Twinkle Khanna compares year 2020 to Halloween, says ‘feels like zombie apocalypse’

Twinkle Khanna took to her Twitter handle and compared the celebrations of Haloween with the pandemic.

Indian author Twinkle Khanna took to social media to share a post where she compared the celebration of Halloween to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic. All sorts of celebrations have been locked up this year and so the celebration of Halloween will be restrained. Halloween is considered to be the eve of the Western Christian festival and is celebrated on 30th October in many countries.

Talking on the same Twinkle Khanna who is quite active on social media, took to her Twitter handle and shared a post with a picture of a witch sitting on a tree with Halloween decorations. She said that 2020 has been a special year with masks and shivers. Her tweet read, ” It’s close to Halloween, but 2020 has been such a special year, with masks, shivers and what feels like a zombie apocalypse, where instead of a bite, it’s cough from the poor infected soul that would do you in, it seems like that we have been celebrating it all year long #halloween”. Take a look at her post:

Twinkle also said that we have been celebrating Halloween all the year-long where poor souls were infected. She never fails to use the power of her words for thought-provoking and witty posts. She always manages to treat her followers with her sense of humour.

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