It’s family time for Bollywood celebrities this Diwali
The Bachchans like every year will have their annual Diwali party at their Jalsa residence in Juhu, which will be attended by several Bollywood celebrities.Diwali 2016 Updated: Oct 29, 2016 16:34 IST
To celebrate the festival of lights, B-town stars plan to spend day with their closed one and some might even throw party for friends and family.
The Bachchans like every year will have their annual Diwali party at their Jalsa residence in Juhu, which will be attended by several Bollywood celebrities.
Superstar Shah Rukh Khan is in Budapest shooting for Imtiaz Ali’s The Ring but be might fly back to Mumbai to celebrate the festival with his friends and family.
Another Khan of Bollywood Salman is currently shooting for Tubelight in Manali, he too is expected to fly to Mumbai to celebrate Diwali with family and friends.
“I didn’t dress up last year. But this year, I am going to wear new clothes. Diwali is about spending time with family. My friends might come over. But I urge all Indians to have a noise free Diwali. It’s a festival of lights. We don’t have to burst crackers,” said Anushka.
For Vidya Balan, Diwali is all about brightness and hope. “To me personally I feel that people cleaning their houses symbolises letting go of what was, of baggage and making place for the new or change which is symbolised by the act of buying new clothes,” she said.
Walking down memory lane, Vidya reveals, as a child she used to wake up early in the morning, take bathe, wear new clothes, go to temple and burst crackers. “Diwali time was all about meeting relatives, friends and neighbours I cherish those memories. Over the years, while everything else remains same, except waking up that early and bursting crackers. Also one doesn’t get the opportunity to visit relatives on that day because you get stuck in traffic,” she said on a lighter note.
Unwinding from her hectic promotional schedule for her upcoming Hollywood release, xXx : Return of Xander Cage, Deepika Padukone will be visiting her hometown Banglaore to bring in the festival with her parents and sister. “Diwali is the festival of lights, joy and happiness and has always been a very special festival for all of us. So I decided to spend quality time with my family before I immerse myself in Padmavati,” she added.
Superstar Aamir Khan, who is receiving positive response to his recently released trailer of the much awaited film Dangal, plans to throw a Diwali bash for his family and close friends.
According to sources, Aamir will celebrate the festival of lights and the love coming in for the Dangal trailer both together.
The actor is to turn host for a private party at his Bandra residence, which will have his family and friends in attendance.
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