Bollywood Eid celebration 2020 with side effects of coronavirus


Did you ever imagine that there will be a time where on festivals we won’t be able to socialize, no Bollywood parties will hold, no Salman Khan movies on Eid? As Eid-ul-Fitr is around the corner we thought amid this Coronavirus crisis how Bollywood celebs will celebrate the festival. Every year we use to see celebs dazzling at Iftar parties, SRK used to come out in the balcony to greet his fans along with his kids, Salman Khan’s film used to be a treat to all his fans.

However, this year Bollywood and the fans will give it a miss as this year the festival will be all about social distancing instead of socializing. Here we have made a list of key events that use to take place on Eid but amid the crisis, everyone will give it a miss.

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On this day everyone including celebs and politicians used to look forward to politician Baba Siddique’s iftar party. From celebs dazzling in their best ethnic wear to over 50 delicacies made by top chefs, these use to be the highlight of the party. But this time fans won’t be able to treat their eyes with the pictures of the event due to pandemic.

Every year on this day fans used to flock outside SRK’s house Manaat just get one glimpse of the actor. On seeing this SRK use to come out in his balcony along with his kids and use to greet them, however, this year Manaat will be deserted.

Every year Salman use to release his film around this day just told treat his fans. Even this year Radhe was supposed to release however owing to Coronavirus their will be not Salman in the theatres this year. Well, there are reports that now around Diwali the film will release.

During the months of Ramadan Mumbai’s food lovers use to throng this place to enjoy tasty delicacies. Not just commoners even celebs including Shilpa Shetty, Kangana Ranaut, Aditi Rao Hydari among others use to have food on their cheat days. However, for the first time in over a century, Mumbai’s iconic Mohammad Ali Road is shut down during Ramzan 2020.

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