Here's a sampling of what our film and TV stars want to gift - and get - this festive season:
Bipasha Basu: What would I like for Diwali? I'd like people to come and see John (Abraham) and me in 'Dhan Dhana Dhan Goal'. It's really turned out well. As for me, I want to see people around me smiling. I'll make sure I don't give anyone any reason to frown this Diwali.
Ranbir Kapoor: Since Diwali coincides with the release of 'Saawariya' what better gift to mankind than my debut film (grins)? For myself I want 'Saawariya' to be the grand success that it deserves to be. More immediately, I wouldn't mind loads of clothes and a new phone this Diwali.
Suniel Shetty: I want to gift good health and comfortable space to those who are associated with me personally. I want to create more wellness in the country and I'd like to build health centres. Me? I already have everything.
Lilette Dubey: I'd love to gift all those people who work for me with something they really need and send something to some charity associations as well. Me? I'd love to get a small alpha romeo.
Suneel Darshan: The two scripts that I'm currently writing are my humble gifts to myself. Hopefully, the love and acceptance that these two films will get would be
Arshad Warsi: The only Diwali gift I want is for my films to do well. As for my friends and family, they can have whatever they like.
Shilpa Shetty: On Saturday it was my first show of Miss Bollywood in England. All shows here are full. What better Diwali gift can I hope for? If I can familiarise even a fraction of the western world with Bollywood, I've gotten the best gift I could hope for.
Manoj Bajpai: I won't be home for Diwali. But I'd like my wife Neha to buy some jewellery for herself.
Perizaad Zorabian: I've just been blessed with an adorable bundle of joy. What better gift could I hope for? I want everyone in the world to be blessed with a baby. No happiness equals that.
Mona Singh: For Diwali I want all my near and dear ones to be hale, hearty and happy and hiccup-free. Me? Just watching them smile makes me happy. Isn't that sweet? Yeah, and I want my career plans to materialise soon.
Amrita Arora: I'll be gifting my dad a laptop for Diwali.
Mahesh Bhatt: I'd love to gift my wife Soni Razdan a script this Diwali. She's directing a film for UTV and I'm working on the script. And I want EMI to gift me with a hat-trick of hits for our production house.
Dino Morea: Without meaning to sound righteous, I'd like to gift a poor family something to make this Diwali brighter.
Priyanka Chopra: My family and I are supposed to move into our new home. Unfortunately, the home couldn't be ready on Diwali. But we'll be moving by month-end and that's Diwali gift enough for us.
Kalpana Lajmi: I want nothing more than good health for my dear friend Bhupenda (Hazarika) this Diwali.ALSO READ: 5 on-screen bromances we can never get enough of