‘I’LL PRAY FOR EV­ERY­ONE’S WELL-BE­ING’

Hindustan Times (Jalandhar) - - HTCITY | NEWS - Sangeeta Ya­dav sangeeta.ya­dav@ n hin­dus­tan­times.com

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”.

PHOTO: VI­RAL BHAYANI

Aamir Ali

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