Exclusive | Mona Singh, Shruti Seth and Shweta Kawaatra on Diwali 2023
Diwali, 2023 knocking on the door, and Mona Singh, Shruti Seth, and Shweta Kawaatra opened the door and gave us an insight into their joy of the Christmas season. In India, the festival of lights is definitely one of the happiest times of the year. The whole country gets lit up for the occasion; everything is spic and span, and in general, happiness and joy are overflowing from all parts of the country.
Ar eventwe got exclusive input from three powerhouse women who graciously shared how they celebrate the festival of lights.
Mona Singhwho is having a great year, with Made in Heaven 2 and recently, Kaala Paani, about Diwali 2023. She said, “Diwali is a very special occasion for us in our family and we look forward to putting in some. quality family time We all lead very busy lives so festivals provide much needed breathing space to relax and reconnect with ourselves and our loved ones. to share the burden during the preparation of the festivals regardless of existing gender roles.”
The founder of the Coto community, Meri Marzi, also said, “We will be visiting our parents and are very excited for the reunion that will take place. Just like all families, we are preparing for Diwali by lighting up diyas , a little pooja, flower decorations and we are really looking forward to all of us spending time together with the night full of stories, joy and abundance”
TV personality, and emotional intelligence coach Shruti Seth said, “Diwali is just around the corner, and like everyone else, we’re in the process of making preparations – buying gifts, sprucing up our house, doing some spring cleaning. , and lighting our spaces It’s great that everyone in our family pitches in, be it my daughter, my husband, or our nanny. mine, and everyone gets to be part of the festivities.”
Shruti Seth, who is also the founder of the Coto community, “I Wish I Knew This Soon”, continued, “I believe that the essence of all festivals is to bring people together. It is an opportunity for families to be involved in joy, I am truly grateful to experience this with my parents and now with my family and all those who support our lives This, for me, embodies the spirit of Diwali and all festivals. happy Diwali, may the year that is before us filled with prosperity, peace, and an abundance of love.”
Shweta Kawaatra, the “Kahaani Ghar Ghar Kii” actress and founder of the Coto community, “My Mental Wellness Journey” took a moment to shed light on something very important, family. She shared, “Every year, we celebrate Diwali with our parents in Delhi. It is important for our daughter, Zahra-Tabeetha, to witness and understand our culture through her grandparents so celebrating this festival calls for some quality family time. Manav and I strongly believe in the family system and consciously work hard to ensure that we visit our parents during the festive season.”
Shweta added, “We want to set an example for our daughter that festivals are not the responsibility of an individual but a joint effort of everyone to experience the joy of the season. where everyone has a responsibility to prepare for the occasion and the whole family together to make these festivals truly memorable.”
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