Sunday, November 03, 2013
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It's time to celebrate the much loved festival of the year with lots of sweets, delicacies, attractive Diyas, light up houses with Lanterns and beautiful colors of Rangoli. Diwali festival is celebrated across the nation in full swing as it is the only festival consisting of five days with each day celebrated uniquely and joyfully.
Let's see what these TV celebs of Colors channel have to share with us...
Anandi from Ballika Vadhu (Toral Rasputra)
"I won't lie by saying that I will completely refrain from bursting crackers, but yes, I will definitely reduce them keeping in mind the kind of noise pollution that happens during Diwali. On the auspicious occasion of Diwali I wish you all a very happy Diwali and I pray that you get all your endeavors fulfilled as well as you get lots of gifts and sweets from near and dear ones."
Shiv from Balika Vadhu (Siddharth Shukla)
"I remember how as a kid, I would eagerly look forward to celebrating Diwali with loads of crackers, new clothes, sweets & the entire house decorated with diyas & rangolis. This is my time of indulgence with my closed ones as it is the only occasion I get to spend time with my family and close friends. May this Diwali be prosperous and bring happiness to all."
Madhu from Madhubala (Dhrashti Dhami)
"In our country, we are glad that we have lot of festivals to celebrate that bring people together. One of them is Diwali. It's the festival where everyone buys new clothes. I am a shopaholic person; I will be buying lots of dresses this Diwali too. There is joy everywhere. There is a sense of belongingness. I hope the same continues & everyone celebrates it to their fullest. Be Happy & have a safe Diwali."
RK from Madhubala (Vivian Dsena)
"Diwali is a festival of Laxmi puja, lights, lamps, crackers, lots of sweets and happiness. I have some good memories of my childhood days on how we used to celebrate this festival. I think the child in me is still alive and I refuse to be just sitting around during festivals. This is the only time of the year when we can have unrestrained fun and not be reprimanded for acting like a child. Lakshmi Puja forms an integral part of Diwali. Wish you all a Happy Diwali & a prosperous year ahead!"
Mukta from Uttaran (Sreejita De)
"This year I'm planning to go shopping for diyas and other decorative items to decorate my house beautifully. The flicker of the diyas in the house and the display of gorgeous fireworks in the night sky is a truly incredible sight! Hope you all have a wonderful and a bright Diwali! Most importantly be safe and have loads of fun with your family."
from Uttaran (Tina Dutta)
The most exciting thing for me was shopping for the new clothes, diyas, lamps for Diwali. We all participate in Kali Puja. It's splendid to have your close ones around you. May the warmth, color and splendor, that are a part of this auspicious occasion, fill your life with happiness and bright cheer, and bring to you joy and prosperity, for the whole year ahead.
Jaikishan from Sanskaar (Jay Soni)
Diwali is a very special festival to me. This has been a lucky year for me, hence, this Diwali is going to be celebrated with even more fervor. I will spend time with my family and fiance and also pay a visit to the temple. I am planning to buy something really special for my fianc Pooja this Dhanteras! Munching on sweets and other food specialties is something that I enjoy the most during the festive season. May this Diwali bring everyone lots of happiness and a great year ahead! Happy Diwali!
Soham from Bani - Ishq da Kalma (Adhvik
This Diwali will be spent with my family. I am very excited that after a long time I will get to eat home-made food prepared by my mother. We have Lakshmi puja at home, and the entire house will be decorated and lit up with diyas. The thought of playing with fire-works, eating sweets, and being with my family is already making me nostalgia. I hope everyone has a prosperous Diwali with their family filled with happiness.
from Bani - Ishq da Kalma (Neha Bagga)
Diwali is a special festival for everyone. People prepare sweets, make rangoli, light diyas, play with fire-works, buy new clothes and do everything that makes them happy. I will spend the festival with my family as I am going home for two days.I am very excited as I have bought Diwali gifts for my whole family and can't wait to meet them. May everyone be blessed with happiness and well-being to last through the year. Happy Diwali!
Prem from Sasural Simar Ka (Dheeraj Dhoophar)
Diwali is a festival that is all about the family coming together. As kids we used to smear ourselves with sandalwood in the morning and then take a shower, spend our evenings lighting up the entire house with Diyas and lights. We eagerly looked forward to visiting our cousins during Diwali and bursting crackers together. Diwali is all about spending time with your near and dear ones and soaking in the air of festivity.
from Sasural Simar ka (Dipika Samson)
I will be having a aarti at my place with my family and then a couple of friends will be dropping in for dinner after that. I just hope this Diwali will be a safe and happy for everyone. I want to request every parent or adult to take necessary precautions and supervise their kids while they are near crackers and other fire-works.
Bani from Bani - Ishq da Kalma (Shefali Sharma)
In Mumbai, my family are the people with whom I work on the sets. As I am not going home, I will be celebrating Diwali here in Mumbai. I will go shopping with Neha (Rajji) for clothes, accessories and to decorate and light up the house with diyas, garlands etc... I am also going to learn some cooking, to prepare some home-made delicacies, to make me feel like I'm in the comfort of my home. I don't like firecrackers much, but get-togethers, celebrations is what I enjoy the most. I wish that all of you play safe with fire-works. Eat lots of sweets, think happy thoughts and have a sweet Diwali.
Parmeet from Bani - Ishq da Kalma (Gaurav Chadhary)
In Mumbai, my family are the people with whom I work on the sets. As I am not going home, I will be celebrating Diwali here in Mumbai. I will go shopping for clothes, accessories and to decorate and light up the house with diyas, garlands etc. I am also going to learn some cooking, to prepare some home-made delicacies, to make me feel like I'm in the comfort of my home. I don't like firecrackers much, but getting together with my near and dear ones, is what I enjoy the most. I wish that all of you a very happy and safe Diwali.
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