Raima and Riya Sen are coming together…and as sisters…in Vicky Chopra’s Seasons Greetings. The episodic film directed by Vicky Chopra will apparently have six stories all coming together in unexpected ways.

The two sisters are not too willing to discuss the project.Raima shooting in Italy says, “Yes, Riya and I are finally coming together as sisters. But I’m yet to hear the script, though I’ve given the nod. Though she’s quite mad we’re very much alike in most respects.” Riya speaking about the project earlier has said, “Raima and I stay together in Mumbai. There is not a thing that we don’t share. All our friends are common. If she likes someone, so do I. And if I dislike someone, she doesn’t have a choice.

Our friends say we should’ve been twins.” The sisters had offers earlier to act together. “But we were pretty sure that if and when we come together, it would have to be as sisters,” said Riya. Interestingly, when Shilpa and her sis Shamita came together, it was to play soutens in Deepak Tijori’s Fareb.

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The biggest thing I’ve learnt from my mother is patience and to respect other people’s space. Also, to be strong-willed! She has also taught my sister and I not to make the mistakes she made in her career. She has brought up both of us as independent women capable of taking our own decisions.

Where do I begin? My mom has taught me compassion, generosity of spirit, and not to make an issue out of everything in life. I’ve inherited my taste in clothes from her. Above all, she has taught me acting and how to approach a role.
What have I learnt from mom? Everything! Most of all I’ve learnt the importance of dignity in my conduct. She also taught me never to let anyone trample on my self-respect.

My mom has taught me to try and be a good human being.

My mother’s motto in life was simple – work hard and reach the goal. She made sure I follow that goal and reach where she dreamt I would. Not everyone is lucky enough to have a mother like mine. I’ve been lucky to be her daughter. Even if I am half as good as my mother to my daughters, I’m happy.

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