Rohit Choudhary, known for his role in the film Gadar 2, shares his perspective on Diwali and encourages a pollution-free celebration. Due to personal reasons, he won’t be actively celebrating Diwali this year but emphasizes the importance of spending quality time with family.
Choudhary expresses concern about the environmental impact of firecrackers, especially in cities with high pollution levels like Delhi and Mumbai. He believes that celebrating Diwali doesn’t have to involve bursting crackers and suggests that the joy of the festival can be enhanced by spending time with loved ones.
“This time, I just want to make the day special by spending time with my young son. The noise and air pollution caused by firecrackers during Diwali are significant, especially in places like Delhi and Mumbai where pollution levels are already high. However, I believe celebrating the festival doesn’t necessarily require bursting crackers. In my opinion, spending time with loved ones – friends and family – and enjoying their company can create more joy and fulfillment,” says Rohit Choudhary.
Regarding Diwali shopping, Choudhary mentions that when one is already satisfied and content, there isn’t a specific need for extravagant purchases. He emphasizes that material possessions may not necessarily contribute to the essence of the festival.
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While sweets are a weakness for him, Choudhary, being health-conscious and a fitness enthusiast, tends to avoid them. He shares his plans for Diwali and Dhanteras, indicating that he might not be in town during this period, opting for a quieter place with less noise and air pollution, especially for the well-being of his young son.