Diwali 2020: From Salman Khan, Amitabh Bachchan to Karan Johar, Bollywood celebs extend their heartiest greetings on the occasion of Deepotsav (read tweets)

Diwali celebrations in India will not be as grand as in previous years due to the coronovirus epidemic, but millions of people of the country are happy with this festival of lights. For Bollywood celebs, there are no Diwali parties this time and strict socially strict guidelines have been followed. The widely celebrated festival for the return of Lord Rama in Ayodhya and the auspicious occasion includes the tradition of worshiping Goddess Lakshmi. Even in these Socha times of COVID-19, the celebs wished Diwali with fans and it couldn’t be better. Salman Khan tweeted his picture in a decent floral kurta in which he spread his smile and wrote “Wishing avi happy diwali na prosperous new year, stay safe” Ram Setu: Akshay Kumar announces new film on Diwali 2020, share first look poster

Amitabh Bachchan, who is busy hosting KBC 12 these days, tweeted a news byte stating that a world record has been set in Ayodhya, as 6 lakh diyas were lit on the evening of Dhanteras. Amitabh described it as short and wrote ‘Happy Diwali’. Filmmaker Karan Johar wrote “Wishing you and you a lot of Diwali … lots of love and positivity …. always be a light … a light of knowledge … a light of love … and a light of light Self awareness “. While “Farhan Akhtar wrote that Happy Diwali to you and all your loved ones” Diwali 2020: Lucky Ali, Lassi on composer Leora Itzak Bond, Lights to celebrate Gulab Jamun, Virtual Meet organized by Israeli Embassy

Bollywood celebs wish Diwali

Karan Johar

Amitabh Bachchan

Farhan Akhtar

Salman Khan

Arshad Warsi

Abhishek Bacchan

Deepawali is the most grand festival for Hindus, which is widely celebrated by lighting a lamp. On this day which also marks Amavasya, people pray to Goddess Lakshmi and God Ganesha for enlightenment. A festival is celebrated with the exchange of beautiful Diwali gifts and wishes with friends and family. LatestLY And Team Happy Diwali to all of you.

(The above story first appeared on November 14, 2020 12:42 PM IST. For more news and updates on politics, the world, sports, entertainment and lifestyle, log the latest on our website.)

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