Actor-maker Tusshar Kapoor said that there will be no Diwali slam at his place this year. The explanation is his dad, bygone eras star Jeetendra, was a dear companion of actor Rishi Kapoor, who died prior this year.
“Unlike every year, there will be no big Diwali bash at our residence because of the sad demise of our very dear family friend, Rishi Kapoor ji, and of course the pandemic,” said Tusshar.
Rather, for the Kapoors the celebration of lights is tied in with investing energy with family this year.
“It’s festivities and celebrations with just the family. I have been pretty occupied with our film ‘Laxmii’ which was released yesterday. Also my son is on vacation, so I am spending a lot of time of with him,” said Tusshar.
“This Diwali is indeed a happy Diwali but with a difference, where minimalism will take precedence. However, the fervour will be kept alive as we will spend it at home with our family,” he added.