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Bollywood’s Diwali Plans & Wishes




What are  Bollywoodian  thinking and doing this  Diwali?

Sanjay  Leela Bhansali:  “The film industry lost its brightest  light this   year. With Latabai  gone  just  a few months ago, Diwali doesn’t seem  festive this  year.”

Saif Ali Khan:  “A small puja with the family at home, and there is a dinner on 23  October with the  Kapoors and Khans, my wife Kareena’s family and my family.”

Janhvi Kapoor: “It’s a working Diwali for me. I am prepping in cricket training, promoting my  film Mili , and shooting.”

Taapsee Pannu:  “I am spending Diwali  with my family here in Mumbai this time. So it’s time for rangolis, deeyas, prayers and a full-on feast at home.”

Hema Malini: “Diwali is always with the family for me. I wish everyone  would  do the same. Be home  with the family and keep the  country safe  from crime at least for one day devoted to  light and  happiness.”

Neil Nitin Mukesh. “I am in  Kanpur with the whole family to celebrate  Diwali with  my sister Neha. It is  my daughter Nurvi’s first  Diwali in  Kanpur, so  extra-special.”

Urmila  Matondkar: “I absolutely love the Festival of Lights. Love it more  for lights, diyaas and sweets not as much for the noisy crackers. Hopefully  people will consider their surroundings, environment ,etc and use  crackers sensibly.”

Swara Bhaskar: “Since there has  been a death in  the family, there will be  no celebration at home. I may attend my friend Sonam Kapoor Ahuja’s Diwali  party.”

Shatrughan  Sinha:  “The  last two years have not been kind  to  any of us. Celebration  toh dur ki baad, logon ko khana khane ke liye paise nahin (forget  celebration, people  didn’t even money for meals). Now things are  relatively  normal, so this is  the first  normal  Diwali  in three years.So be happy and  enjoy. For us Diwali is  family time. Puja  at home with my twin sons and  the two Laxmi Devis in my life, my daughter and  my wife.”

Asha Parekh:  “Diwali used to be  a time for get-togethers and  festivity. Now  especially after  Covid , it;s  all gone. For me   it is  very quiet Diwali this year with maybe just a dinner with close friends.Let’s be  kind towards  pets  and no burst crackers.”

Pooja Bhatt:  ” “I have cats an   dogs at home who shiver and cower and hide under the bed as the firecrackers start during Diwali . It is heartbreaking to see them that way . I feel helpless. I can’t do anything to ease their agony except wait for the noise to end.”

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