Telly stars reveal their best Republic Day memory!

New Delhi, Jan. 26 -- TV stars reveal their best Republic Day memory:
India should be corruption free, women's safety should be a subject in schools, and we should work towards prisoners' rights. Favourite memory: I remember going to school for parade in Kolkata. Favourite patriotic film: Border (1997) 
Our country will remain the land of the free only so long as it is the home of the brave. Favourite memory: We celebrated Republic Day by delivering speeches in school, and singing the National Anthem. Favourite patriotic film: Border (1997) 
Care for your country, and contribute to eradicating corruption and pollution. Live in peace and harmony, because we only get one life to live. Favourite memory: Republic Day reminds me of the parade and the flag hoisting ceremony in my school in Ujjain. Favourite patriotic film: Rang De Basanti (2006) 
I request all citizens to keep the country clean, and contribute to the progress of our country. Favourite memory: I used to sing or do a play in school. Once, in the National Cadet Corps' training camp, I sang Mere Desh Ki Dharti. Favourite patriotic film: The Legend of Bhagat Singh (2002) 
[You ought to] do good to your country; your country gave you birth, shelter, and a life to live. Favourite Memory: Since I was in a military school, we used to have a parade and a flag hoisting [ceremony], which I thoroughly enjoyed. Favourite patriotic film: Shaheed Bhagat Singh (1963) 
India should prosper more, which will happen only when the countrymen work towards eradication of poverty and corruption. Favourite memory: I played Jhansi Ki Rani in one of my school plays, and everyone applauded my performance. Favourite patriotic film: Chak De! India (2007)