Diwali Dil(li)-walon Ki!!!

Rangmunch.TV brings to you some fond memories of Diwali celebrations shared by some of the hottest men of Small Screen!!



Karan Tacker aka Viren in Ek Hazaron Mein Meri Behna Hai

My Dad is from Delhi, but we have been staying in a nuclear family in Mumbai for last 25 years now. However, since my extended family, my grandparents are from Delhi, so we keep going back every time during Diwali. You get that mitti ka diya, usme, I think sarson ka tel hota hai .That whole smell of mitti and sarson is a very firm reminder of Diwali. Even when I light it in Bombay, it just reminds me of the time we as kids used to light the whole house in Delhi with diyas. Yeh sab bachon ke kaam hote the. Jaise he andhera hota tha, hum sab jaake diye jalate the. We had huge house in Delhi, because of joint family and all, so it felt really good doing all activities together. We used to have a huge Diwali dinner at my Dadi’s house. I have very fond memories of that. One delicacy that I look forward to and is a must during Diwali is Jhonny Walker Black Label, provided one can handle it (says laughingly).



Mohnish Behl aka Dr. Ashutosh in Kuch Toh Log Kahenge


I wish my family's happiness this Diwali. I think one should burst crackers only for enjoyment and not for competition and status issue. Wishing all my fans a very  happy and  prosperous Diwali.Have a safe Diwali, and take care of yourself and your family .








Sameer Soni aka Kunal Chopra in Parichay

I celebrate Diwali with my family in Delhi and this year is no different. Diwali is one such occasion where all family and friends get together and enjoy spending time with each other.I wish all my fans a happy Diwali and may there be joy and happiness during this divine festival.










Samir Sharma aka Dev in Geet-Hui Sabse Parayi


Generally we celebrate Diwali with our entire family, but this time my parents are not coming down, so its going to be just my wife and me. I probably will be shooting all day tomorrow as well. We may visit friends and have a quiet dinner later. The best childhood memories I have of Diwali are those that we celebrated when we were in Delhi. We used to live in a colony where there would be around sixty-seventy families and we kids would get together and burst loads of crackers, and then cousins would also come over. Things are different now however after moving to Mumbai, mainly because I think I have out grown the phase of wanting to burst crackers and spending money on the same (laughs). I wish everyone a very safe and a pollution free Diwali. The whole idea behind Diwali is celebrating the victory of Good over Evil, so always keep that in mind, and don't forget to enjoy yourself!!!

Rangmunch.TV wishes all its readers and their loved ones a very happy and safe Diwali!!!!

Interviewed by:
Niharika Vidya Sagar

Edited by:
Navyanka Varma

Comments

  1. sameer i aree with u,,,,,,,,,every one should do like that only....no sound,air polution,,,,,,,

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