Janmashtami 2020: From Big B To Kangana Ranaut Celebs Share Janmashtami Wishes

The Indian film and television industry celebrates the festival of Krishna Janmashtami with full zeal and vigour.

Janmashtami 2020: From Big B To Kangana Ranaut Celebs Share Janmashtami Wishes

Every year, the Indian film and television industry celebrates the festival of Krishna Janmashtami with full zeal and vigour. Be it Bollywood actors Shah Rukh Khan, Aamir Khan, Shilpa Shetty.  Also, Amitabh Bachchan or Malayalam superstar Mohanlal, everyone makes sure to wish their fans, friends and family on the auspicious occasion. Some of them even break the ‘dahi-handi’, a prominent ritual which is synonymous with the celebration of Janmashtami.

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Lord Krishna has inspired many characters in our films and TV serials. Today, we might not get to see our favourite celebrities attending the ‘dahi-handi’ celebrations because of the coronavirus pandemic. But they have made sure to wish everyone on the occasion of Krishna Janmashtami. So we bring you all the wishes of your favourite stars.

Janmashtami Wishes:

Sidharth Malhotra:

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Amitabh Bachchan:

Neil Nitin Mukesh:

Happy Janamasthami !! Loads of love Blessings and Happiness your way. This is me dressed as young Lord Krishna . Tell me your favourite “Janmashtami Story” #janmashthami Devotional song MAIYYA MORI sung by : Nitin Mukesh ji.

Shilpa Shetty:

Kapil Sharma:

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Coronavirus impact:

It is celebrated with much fervour across the country.  Also, the world owing to the popularity of Lord Krishna. This year, the celebrations are expected to be low-key with the current coronavirus pandemic concern.

As part of the rituals, while some indulge in devotional singing, others revel in the customary Dahi Handi act. Hhowever, Dahi Handi is also celebrated with a lot of pomp and drama. Also, loud DJs, rain dance and what always steals the limelight, a Dahi Handi contest. However, this year, no large gatherings are allowed.

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