Be it working on Diwali or going to their hometowns, the cast of Siddharth Kumar Tewary and Rahul Kumar Tewary’s Mahakaali– Anth Hi Arambh Hai, plan to celebrate an amazing Diwali, this year.
Falaq Naaz – I will visit my friends and my brother this Diwali. My family and my friends think that I resemble the fountain in Diwali. When it bursts, everyone looks at it in awe. But personally, I think I am a rocket because when I get angry, I burst and people watch me in silence.
Abhishek Awasthi – I wanted to go home and celebrate Diwali with my whole family and friends. But due to my shoot, I won’t be able to go. I’m going to celebrate here only in Mumbai with my fiance Ankita and her family. But I am seriously going to miss home.
Sourabh Raaj Jain – I will be celebrating at home with my family, along with the new arrivals. My best Diwali memories have to be those that I celebrated during my childhood in Delhi. My friends and I used to come together for a complete dhamaal. To me, as it’s a festival of lights, it signifies positivity, prosperity and winning over negative thoughts.
Vishal Nayak – I stay with my family and we always have a small puja at home on Laxmi puja day. Also, my mom prepares lots of sweets like chakli, ladoos, chivda and much more. So we savour them. We also draw rangolis outside our doors and light diyas. And then on next day, we have a family get-together to celebrate and exchange gifts and pleasantries.
Nikita Sharma – Usually, I used to celebrate Diwali with my family in Delhi but this time I am celebrating in Mumbai because I am shooting a hectic Laxmi sequence for Mahakaali. I will exploring Laxmi ji’s journey. I believe this is the most prosperous Hindu festival, so definitely, I am going to do Laxmi puja and pray for everyone’s peace, prosperity and happiness.
Pratham Kunwar – With the blessing of goddess Mahalaxmi, I have moved into a new space and it’s my first Diwali at my new home. It’s going to be special for me. I will do Laxmi Puja as well as Satyanarayan Puja. This Diwali, I want to lighten up the faces of my family members, friends and staff and have bought small gifts for each one of them. Also, I support a pollution free, noise free Diwali. Seasons Greetings to one and all.
Kanan Malhotra – This festival of the lights is celebrated throughout the country with such enthusiasm. I love the way the whole city dazzles. This year, I am planning to host a cards party at my residence with all my friends and family. I am sure we will have a blast. I would urge everyone to avoid firecrackers and be sensitive to animals on the street.
Pooja Sharma – Diwali is a festival that I love to celebrate with my family every year. This year, I am flying back to Delhi for a day to be with my family on this joyous occasion. We will be lighting diyas at home and making rangoli. We will be doing Puja in the evening.
Arjun Singh – Diwali comes with so much festivity and celebration. Our expectations and happiness level automatically rises for a few days. Right from cleaning the house, decorating them, wearing new clothes to gifts, sweets and celebrations are all a part of it. Since years, Indians have been celebrating this festival with a lot of enthusiasm and love. Other than being a colourful festival, Diwali is a delight that brings people closer, be it family, friends or relatives. This time, I am going back to my hometown to celebrate this beautiful occasion with my mother because without her blessing and wishes, no occasion is complete. So I will be with my mom to cherish this beautiful occasion. Moreover, the value of tradition and rituals goes higher when we get the blessings of our elders. On behalf of me and my family, I wish everyone a very happy and prosperous Diwali. May this festival embrace your life and future.
Jai Harsh Vardhan Dhull – As everyone knows, Diwali is celebrated to mark the triumph of good over evil. The topmost reason for me to love this festival is that this is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs and Newar Buddhists together. The festival symbolises the victory of light over darkness, knowledge over ignorance, good over evil, hope over despair. It teaches us all the good things and makes everyone forget about all the bad things and to let go of grudges. This year, I was planning to celebrate Diwali with my family in Chandigarh but due to work commitments, I won’t be able to go. I’ve shoots going on and I am really happy that I’ll be celebrating the festival of lights with the people who’re lightening up my world. The set of my show is my second home and I’m very excited to be celebrating with them. I know that this Diwali will be memorable for me. Wish you all the happiness and prosperity on the occasion. Have a lovely time with your loved ones. Lots of love and blessings.
Manish Bishla – Diwali is not just about avoiding firecrackers and cutting down on sweets. There are ways to still have fun and make the most of the festive season!The festival of lights — Deepavali, or Diwali — celebrates the victory of good over evil. The lighting of diyas on a dark, moonless night signifies the end of all things negative. This festival, if celebrated in the traditional sense, has little to do with fireworks. So instead of polluting the environment with them, I’ll celebrate a green Diwali, this year.