Diwali is one of the most anticipated festivals in India. It is a festival of light which is celebrated with great enthusiasm all over the nation. For children Diwali calls for reunion with cousins and endless fireworks whereas for adults it means catching up with old memories, shopping, drinks and food.
Let this diwali burn all your bad times and enter you in good times
Well! Bollywood has its own unique way of celebrating Diwali which has been providing us with numerous Diwali celebration goals. From beautiful traditional outfits to lush dance ceremonies, Bollywood always comes up with a new idea of making Diwali celebration grand. Therefore, here is a compilation of such Bollywood movies which showed a grand Diwali celebration:
Beautiful Bollywood actress Sonam Kapor wrapped in a gold saree with a chic maang teeka on her forehead caught everyone’s attention in the fashionable Diwali sequence, though it is Lisa Haydon's beautiful classical singing that is most memorable. This movie portrays Diwali celebration set in South Delhi's elite circles in which the scene shows a glimpse of tastefully done bright interiors, luxurious upholstery, pretty electric lights and appetizing sweets and savories that are seen in a plush North Indian home.
Taare Zameen Par (2007)
Although it was not a happy Diwali for Darsheel Safary who played the dyslexic Ishaan in the film still it was one of the most loved scenes from the movie. The young boy is being sent off to boarding school after Diwali and the festive sequence in this movie is one of its most heartbreaking parts. Though gloomy, the cheerful festive back-drop is contrary to Ishaan's mood, which the scene highlights.
Kabhi Kushi Kabhie Gham (2003)
Curtains unroll with the title track of the film which marks the entry of Shah Rukh Khan, the family's elder son Rahul. The title song uses Diwali as its setting to set the tone of the family drama and establishes the relationship between Rahul and his mother Nandini (Jaya Bachchan), dresses in ivory.
Mujhe Kucch Kehna Hai (2001)
In this film, Diwali turns out to be an occasion for Tusshar to catch a glimpse of Kareena Kapoor Khan. Dressed in a pristine white salwar kameez, she gets down from a car, lights a cracker and celebrates the festival with children. It is love at first sight for Tusshar, who is mesmerized by her beauty and innocence.
The song 'Pairon mein bandhan hai' is set on a Diwali night and has a larger significance to the story. It is instrumental in the films climax. The three young love stories that Raj Aryan (Shah Rukh Khan) plays cupid to, culminate into full-fledged relationships in the course of this upbeat dance track.
In this gritty film, the festival is an important sequence. As bandit Sanjay Dutt returns to celebrate Diwali with his people after becoming a goon loaded with guns and cash. However, he was turned out by his mother who refused to let a criminal stand in her home.
Joh Jeeta Woh Sikander (1992)
This movie is remembered more for its inspirational moral and less for Diwali celebration. Diwali makes a fleeting appearance in a song where a young Aamir Khan and his buddies, including Ayesha Jhulka, celebrate it, complete with fire crackers and desi costumes. The prankster Aamir gets his brother to profess his love to his childhood crush.
All the joy, happiness and light which these Bollywood movies add to our lives are priceless. Well! You may add the same joy, light and happiness in your lives by recreating such a Diwali sequence in real life for making your loved ones feel special.
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