Bollywood stars have shown excitement over Diwali festival and looking to celebrate the function with cultural passion on, October, 26, 2011.

In this regard, Bollywood famous icons have wished their fans on this occasion, and they want them to enjoy the event passionately.

The hot and hit actress, Priyanka Chopra, who has given many blockbuster movies to star-studded Indian film industry, said that she is going to miss her family on this festival, as she is in USA to complete her music album; however, she showed excitement
over the presence of her fans around her.          

"I wanna wish everyone celebrating Diwali anywhere in the world lots of love and togetherness. I miss my family today… thank god I have you guys." Priyanka tweeted on a social networking site.  

Meanwhile, another sizzling Bollywood star, Juhi Chawla also expressed her delight over the upcoming Diwali event, and revealed that she has started preparations to enjoy it at its best.

"Having a wonderful festive season… Haapppeeeee Diwali everyone!! Big big smile. Am on my way to the local bazar to buy lights garlands lamps flowers rangolis… So excited about diwali… Hope you are also having fun (sic)." She cited.

In the meanwhile, the star of the recently launched box office hit movie, Golmall-3, Tusshar Kapoor, seems to motive his fans to celebrate the festival.    

"Happy Diwali to my entire twitter family, how is everyone celebrating this year?" The silver screen celebrity tweeted.  

The versatile actress, Raveena Tandon urged her fans to enjoy this event considering a sign of hope to change things arround.     

"How I love this season… twinkling lights, a nip in the air and everyone dressed traditionally, happy and good wishes, such a positive vibe.” She said.

Devali, which means festival of lights, is a religious and holy fiesta in Hindu religion to celebrate the conquest of good over evil, offering Puja, decorating houses with lights, distributing sweets, and sharing gifts with the love ones.

Apart from Hinduism, the followers of some other religions such as Sikhs, Jains and Buddhists, also celebrate Devali according to their religious belief and faith.