‘I’LL PRAY FOR EVERYONE’S WELL-BEING’
Given the Covid-19 crisis, the charm and festivities of Eid-Ul-Fitr aren’t going to be the same for actor Aamir Ali. “This is the first time ever during Eid that I wouldn’t be going to the mosque to pray with everyone. We all look forward to festivals as it unites people. I’m going to miss hugging everyone and wishing them Eid Mubarak,” he says, adding that unlike every other year, he will connect with his friends and family virtually this time.
But there’s something Ali, 42, eagerly waits for every Eid. “Sheer Kurma made by my mom, which is the best in the whole world. I’ll get to savour it along with biryani,” says Ali, who’s “staying positive and praying for everyone’s health and well-being”.