From actors to cricketers, celebs ask fans to ‘stay safe’ this Janmashtami 2020

Nostalgia hit hard when celebs shared their Janmashtami stories and called on fans to stay safe during COVID-19 pandemic.

Stars this year are all glammed up on social media as to celebrate an auspicious Hindu festival Janmashtami which marks the birth of Lord Krishna in the Hindu month of Shraavana. With a hashtag #HappyJanmashtami trending all over Twitter and Instagram, celebs have put in their feelings for the deity. In the global Covid-19 condition, course of festivals has definitely evolved including the Gokulashtami which traditionally is celebrated with people forming pyramids to break ‘Dahi-Handi’.

Keeping in mind about social distancing and safety, celebs have urged their fans to keep it low, including stars Hema Malini, Kajol, Mukesh Chhabra, Sushimita Sen, Preity G Zinta. A few actors got all nostalgic and also shared their childhood story related to Janmashtami – Sidharth Malhotra posted a picture where he is draped in Krishna’s pose with a flute. Whereas Huma Qureshi and Sidharth Shukla tweeted about how they enjoyed the festival of ‘Matkis and Makkhan.’

Not only Bollywood but the actors from South Indian film Industry have also reached to their fans to wish them on social media sharing messages and pictures. Stars like Mahesh Babu, Anushka Shetty, Nithhin filled their social accounts with hearty messages and pictures. Cricketers too asked fans to keep the festivity virtual and stay safe amongst which are Virat Kohli,  Mithali Raj, Shikhar Dhawan, Ravi Shastri and a lot more.

World is clenched due to the deadly Corona virus but the entire country is celebrating Janmashtami with same joy and delight, although on an online medium sharing messages, pictures and videos, which truly remarks the alertness of the people as well as the urgency of the situation.

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