COVID-19 has changed the way we celebrate world special days and festivals by banning travel as well as spontaneous social gatherings. But where there is a will, there is usually a way. And Zee Theater artists are believed to be preparing to celebrate Diwali among the new commoners.
Shweta Basu Prasad, the lead of a teleplay called Gudiya Ki Shaadi, is reminded of making rangoli with her mother during Diwali, decorating the house with flowers, candles, dice and fairy lights and filling the earthen bowl with sweets. He says, “Diwali is a festival of light and positivity and I wish everyone a very happy, prosperous and safe celebration, but my guess is, this year we will celebrate at home or Zoom Call. I don’t think any of us Will go out and neither will we. We must follow safety protocols and not increase pollution by exploding fireworks, especially during an epidemic. “
He goes on to say, “We must accept the challenges we are facing now and become stronger as a society. For me, I believe in sharing sweets and gifts not only with my family and friends but also with those in need.” This year seems to have been especially difficult for many people as we must do everything we can to help bring a little joy and light into their lives. A lot of people are out of work and not Dawn. ‘They don’t have enough money to go to their respective villages.Please help them because it would make more sense to spread a little smile than spend money on fireworks and uncertainties.I hope next year is wonderful for everyone Is. “
Ahna Kumara, who plays Zee Theater’s Sir Sarla, says, “When you’re away from home, party and we attended a small town hotel during the shooting last year. This year, I’m at home so I’ll manage. A small family dinner. There will be, but during the epidemic we have to be extra careful, nothing more. I highlight the old general, especially my childhood Lucknow, dressed in new clothes, big, beautiful. ‘Koli’, was enjoying the garden party with the smell of food around “I didn’t like fireworks even at that time. Diwali puja, sleeping in the garden and having someone put me to bed are some of my fondest memories.”
He goes on to say, “Diwali remains quiet this year. Please do not attend heavy duty parties as we do not want to move towards another wave of COVID-19 and another lockdown. We cannot afford it. And neither can India.” The safety of you and your family, old people and children is really in your hands.Please don’t be irresponsible and celebrate a quiet Diwali just with your family and stay at home.and please don’t blow up firecrackers as they harm the environment and illness and animals It also hurts. “
Shilpa Shukla, who starred in Big Fat City, Teleplay, recalls her childhood memories of celebrating Diwali in Ahmedabad when pollution was low and community spirit was high. He remembers finding value in simple things like making rangoli with family and welcoming guests, sharing goodwill and gifts. He says, “This Diwali, thank goodness I am with my mother and lighting a lot of lamps, but yes, there will be no tic tac lights or fireworks. The idea is to connect with the real essence of Diwali and worship, sweets and hearty. Pray. Of course, we’ll do some traditional cooking. Lots of video calls too! “
She added, “May you all be good and happy. May this day give us all the courage to overcome the darkness of time. May we all enjoy the goodness of life, make a note of the weather reversal and cause less pollution! We wish this Diwali and all the sensible people around forever. Be sensitive. “
Rajeshwari Sachdev, who played the lead role in Zee Theater’s double game, says, “We will light lamps and worship and make sweets to create happy memories for our sons at home. I will wake my son early in the morning, and give him a massage like my nanny did with us. , And bathe it.In fact, I celebrate Diwali in many ways.I have South-Indian side and then North-Indian side, so I take very attractive parts.The children hoped that the children would also have wonderful memories like us. I used to apply henna on my grandmother’s Idli and my hands on Diwali morning for example. And in the evening I used to celebrate with my grandmother, and do Lakshmi Puja at home and taste its special kheechadi. Older people will not be visited. “
Rajeshwari has sent a message to her fans, “I hope you all have a very happy Diwali. I pray that all your close and dear ones will be happy and healthy and everyone will start their jobs soon and have a full Diwali.” Let’s pray that. Next year, we will forget all the worries and sadness of 2020. “
“As per our family tradition, this year too I will clean the house, pray, light dyes, wear new clothes and have a good time with loved ones. Food and sweets, yes, of course,” says Gulki Joshi, Zee Theater’s teleplay male star. This time is different from any other and away from the childhood memories of celebrating Diwali with abandonment, I remember how my mom would prepare and serve fun like Chakli, Chivada that we would all be sitting and eating together.This time, we We can still celebrate the essence of the festival but without fireworks they lead to a lot of pollution, I wish everyone a very happy and safe Diwali and hope you have a great day, spend time with your family as it comes first Is and takes care of your health.
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