Bollywood Actors & Filmmakers Send Wishes To Farmers On Lohri

Salena Harshini |Jan 14, 2021

On the occasion of Lohri 2021, Bollywood actors, filmmakers, and singers have extended their wishes to the farmers, especially those in Delhi.

Lohri is 2021’s first festival. And while people around the nation are caught up in making the most of their Punjabi folk festival, Bollywood stars have shared on their social media accounts. They not only extend the virtual wishes to their family, friends in interesting ways but also send their sincere wishes to the farmers.

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The winter Punjabi festival has been celebrated by Bollywood stars

For those who have not known, farmers have been in a protest against the three new Central farm laws which were issued last year. The B-towners who expressed their warm wishes include a section of filmmakers, singers, and actors.

Who extended their wishes to the farmers in India?

Extraction actor Randeep Hooda shared on his Twitter account,

"Greetings and best wishes for #Lohri, #Pongal , #Bihu, #MakarSankranti and #Uttarayan. On this auspicious occasion, I hope we begin the new year with both our providers and our govt working together and unitedly benefiting this great nation."

Randeep Hooda
Randeep Hooda sent a wish to the farmers

Meanwhile, actress-politician Urmila Matondkar also sent a special wish to the farmers protesting in Delhi on the occasion of Delhi. She wrote,

"#HappyLohri2021 And a special thought n prayers for all the #Farmers n their families and some of them who have lost their lives during d protest. #Lohri2021 #lohriwishes."

Urmila Matondkar
The 46-year-old actress also extended her blessing

Moreover, actor Vindu Dara Singh who is known for movies like Karan, Rab Dian Rakhan, also reached out to the farmers with his wish. He also shared,

"Wishing everyone a #HappyLohri and awaiting the happiness of the farmers who need to find an amicable solution from the govt which needs to act fast on these #FarmLaws . Let there be clarity so only farmers Benefit from them."

Vindu Dara Singh
Vindu Dara Singh enjoyed the festival with his family

Apart from the actors and directors, Indian singers also had something to say. Singer Harshdeep Kaur shared his blessing with the hashtag #KisaanEktaZindabaad. She is famous as "Sufi Ki Sultana" for her soulful Sufi renditions.

"What's Lohri without some Music & Bhangra!? May this Lohri bring lots of laughter, happiness, prosperity, and success to your home! #HappyLohri #Harvest #JindMahi #Punjab #Folk.”

Harsheep Kaur
"The Voice" judge celebrated the holiday with music

With these sincere wishes, it seems that the celebrities are also concerned about every farmer in the country.

What other Bollywood stars do on Lohri

Kangana Ranaut is also among the Bollywood actresses who celebrated Lohri with utmost sincerity. She shared how she used to celebrate it when she was little. In detail, she wrote,

“In Himachal, we have a tradition of singing Lohri, when I was small, children made groups and sang Lohri in neighborhoods and collected money/sweets, children in villages and joint families have much more fun than city kids in nuclear families, anyway #HappyLohri2021.”

Taapsee Pannu posted a candid photo on the occasion

Taapsee Pannu also served the visual on the 2021 winter folk festival. She also a photo of herself sitting around the bonfire. The actress also poured in her wishes and captioned the picture as shared it on Instagram, "Happy Lohri."

She also chose the famous song Sundar Mundriye as the background music for the snap.

Lohri is a popular winter folk festival celebrated primarily in the Indian Subcontinent. The significance and legends about the Lohri festival are many and these link the festival to the Punjab region. It is believed by many that the festival marks the passing of the winter solstice.

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