Choreographer and director, Prabhu Deva, was recently spotted at the Vintage Cabana at The Hilton where he was seen spending the Diwali holiday lounging around with sons Adit and Rishi Raghavendra.
About the festival itself, Prabhu said, “The excitement starts a few days before Deepavali when we buy new clothes and crackers. And, the best part about the festival is the sweets.” His personal significance of the occasion seems to about new chances and fresh beginnings. “Whatever happens, it is for the good. If things don’t go according to our wishes, it is God’s plan. I remember when I was in the 11th grade in school; I did really badly in my studies. The school actually asked me to leave. But that was the time I entered the industry. I was 14 back then,” he recalls.
His diwali message to his fans also seems to be along the same lines. Deva said, “Have a happy and safe Deepavali and don’t forget to gorge on the sweets, “he concludes. Lessons from life Whatever happens, it is for the good. If things don’t go according to our wishes, it is God’s plan”