Mumbai: Navratri is a festival of worship women’s power, strength, colour, flavours, rituals and joy. The festival, also popular as ‘Durga Puja’, especially in Bengal, is celebrated with much zeal and warmth not only by people across the country but also by celebrities from the film fraternity. But this year, the 9-day long festival will be celebrated with precautions as deadly novel coronavirus outbreak has affected the normal functioning. Social distancing, wearing masks and gloves are the norm of the day, today.
Wherein Bollywood Actor Karan Aanand wishes all his loved ones and said “Best wishes to all of you on Navratri, every year the whole country celebrates this festival with great pomp and show. India is recognized for unity in diversity, and Navratri is celebrated in a very different manner in every corner of the country as ‘RamLeela’ in Uttarbharata, ‘Durga Puja ‘ in North East, ‘Garba’ in Gujarat, and Maharashtra as well. But the basis of all this is to worship the mother as a divine power. But this time the situation is a bit difficult due to COVID. Nevertheless, keeping in mind some precautions, we will celebrate Navratri and enjoy a lot at home with our entire family. We wish that the Covid19 vaccine comes soon so that we can celebrate all the festivals once again with the same zeal and full enthusiasm. Happy Navratri to everyone once again!!!”
On the work front, His first Bollywood movie was ‘Gunday’, followed by ‘Kick’, where his action scenes were much appreciated, but he truly received recognition for his spy-act in ‘Baby’. Recently, he had a cameo in Madhur Bhandarkar’s ‘Calendar Girls’. After which he played the lead character in ‘Lupt’, which was much appreciated. Yuvraj’s character in the 2019 film ‘Rangeela Raja’ received a lot of love from fans. The actor has several big banner projects. Recently he completed the shooting of his film ‘It’s over’ based on lockdown. This will be releasing soon.