EXCLUSIVE: Sharad Malhotra and Jasmin Bhasin send heartfelt wishes to fans on Diwali

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Across the world, we celebrate Diwali 2021, the festival of lights. Since morning, celebrities have taken to their Instagram and social media accounts to send heartfelt wishes to fans and followers. Television actors Sharad Malhotra and Jasmin Bhasin also sent out sweet messages to fans. The Naagin actors shared a special message for fans on the occasion of Diwali. Sharad Malhotra and Jasmin Bhasin expressed their thoughts and shared how they plan to celebrate Diwali 2021 with their family this year.

Sharad Malhotra told Bollywood Bubble, “Diwali means festival of lights, peace, love and friendship and lots of sweets. I wish we can roam freely without pollution and without traffic as everything is very crowded everywhere. My wife Ripcy and my parents are the source of brightness in my life.”

Sharad further shared what special message he has for his fans this year. He said, “Find happiness in everything. Every day is a happy day.

Jasmin Bhasin also shared details about her plans for Diwali. The Bigg Boss 14 fame told us that she is planning to leave for Dubai. She said, “This Diwali is special as I’m going to Dubai for vacation.”

Bhasin further revealed what change she wishes for Diwali. She said, “The change I wish for Diwali is that next year we should have Mask free Diwali and pandemic should be out of india, not only india but out of world. Source of brightness in my life is my positive attitude towards life and support from my loved ones.


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The former Bigg Boss contestant sent out a special message for fans and said, “Have a safe Diwali and don’t burst crackers as they only create pollution.

Jasmin Bhasin and Sharad Malhotra wished their fans and sent out blessings too. Both the actors prayed for a safe and happy Diwali.

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