Dev Joshi who plays Baalveer said, “It will be after 4 years that I will be celebrating Diwali in


Gujarat with my family and friends. I plan to wear a traditional Kurta Pyjama on the day of Diwali. I want to have a fun and cracker free Diwali, watching SAB Ki Diwali. Crackers result in a lot of pollution to the environment and so I would request our viewers to not burst them. The festival of Diwali is an auspicious occasion to wish health and wellness to everyone. I request my fans to leave  all the negativity aside and start this year with a fresh start.”


Rituraj Singh who plays a key role in the soon to be launched show Trideviyaan said, “Diwali is the festival closest to my heart and like every year Diwali will be at home with my family. The onset of the celebrations is with LaxmiPujan, like my mother taught me as a child. We light diyas and not candles or electrical lights. We sing songs, dance and enjoy a lot of sweets. We welcome good energy into our home and don’t burst crackers. My message to fans would be that Diwali is a festival of light and not noise. Give and receive happiness and love from your family and friends. Give gratitude for being part of this beautiful universe. Creation has gifted you a world to live in. Don’t spoil it. Don’t burst crackers. Wish you all a Happy Diwali.”


PriyalGor who plays Iccha in IcchapyaariNaagin said, “I am a Gujarati and the next day of Diwali is our celebration for the New Year. Additionally, my birthday is on 2nd November, hence Diwali is a time of complete celebration for me. I get to wear new clothes on successive days. I don’t burst crackers at all and I wish all Sony SAB viewers to have a happy and safe Diwali.”



Atul Malikram