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Diwali 2019: Eisha Singh, Vivien D'sena, Dalljiet Kaur, and other TV actors talk about the festival

Diwali 2019: Eisha Singh, Vivien D'sena, Dalljiet Kaur, And Other TV Actors Talk About The Festival

Diwali, the Festival of lights, is here. Before we go ahead, a happy Diwali to the readers of BollywoodLife. For some, Diwali is about lights and colors, for some it's about shopping, and for others it's about new beginnings. Even our Telly actors, have got their best ideas about the festival. From Arjun Bijlani and Saumya Tandon to Vivien D'sena and others, let's check out what they think of Diwali.

Arjun Bijlani

"Diwali is an opportunity to spend quality time with your family and friends. It also means doing Laxmi Poojan at home. I celebrate it at home and later, may go out with friends. My son, Ayaan, loves to celebrate Diwali. I also enjoy shopping. I don't diet but I eat carefully."







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I face everything head on ..

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Ssharad Malhotra

"Diwali means love and celebration. This Diwali is special as it's my first Diwali with my wife, Ripci. We are celebrating Diwali in Mumbai itself with friends. I have no plans to diet, I am going to splurge on Bengali sweets, especially good Sondesh and Rasgullas. And according to me, during festivals, one shouldn't diet."

Saumya Tandon

"It's my first Diwali with my son, and I'm really happy. There's so much of positivity and good things this year has brought to my family. We recently moved to a bigger home and I have a lot to be grateful for. This Diwali, I pray and earnestly wish for every person to have a shelter above their head. We tend to forget that there's more to Diwali than crackers. We can celebrate by making sweets, rangolis, lighting diyas, decorating the house with lights, playing games, partying, and most importantly, celebrating it with all our dear ones. My childhood memories of this festival were when we all of us used to get together and clean every nook and corner of the house. My mom would strictly tell us to get rid of all the stuff that we don't use, only then would we get new things. Since childhood, I have never engaged in bursting firecrackers these things cause so many problems. This year, too, I urge people to celebrate this joyous festival minus all the crackers and fireworks. Wishing everyone a very happy and splendid Diwali."







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Fashionably me!

A post shared by Saumya Tandon (@saumyas_world_) on Jun 23, 2019 at 9:03pm PDT

Vrushika Mehta

"Diwali is all about family members, friends, and loved ones coming together and celebrating the festival. I love Diwali vibes, be it eating different sweets, witnessing lights all over, or the most exciting part making rangoli. We always decorate the house with lights, candles, diyas and pretty, colorful rangolis. My favorite memory includes that of making rangolis, which definitely is a time-consuming process, but I thoroughly enjoy it. If I am not shooting this Diwali, I will definitely celebrate the festival with my family, and hope this year, too, I get time to make it."

Shashank Vyas

"This Diwali, like every year, will be celebrated with my father and friends. I will go out with friends and also catch up on the latest film. I like the festive spirit. The weather is good and to see the happiness on everyone's face perks me up with joy."







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. Well, my observation is ticklish.?

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Avinash Mishra

"I love the fact that during Diwali, all my family members get together, and I end up eating lots and lots of sweets. Moreover, me and my friends play games together after Laxmi pooja. I remember when we were young , my father and brother used to go the market and get crackers and I always wanted to see how the market looks and I got a chance to fulfil my wish when I was in the 4th class. That was the first time I tagged along with my father to buy crackers and I was completely overwhelmed by the decorations and festive buzz around. This year I will be celebrating Diwali with my Yeh Teri Galiyaan cast."

Rohitashv Gour

"Diwali is one of the most important festivals because it signifies the day when Lord Ram came back to Ayodhya after 14 years of Vanvas. Indians all over the world celebrate it fondly. I don't play cards and there was a time when I used to burn crackers. We used to have a competition about who would bring more crackers. But from the time I started understanding about pollution, I stopped doing it. I will be conscious of my diet during this Diwali. Earlier, it was totally the opposite. I used to eat a lot but now I am a little health conscious. We do Laxmi Poojan at home for bringing in positivity and goodness."

