It’s always family first on every Diwali for Ravi Dubey
Actor Ravi Dubey is in a happy space, for all the right reasons. After being a part of reality shows such as Sabse Smart Kaun and Rising Star, he has also turned producer along with his wife Sargun Mehta in the Punjabi film industry.
He might be a busy man, but he always gives his family priority over everything else. This year too, like previous years, he will spend Diwali in Gurugram with his parents and friends, along with his wife. He is making the most of his short break by meeting friends and attending Diwali parties.
Ravi tells us, “Right from my childhood, I celebrated Diwali every year with my family. If I have time, I am there with them for Dhanteras too, but if not, then atleast on Diwali.” Ask the actor his fondest memories of the festival, and he says, “The fondest and most consistent memory I have from my childhood is that my father used to make me and my brother study during the Diwali pooja. I don’t know exactly why he did that, something to do maybe with the fact that what you do on festivals, you flourish in throughout the year. Not that we would study!” he says.
He’s also happy that the Supreme Court has ruled that people can burst crackers only for two hours. “I stopped burning crackers when 14. I saw the pointlessness of it. The judgement, that one can burst them only during 8pm to 10pm made me very happy,” Ravi signs off.
Actor Ravi Dubey stopped bursting crackers at the age of 14