatives and friends come on the roof together and celebrate for two days and we call it choti Sankrant and badi Sankrant.
Laksh - In Delhi kite flying is a big festival and I used to enjoy flying kites with my friends. My mother gets sweets which I relish especially kaale til ke ladoo. Eating til ke ladoos on Sankranti is a tradition and colorful sky makes one feel very good.
Himmanshoo Malhotra - The fondest memory of Makarsankrati would be visiting Ludhiana where I spent many years of my childhood. With my cousins in Ludhiana in winters we used to have a blast. We used to have a bonfire. We used to enjoy so much, I and my cousins used to throw popcorns in the bonfire. Now things have changed of course because when you stay in Bombay, things are different. Everyone is just busy earning money all the time and working has become really really prime important in your own city especially I belong to Delhi and a hard core punjabi so I miss the festival very much.