People all over the country celebrated the first festival of 2021, Lohri today. Bollywood also took to their social media accounts to pour in wishes for their fans, friends, and family. From Amitabh Bachchan to Kangana Ranaut, stars extended their warm wishes in the most interesting ways.
Amitabh Bachchan shared a couple of greeting cards to wish his fans on the special occasion. He wrote, Happy Lohri, prosperity and peace on Twitter.
Filmmaker Karan Johar also took to the microblogging site to wish everyone.He wrote, #happylohri to one and all. May this festival ring in the positivity and light we all need.
Kangana Ranaut shared a throwback picture as she remembered about Lohri celebrations back in her home town of Himachal. In the caption, the actor wrote about the Lohri tradition in her hometown. She said when he was small, children made groups and sang Lohri songs in neighbourhoods. They collected money, sweets, said the actor, adding that children living in villages and with joint families have more fun than those living in cities with nuclear families.
While Taapsee Pannu shared a picture of herself enjoying the bonfire. She posted a heartfelt Lohri’s wishes for everyone, which she captioned as, Happy Lohri with a popular song ‘Sundar Mundriye’ as the background music.
Punjabi singer and actor Diljit Dosanjh dedicated the festival of Lohri to the farmers of the country. He wrote in Punjabi, 2021 Di LOHRI Desh De KISAN’AN De Naal. BABA SAB DA BHALA KAREY.
Manoj Bajpayee also extended warm wishes for the festival on Twitter. In fact, the actor had something special to treat his fans. He tweeted, Something is cooking, going to show up on your table at 12:30pm !! HAPPY LOHRI.
Meanwhile, the festival of Lohri marks the end of winter season and celebrated every year on January 13. The festival of Pongal also falls on the same day as Lohri. From dancing to Punjabi songs to relishing til laddoos, popcorns and revadis, everyone is all set to celebrate the Punjabi folk festival with great pomp and show with their family and friends. The festival marks the end of winter solstice.