Bollywood greets people on Diwali
Mumbai: On the occasion of Diwali, the festival of lights, several Bollywood celebrities have come on to the micro-blogging sites to greet people.
"Be careful today, as, in the name of celebration, we get carried away! Everything should be done in moderation! Be responsible! Guys go slow on the sweets! If u eat its fine, don`t overeat! Get back to exercising post Diwali! Same goes for me as I have a crazy sweet tooth!," actress Bipasha Basu micro blogging site twitter.
"On my way to spend a quiet pollution free Diwali in Alibaug with my dad. Can`t say the same thing about hogging the Diwali sweets though," Shazahn Padamsee said. Preity Zinta, says, "Happy and a safe Diwali to all my friends all over the world! Time for Lakshmi Puja, yummy Indian sweets and finally Home sweet home."
"Happy Diwali to all my lovely tweeple…Have a happy n safe Diwali," actress Amrita Arora said. Arjun Rampal tweets, "Happy happy Diwali, beautiful people, wish u all, all the happiness,
brightness, health, wealth and lots of love."
"Torans, diyas, puja, food, mithai, new clothes, visiting friends and family. Happy Diwali," director Kunal Kohli said. "Make an enemy a friend…make a parent proud… make your love…love you more…bring the weekend energy into your week! Be happy…this Diwali!," filmmaker Karan Johar tweeted.
Actor Vivek Oberoi says, this Diwali, may your lives be filled with love, light and happiness! Wishing you all and your families a very happy and prosperous year ahead! Maverick filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma, says, "I wish a tragic Diwali to all your enemies and hope that their eardrums will shatter their fingers will burn and their happiness becomes empty."
Others like Ameesha Patel, Jackky Bhagnani, Uday Chopra, Anupam Kher, Lara Dutta, Rahul Bose, Mallika Sherawat, Punit Malhotra, Riteish Deshmukh and others have also posted their greetings.