India, May 23 -- The joy of praying together in the mosque, giving a warm hug and wishing Eid Mubarak, and enjoying a grand feast with friends and family -- the charm of Eid-Ul-Fitr celebrations this year isn't going to be the same for actor Aamir Ali and for many others, in times of the Covid-19 pandemic. The actor, however, will be praying at home and plans to celebrate with his mother.

"This is the first time ever during Eid that I wouldn't be going to the mosque to pray with everyone. Be it Eid, Ganesh Chaturthi, Holi or Diwali, we all look forward to the festivals as they unite people with their friends whom you would only get to see during this time, throughout the year. But this time, it will all be missed. I'm going to miss huggi...