KARAN WAHI: With the new moon has finally been spotted, signalling the breaking of the Ramadan fast and is the start of Eid ul Fitr and the spark of traditional greeting ‘Eid Mubarak’ is really heart touching. My eid celebration will start with the prayer to Allah for flooding each life with happiness on this occasion, heart with love, soul with spiritual, mind with wisdom and will end up having dinner party at my friend Sehban Azim’s place.
TEJASWI WAYANGANKAR: I feel the magic of Eid bring lots of happiness in our life and make us celebrate it with all our close ones. With the prayer to Allah to fill our hearts with wonder. I celebrate eid with enjoying the real taste of islamic tradition. I love the Sweets and the food served by them specially the Biryani and Sewai. After shoots ill end up enjoying eid with the beautiful moon in the sky with my friends.
KUNAL JAISINGH: The holy month of Ramadan came to an end and here. I move on for eid’ celebration. Preparations for Eid are in full swing across and the spark of the fest is really heart touching and joyful. I’ll be celebrating eid with my friends we all will go in the morning to one of my Muslim friends place to have some lovely sheerkurma. Post that I’ll be shooting and night dinner with all my friends.
KARAN V GROVER: With the prayer to Allah to bring joy, happiness, peace and prosperity on this blessed occasion. My Celebration of Eid begin from brunch to lunch and then dinner at my friend place, From last two years I am celebrating the festival with Shama Sikander. She makes sure we have a feast every year.
MAHIKA SHARMA: Asking the blessings of Allah to fill our life with happiness and open all the doors of success now and always. I love the beautiful henna designs comes in fashion during the festival. Also the hub of bangles of various colors that floors the market with other jwells. I move in to my friends place to join them to eat special snacks, sweets and other special meal that are prepared on the occasion of eid. One of the most common dishes of Eid that is common is ‘Sevaiyan’; a dish of toasted, fine syrupy vermicelli noodles in the midst of milk and dried fruit.