Piyush Sahdev

"I love Diwali because I get to meet my family and siblings who are generally busy in their day-to-day lives. I get to wear amazing ethnic clothes and we always decorate the house, light it with diyas, make rangolis, perform Laxmi pooja, and I get to cheat on my diet without any guilt with freedom I can eat sweets as much I want. One of the most memorable Diwalis for me is when I was just 14 years old, and my brother and father were out of town because of which I did the pooja, aarti, and the chant that they used to perform every year. Since then, I never stopped doing the aarti and I truly enjoy it. Moreover, playing cards is like shagun on Diwali so I will be, of course, ensuring that we perform all the rituals, including playing cards with my friends and family."

Nishant Singh Malkani

"Diwali is a beautiful festival and I am looking forward to celebrating it with family and friends. We always have a puja at home, followed by a party, with lots of delightful meals. It's special as Diwali always calls for a big family get-together. Last year, the supreme Court took the decision to limit the time duration for burring crackers and it is indeed a great decision as it will limit noise pollution and air pollution to a great extent. Lastly, I would like to wish all my fans and viewers a very Happy Diwali."

Dalljiet Kaur

"I was born on Diwali morning, so that's why my name is Deepa. I am obviously close to this festival. I love to make rangoli, decorate my house with candles and diyas, and clean it up. I love inviting friends over, too. Playing cards is not allowed at my place. I have tried playing at my friend's place, but I am pathetic at it, so I just help my friends in cheating. I will definitely eat whatever comes my way as it's also my birthday."







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Yeahieee festivals ?????? #diwali #festivalsmakemehappy

A post shared by Dalljiet Kaur (@kaurdalljiet) on Oct 25, 2019 at 12:18am PDT

Eisha Singh

"Diwali is my favorite festival and I always look forward to celebrating it with relatives. Every year, I visit my hometown, Bhopal, on this occasion, and celebrate it with my friends and family. We always do a small puja at home and dress up in our best traditional attire and indulge in some amazing delicacies. Everyone must enjoy celebrating this beautiful festival of lights this year, with less crackers and more music. I would like to wish all a very Happy and prosperous Diwali."







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Hello? Where my scones at?? ? I really can't get over this cute lil kitchen at the facebook office ?? . I'd always see people posting pictures of this cute kitchen and the amazing fb office n I always wanted one. It might not be a big milestone but I finally got my access to it. I guess, seeing these little wishes becoming reality, is not less than a miracle. These apparently so little milestones eventually lead you to the bigger ones. So keep striving and appreciate the smaller steps as well as the big leaps!

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Vijayendra Kumeria

"Diwali, for me, is lots of shopping for myself and family and decorating the house and of course, Laxmi pooja. I am going to introduce my daughter to the festival of lights. I want to keep it eco-friendly, too. Diwali is the time when I tend to forget about diet and enjoy the delicacies prepared for the occasion and yes, our family does play cards, but just for shagun. To be clear, we don't gamble, we just do it as a ritual."

Sehban Azim

"The first thought that comes to mind about Diwali is lights and decorations. This year, I am looking forward to spending quality time with my family. I fondly remember, during my childhood days, how I always waited for Diwali to be around friends, burst firecrackers, and eat some mouth-watering scrumptious food. Putting aside the real religious significance of the festival, I think Diwali brings togetherness it's about bonding with friends and celebrating the simple joys of life and primarily taking darkness away from each other's and our own lives. I'm glad that the Government has taken some action to cut down pollution, and it's a brilliant step. Lastly, this year, I am going to make clay diyas, so I can contribute in some way to the beauty of the festival and spread happiness. Wishing everyone a happy and prosperous Diwali."

Vivian Dsena

"Diwali means peace, happiness, and prosperity. I celebrate Diwali by doing pooja with my family. I don't diet on Diwali, I eat a variety of mithais, and in terms of food; Rajhastan's specialty, Dal Baati Churma, is my favourite. The vibe of the festival makes you feel positive. I believe in a cracker-free Diwali."







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Just in case you have forgotten today Your love mattered It was worthwhile The journey was magical N will be always with you all by my side #11yearsofviviandsena

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Kanika Mann

"Diwali is one of the most beautiful festivals and is celebrated with a lot of fervor all over the country. Our surroundings are always so well lit up that they look heavenly. I love the lights, but I am not in support of noise or smoke. I feel we should be responsible citizens and every festival should be taken as an opportunity to do something good. I would urge everyone to avoid bursting crackers and go for an eco-friendly Diwali. I would like to wish everyone a very happy and prosperous Diwali."


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