Quite a few Marathi celebs are taking the occasion of Navratri to celebrate womanhood. While Tejaswini Pandit has been dedicating her posts to corona warriors, Amruta Dhongade has opted to highlight various facets of a woman. Swwapnil Joshi has been dedicating his social media posts to honour women in his life. After sharing appreciation posts to his mother and wife, he wrote a heartfelt note for his daughter Mayraa on the third day of Navratri .
Swwapnil shared that he always felt certain beliefs about the daughter-father relationship to be a bit overrated, but when he first held his daughter, he started to believe that they were true. He added, “Myraa, it is not the day to tell what you mean to me or how much joy you bring to me. But let me tell you that your strength, compassion and impact on my life is immense. You are too young to exhibit the quality of a woman. But the way you ask if I’m okay when I’m back home or take my care, it only comes from a woman’s heart, and this you’ve been doing since the age of three. Thank you Myraa for coming into my life and making it more beautiful, more fun and magical.”
Swwapnil in his previous posts, which he dedicated to his wife Leena, he expressed, “You are my wife, my immunity booster, hardcore critic, and the backbone of my family. Keep inspiring me with your madness,” (sic). Also, in the post dedicated to his mother, he wrote that his mother is his biggest strength.