12112023-LSTC-01.qxd 11/12/2023 12:15 AM Page 1 c m y b MILLETS MILESTONE The song about millets featuring Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been nominated in the Best Global Music Performance category for Grammy awards 2024. The track, titled Abundance of Millets, talks about the health benefits to promote the cereal. The song features Grammy-winning singer Falu (Falguni Shah) and Gaurav Shah. TRIBUNE Best gift Life Parineeti Chopra said that Raghav Chadha’s birthday is officially her favourite birthday as he was born on this day for her. She wrote, “You’re the best gift God has given me, my Ragaii!” CHANDIGARH | SUNDAY | 12 NOVEMBER 2023 From celebrating on sets with co-stars to spending time with friends and family — celebs have their Diwali plans in place Mona T HE Festival of Lights is here, a day for puja, sweets and indulging in fun with friends and family. Celebs share what makes their Diwali celebrations special! Work & play This year, my Diwali celebrations will take place on the sets of Chand Jalne Laga, surrounded by my wonderful cast mates. Great food, togetherness and camaraderie are going to be the highlights of my celebration. KANIKA MANN, actress Celebrations on sets This time, I will celebrate Diwali with the Saubhagyavati Bhava family for the first time. Please try not to burst firecrackers. Share happiness, stay joyful. Happy Diwali. AMANDEEP SIDHU, actress Let there be joy Keeping it simple NEHHA PENDSE, actress Do it now This year I’ll be celebrating Diwali with my son Ayaan and wife Neha. My plans include donning traditional attire, offering prayers to Goddess Lakshmi, and indulging in kaju katli and gujjiyas. Festivals should bring joy, and rather than dwelling on the past or future, it’s crucial to embrace the ‘now’ while being mindful of our ecological impact. This year, I’ll be in London for a film shoot. Although London is beautiful, the Diwali experience in Rajasthan is unique. Diwali in Mumbai has a different pace, with its cosmopolitan touch. A rather simple celebrations for me this year. I intend to make the most of it. Playing card games is considered to be shagun (auspicious). We do the puja and then the table is set because it’s business time. Proper hisaab hota hai (laughs). There are lots of fights over the game as well. I look forward to all this fun. JASMIN BHASIN, actress reunite with our loved ones and celebrate with family and friends. Though I will be shooting for my show, May I Come In, Madam?, I am determined to takeout some time to join in the celebration with my family and friends. SHEFALI JARIWALA, actress also protects the environment and vulnerable stray dogs. SHIVIN NARANG, actor Home coming Amandeep Sidhu festival with the children there. I am grateful for the blessings I’ve received. I pray for a prosperous and peaceful world. SUDHAA CHANDRAN, actress On the cards Being responsible As Diwali approaches, regardless of where you are or what you’re doing, the festive spirit lingers. The joy of receiving gifts, relishing sweets, and Sudhaa Chandran reuniting with friends at Diwali parties makes the celebration truly special. I am going for an eco-friendly Diwali that not only safeguard our health and pets but GEETA BASRA, actress A peaceful world This year I don’t have work commitments on Diwali and Nehha Pendse Being born and brought up in the UK, during our childhood, Diwali celebrations were simple. This year, I will be going to my home in Jalandhar to celebrate Diwali with my in-laws. This year, my son Jovan will be able to understand the festival and enjoy the festivities. This is something we all are really looking forward to. Every Diwali I visit an orphanage to celebrate the ARJUN BIJLANI, actor Food & fireworks Diwali is all about spending time with the people you love. This year, my family will be visiting me in Mumbai. Our plan is to dress up, offer prayers and gorge on sweets and exchange gifts. The night will come alive with fireworks, movie time and delicious food. PRACHI BANSAL, actress Family time It’s that time of the year when we make an effort to Be eco-friendly Considering the existing pollution issues, I urge my fans to embrace an ecofriendly Diwali by refraining from burning crackers. If we can’t solve the problem, let’s not contribute to it. Instead, enjoy a peaceful Diwali with family, dressing up, and savouring delightful treats. I extend my best wishes to all my viewers. 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