Joined: 26 November 2009
Despite their busy schedules, actors from the TV industry are extremely excited about Diwali. Here, they share their experiences and tell us how they plan to celebrate the special day this year.
"I have always loved the festival of lights. Making rangolis and bursting crackers is so much fun! The different varieties of sweets that are made at home make this my time of indulgence. This is the only time in the year I get to bond with my family and close friends. Of course, as always, the celebrations depend on our shoot schedule. Hope we wrap up soon."
"Though Diwali is about happiness and revelry, the one thing I don't like about it is the noise pollution. As a kid, my brothers and I once decided to buy crackers and then sell them to others at a higher rate, and make profits. We made a lot of money that year, and bought fancier crackers. It was the best Diwali ever."
Joined: 23 June 2012
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