Merry Christmas the Bollywood way

As celebs get into the Christmassy mood, they share.

“I'll attend midnight mass with my family. Then there'll be the traditional Christmas lunch with the entire family.”
Malaika Arora

“Midnight church, Christmas lunch with my parents, some mulled wine, friends pour in, and it's just a full house. We have sweet kids who go house-to-house carol-singing, our street is lit up the best in the whole of Mumbai, so all around Christmas cheer in the air. It's the most beautiful time of the year and the one time when I am looking at stockings with holy thoughts.”
Dino Morea

“For our family the Christmas rituals remain unchanged. This year, we'll be doing the same things we do every Christmas. Midnight mass and on the 25th, a huge family lunch at my Mom's place that goes on till dinner.”
Amrita Arora

“My best friend Salman Khan’s birthday falls two days after Christmas. So celebrations start for me from Christmas and go on till New Years.”
Sajid Nadidwala

“For me Christmas is about family and friends. I'm so tired travelling and living out of my suitcase this year that I've just decided to stay at home! However I do wish to go to snow-capped mountain in India in the Christmas week! I love being spontaneous so just like last year, I will find a spiritual abode where I can spend the last few days of the year, slowing down, reflecting and having a philosophical time with myself! I like the idea of just picking a place, booking it online and then just staying open to any eventuality!”
Terence Lewis

“There will be lots of Christmas carols, vintage songs by Jim Reeves , lots of yummy sorpotel, presents will be unwrapped with breathless excitement, lunch and dinner plans will be made with family who will come to Mumbai from all parts of the world.”
Rensil D'Silva

“As usual, I'll be home with the family. That's the way I like it during Christmas.”
Remo D'Souza

“As you can see in my films, I am extremely close to the Church. Whenever I am not shooting, I make it a point to light candles every Wednesday in my favourite church in Mumbai. Christmas is a time of tremendous excitement for me. I love giving and receiving gifts. Last year during Christmas, my film Bajirao Mastani was released, so I was unable to celebrate. This year I've a break from shooting, so I look forward to a pleasurable Christmas with lots of cakes and puddings. The daal-chawal routine is forgotten for the day.”
Sanjay Leela Bhansali

( Source : Deccan Chronicle. )
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