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Posted at: Jan 13, 2019, 7:40 AM; last updated: Jan 13, 2019, 7:40 AM (IST)CHATTERBOX

Lohri fervour

Bonfire, bhangra and sweets; here’s how our small screen actors are celebrating the festival this year

Family time
Shivin Narang

This time, I will be celebrating Lohri with my family. I will also celebrate it on the sets of my show, Internet Wala Love. We have a very major Lohri sequence coming up on the show. I have so many memories of celebrating Lohri with loved ones. It used to be celebrated with much pomp and show in Delhi. I remember collecting wood and other utensils for the ceremony. 

Festive affair
Tarun Khurana

Lohri is a very special festival for Punjabis. Celebrating Lohri is different, fun and a unique experience altogether. Eating gajak, revri and phulle around the bonfire is the most amazing part. Dancing on dhol with family, playing games and eating Sarso ka saag and Makki ki roti is fun. 

Punjabi flavour
Ssharad Malhotra

I will be celebrating Lohri at my cousin’s house, as they have a beautiful open space right next to the beach. Punjabi songs, some bhangra, lots of food and a complete festive vibe is expected. 

Big blast
Mohit Malhotra

Lohri is very special for me, as it’s one of the prominent festivals for Punjabis. In our building, we have a lot of Punjabis and we all celebrate along with our families. 

Dance through
Gautam Rode 

The entire family would come together for Lohri, it being the first festival of the new year. We gather around the bonfire and dance on Punjabi songs.

Memory bank
Vivek Dahiya

Lohri is one of my favourite holidays as firstly it’s in the winter. This time, it’s working Lohri, as I will be shooting. Delicious food, chilly weather and family time are all part of my memories as a kid.

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