Jennifer Winget urges her fans to do some charity and help the needy on her upcoming birthday

Everyone loves to celebrate their birthday with joy and happiness. No one ever wants their birthday to go without a celebration of some kind. Beyhadh 2 actress, Jennifer Winget will be celebrating her 35th birthday this week on 30th May 2020. Prior to her birthday, Jennifer urges her fans to celebrate her birthday by helping people who are in need due to the turbulent pandemic that has taken place. In an exclusive chat with Pinkvilla, Jennifer urged her ardent fans to indulge in charity and mentioned that celebration in these unprecedented times of COVID-19 seems unimportant and small.

Generous lady-star Jennifer said, “In light of what’s happening in our world at the moment, celebrating a birthday seems so trivial, small, and unimportant and I don’t see how that makes me a pessimist. This lockdown has brought in nothing I can call the usual. It is a new normal across after all… so I will say there have been better days and days that are sort of low on energy and flat. The flatter days have taught me to be more kind to myself and the better ones have really allowed me to indulge. But trust me, it’s equalized everyone to one level and I am hanging in there just like everyone else!”

Moreover she added in a pride that, while the world may seem like it’s crumbling down slowly but surely; and uncertainty is the only thing people most certain about. She has been blessed even in these unprecedented times to have the consistent outpour of love from her fans, family, and friends. Nothing has changed for her and she is extremely grateful for it to have been constant for close to a decade now.
Jennifer expressed her happiness by saying that every year, as her birthday approaches; the air gets a little extra special almost like she begins to feel her friends and fans move to make it memorable for her. This feeling is truly humbling and overwhelms her to quite an extent.

In the end, the TV actress requested her ardent fans and followers by saying, “There was a plea I made 2 years ago on my birthday to my fans that instead of sending me gifts I would much rather prefer them doing something for someone more in need; someone who would truly deserve it more than me. If tiny donation, the simplest kind gesture could end up being the blessing they were waiting on, why not? And it moves me to see my fans remember and respect this request I had made, every year.”


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