Sehban Azim aka Yash from Bepannaah says, “I hope everyone has a great time celebrating Eid this year. Eid is a festival of happiness, joy and everything good in one’s life. I wish loads of luck and happiness to my family, friends and fans and pray success throughout.
Jannat Zubair Rahmani who plays Pankti in COLORS’ top running show Tu Aashiqui expressed ,“my famly and me wake up at 3:45am for Sehri. Post our prayers and eating, we go back to sleep. Breaking my Roza on the sets along with my co-actors is something I look forward to all day. Fasting during Ramadanis not difficult for me, infact I feel energised through the day and in the evening the Production house sets the iftar table with all kind of juices, fruits, nuts and so much food that it is fun time for the entire unit and we break Roza together.
Shehzad Sheikh aka Arjun from Bepannah says, “From my earliest memories while growing up in Saudi Arabia, as soon as the month of Ramadan would begin all the kids would always be on their best behaviour and make sure to fast as we were always taught the spiritual significance of Ramadan. Ramadan is one of the 5 pillars of Islam and is taken very seriously, but as a kid it was all in anticipation for Eid and that lovely feeling of getting Eidi (preferably cash and not gifts). Traditionally the day of Eid in our family always begins with the morning prayers after which the circle of family, friends and other acquaintance come over to our house. On their arrival, the guests would be served warm bowls of kheer and sheerkurma, of course the aroma of biryani would be all over the house. We celebrate Eid for almost a week with people visiting our house for lunch or dinners. This time of the year you would find all of us happy, united with a sense of gratitude and love for our lord along with compassion and kindness for all those we have been lucky to spend time with and celebrate! Wishing u all a very happy Eid ul fitr!”