Let's celebrate Diwali in a preventative way. Bursting crackers causes noise pollutions as well as harms the environment. So the curb the same, this festival can be celebrated with giving gifts the needy people and making good for them and much more. Let's find out with our TV celebs how are planning to make Diwali in an eco-friendly way.
Let's see what these TV stars share...
Rohit Bharadwaj, Yudhishthir of Mahabharat - One should think about asthma patients or people who have heart problem. Noise pollution and environment pollution has increased too much these days. It should be avoided. We need a pollution free city and country.
Rajan Shahi, Producer Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai- We should keep the purity and bliss of diwali alive around by keeping the environment smoke free. It really pollutes the environment so one must have an eco friendly diwali.
Yash Patnaik, Producer Veera - Deepavali is the Festival of Lights, not Sound. It's a celebration of good against evil. Let's be good and celebrate the festival of lights. It should be a pollution free festival as crackers create a lot of smoke. Crackers should be avoided as far as possible.
Shashank Vyas, Jagya of Balika Vadhu - I don't like crackers as bursting cracker is a waste of money and it creates noise pollution. It will be the best to donate the money spent on crackers to a needy person. There are people who don't even have food to eat.
Delnaaz Irani, Dilshad of Kehta Hai Dil... Jee Le Zara-
I believe in an eco-friendly Diwali. Why waste time on crackers? So many accidents happens because of crackers and it causes noise pollution as well. Only kids should burn crackers if at all and that too not dangerous ones but small regular ones.
Sachin Parikh, Vinayak of Iss Pyaar Ko Kya Naam Doon... Ek Baar Phir-
We must believe in an eco-friendly diwali. The crackers not only create pollution they also disturb our peace and that of the animals too. Dangerous cracker burning should be banned and only small ones should be used.