TV Actors Talk About Their Diwali Celebration Plans

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TV Actors Talk About Their Diwali Celebration Plans
Divyanka Tripathi
Divyanka Tripathi

Divyanka Tripathi – I support noise free and eco-friendly Diwali.This Diwali for 4-5 days I will be visiting my friends in Mumbai but on Diwali I will be in Bhopal. The only Diwali ritual but which is close to my heart is visiting my Dada ji’s place where entire family gathers. Every year My Dada ji does all the Pooja and we all actually queue up to take prasad and aashirwad from him. This year too I am looking forward to do the same. .

Ravi Dubey
Ravi Dubey

Ravi Dubey – I do support noise free Diwali .I used to burst crackers when I was a kid but now I have stopped bursting crackers because it harms our environment. We are spending this Diwali with our family as usual. I especially like this festival as everyone takes time out of their busy schedule and meet family and friends to socialize. I buy silver or gold coins every year. This year I will do the same.

Shivin Narang
Shivin Narang

Shivin Narang – I do believe in noise free Diwali.Old people and animals suffer because of crackers.So I would request everyone not to burst crackers that harms our environment.This Diwali I intend going out of Mumbai for 15 days first time after I shifted to Mumbai. After that I intend to go to Singapore with family as in case of Singapore one gets Visa easily and not much planning is needed. After coming from Singapore, I want to attend a friend’s wedding in Delhi too. I will binge on variety of home cooked delicacies, sweets and chaat of Delhi. Long breaks are rare for an actor.

Rashami Desai
Rashami Desai

Rashami Desai – I believe in noise free and eco-friendly Diwali.Why to waste time on crackers? So many accidents happens because of crackers and it causes noise pollution as well.I don’t have specific plans for Diwali.My mother, sister-in-law and I cook delicious sweets and other Diwali snacks together. We all sit for puja together and enjoy decorating the house.

Gunjan Utreja
Gunjan Utreja

Gunjan Utreja – I will be celebrating Diwali with my entire family in Chandigarh. The rituals remain the same, puja, mithai and music. This year I am supporting a cause of “cracker-free diwali” and I am also promoting an NGO which is selling diyas and other decorations. The NGO supports women education. I would request people not to waste money on crackers and instead light up someone’s life. Our family is not into gifts for occasions. God has been very kind to us in blessing us with more than what we need. As a family we will support education of five more girls till college.

Vivian Dsena
Vivian Dsena

Vivian Dsena – I celebrate every festival with my family. Basically, every festival is family time. My wife and I enjoy decorating our house and prepare for Laxmi puja. Every year I gift something to my wife or buy something for my parents. I pray to the Goddess to keep us all blessed.I want to say everyone that we should believe in noise free Diwali.The crackers not only create pollution they also disturb our peace and that of the animals too.Dangerous cracker burning should be banned and only small ones should be used.

Shashank Vyas
Shashank Vyas

Shashank Vyas- I do believe in noise free Diwali. Bursting harmful crackers is not good for old people,animals and our environment. This is the first Diwali I am going to celebrate at my own place in Mumbai. It is very special. The best thing about Diwali is meeting friends with smiles and sweets and lights all around. I remember I used to help my mom in the kitchen when she used to make Diwali snacks. I miss those moments. Now we buy sweets and snacks from markets, the same things are there but the feeling is not as it was before.

Mohammad Nazim
Mohammad Nazim

Mohammad Nazim- I do agree that we should have a noise free Diwal.I stop bursting crackers.So I request everyone not to burst crackers that harms old people,animals and our environment.I haven’t planned anything yet. I would probably celebrate Diwali with my friends.I do clean my house and buy new things for my house and gifts for my family and friends.

Ssharad Malhotraa
Ssharad Malhotraa

Ssharad Malhotraa – I do believe in noise free and eco friendly Diwali.Mumbai already suffers from noise and air pollution.So we as a good citizen should take care of our environment.Like every year this year too I am looking forward to buy something for the house, may be an artifact, a painting, cutlery, piece of furniture or I may even gift myself the latest gadget available in the market. Last year I bought some gold as markets were on a high and it was the best to time invest. May Goddess Laxmi’s blessings be always there with me and my dear ones. She has blessed me in abundance and please continue doing so.

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