Bollywood being always driven by festivals never escapes a chance to showcase their love for festivity. As the festival of lights is approaching, celebrations and glitz and glamour most of the events and conversations.
Setting the tone for Diwali, Actor Hrishitaa Bhatt goes the desi way. She dazzled in colorful Desi style. Looking absolutely desirable she takes a Indian route and celebrated the festival in a complete desi avatar.
When asked about her fondness towards the festival, Hrishitaa says “The colors, the light and the euphoria of festivity is something I look forward to. Indian festivals are all about lights, fun and prosperity. This time again I will light up my house with candles and diyas, however I am not fond of crackers since it causes noise and air pollution and I do not endorse any such thing”
“I would like to wish one and all a Happy and Prosperous Diwali. Also I would like to request to be safe and protect our environment and celebrate Diwali in eco- friendly way” adds the actress
Any message for our jawans who are guarding our country at the border, she says “I am proud of our jawans who are selflessly protecting our country at the border. I wish them a happy & prosperous Diwali. It is because of them that we are safe and celebrate festivals. I hope there is peace at the Border and war situation doesn’t erupt. I wish the jawans & their families all the love, wishes and good health”.
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