The Diwali festive season has begun and the film and TV industry is always at the forefront when it comes to celebrations. This year, however, the COVID-19 epidemic and subsequent lockdowns have hampered celebrations, forcing celebrities to mute. Celebrations may be silent, but may not bring joy and a festive mood.
This Diwali 2020, let’s listen to some popular faces of the television industry and understand how they will celebrate the festival of lights this year.
Amar Upadhyay from Morocco as Virendra Pratap Singh
“The festival of Diwali is to gather with family and friends, to cool down and relax with them. Every year I visit my relatives’ place, but this year I am busy shooting for Molki. Also I am planning to cook for my family and Enjoy a delicious meal with them. I don’t really believe in bursting fireworks, not only because I’m an environmentalist, but also because I think the festival lights, sweets and more together. “
Priyal Mahajan as Molakki to Purvi
“Diwali is a beautiful festival of lights and colors, during which I enjoy spending time with my family and close friends. This year I will be busy shooting my show Molki, so it will be difficult for me to spend more time with them. Is. ” Every year, I urge everyone to support the environment by celebrating cracker free Diwali. I look forward to enjoying homemade desserts of every size, shape and taste! “
Avinesh Rekhi alias Sarabjit of Choti Sardar
“Due to the current Kovid situation, we need to maintain social distance and so we cannot celebrate the festival like before. I have planned something special for my family this Diwali. I have bought secret gifts for my wife and children, and after Lakshmi Puja. The best part is that they know they’ll get special gifts, and they’re trying to find out what’s in store for them, but it’s amazing and I’m sure they’ll love their gifts! “
Kaur Ahluwalia alias Mehr, a descendant of Chhoti Sardar
“For me, Diwali doesn’t just mean waking up the house with diyas, decorating it with flowers or making elaborate rangolis. I personally love gorging on sweets, especially besan laddu so much that I am also thinking of making ladu myself. If I’m not working, I’ll make them and surprise the little Sardar’s cast and crew, with some awesome besan laddu made by me during Diwali! “
Barrister Babu’s entry Mishra alias Anirudh
“I have always celebrated cracker free Diwali. Mostly because they make a lot of noise and bring pollution. My idea of celebrating Diwali is to spend time with close friends and family members. I am a very private person and I am close. Enjoy. Celebrations instead of a big party. “
Barrister Babuni urara Bhatnagar alias Bondita
“I love to light fireworks on Diwali but this year due to the current situation I want to follow the rules, laws and maintain social distance. I remember last year I helped my mother in making sweets for Diwali and sharing them with our neighbors. It was really special to me because it was the first time I learned how to make and how to make sweets with the help of my mother. I want this opportunity and wish all my fans a very happy and cracker free Diwali. “
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