New Delhi,, Aug. 2 -- (Hindustan Times) -- "For the last one week, we have been experimenting with online games that can engage a group of six people. Since we can't meet this year on Friendship Day, we are planning to have a super game night," shares Anisha Kumar, a Delhi University student. She and her friends are among a growing tribe of people who have found ways to make the most of the first Sunday of August, which is celebrated as Friendship Day in India every year.

With social distancing being enforced amid the growing number of Covid-19 cases in India, connecting virtually seems to have been the smoothest solution. Virtual dance parties, dinner dates are now on the minds of millennials who are looking forward to celebrate this da...