SimranSethi New Delhi [India], July 20 (ANI): Eid al-Adha was another modest event this year, triggered by the possibility of the third wave of COVID-19. Indian celebrities such as Meezaan Jafri, Aasif Sheikh, Rukhsar Rehman and Warda Khan avoided large celebrations to commemorate their special occasion.
Asif Shake, best known for playing the role of a comic on the popular TV show “Bhabhi JiGhar Par Hai!”, Reduced the cost of Eid, taking into account the suffering people faced during the pandemic. ..
“I am grateful that all the dear people near me were safe and healthy. Eid has an intimate relationship with his family, but given the difficult times people faced, we suffer. We extended our arms to those who are out. We reduced as a family about the cost of the festive season to brighten Eid of someone else, “he told ANI while sharing Eid’s plans. ..
It is imperative to pray for the health of all, especially during such difficult times.
“We read prayers and distribute food to the underprivileged. This is such a step we took in the wake of the pandemic. Again this year, my family and I are generous with this opportunity. I don’t celebrate. I wish everyone a safe and healthy Eid. I pray for their happiness. May this Eid bring happiness and love to all your life. Eid Mubarak to everyone. ” Added.
The new coronavirus pandemic has undoubtedly confused the way Eid and other festivals are celebrated in India.
Actor Meezaan Jafri, son of Jaaved Jaaferi, recalled Eid’s celebration before the pandemic.
“My dad was having a big Eid party at a house where close friends from the industry came. We were sitting together on the floor and eating together. Our house was completely packed. I didn’t have much space to move on the floor. My friends were surprised when they came home. I really miss them in the past. “
However, Mizan is grateful that she was able to spend more time with her family due to the blockade.
“I’m always doing my best to stay home during Eid. I’m celebrating Eid intimately for the second year in a row … because it gives me more time to strengthen my family ties. In a way, that’s good too, “he added.
Producer Warda Khan also talked about how the pandemic changed her Eid celebration.
“The pandemic has changed a lot. I miss the human touch, and all the hugs and kisses. Nevertheless, the staff at our house are here and have a festival with us. Celebrate. Like last year I know countless phones to say how much they missed our Eid party eidis / Eid gifts, and how much we have them You’re saying you’re missing out. You can celebrate all the festivals together, “she emphasized.
According to actor Sarah Affin Khan, the celebration of the COVID era is now 360 degrees.
“The pandemic has completely changed my celebration. We’re hosting a party for 100 close friends and family, welcoming live singers of Ghazal and Sufi at home, making a wish to each other over the phone, and we Even sending my wishes and food. It rotates 360 degrees. I think a magical moment will come again. “
Celebrities try not to undermine the spirit of congratulations because of COVID-19 and its food, which plays the most important role in bringing smiles to people’s faces, especially during Eid.
Actor Luxar Lehmann can’t wait to get a khurma.
“My mother-in-law makes khurma during the day, so I sit down and enjoy my meal. It’s an opportunity together. So I try to eat and celebrate with my family. Modest Eid serving delicious food. “.
Aasif is completely pleased to eat phirni and Yakhni pulao at Eid.
“My family and I have a tradition of preparing homemade sweets on this occasion. Our Pilni is dead! While my wife is preparing a delicious shami kebab, I decided to make my famous yakni prao I will take the lead, “he said.
Most Muslims celebrate Eid al-Adha in the same traditional sense, but of course the cultural celebrations and customs of this opportunity vary from east to west and from country to country.
We pray for peace, harmony, happiness, health and prosperity for you and your family on auspicious occasions. Aid Mubarak! (ANI)
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