Bhangra paale… aaja
Oye munde and kudiye, time to do bhangra and appreciate the rich rarities as it is Baisakhi…
Shivin Narang: As I am a Punjabi, Baisakhi is a vital day for us. Since Baisakhi is additionally an imperative day for collecting, we go to god and express gratitude toward him for giving sustenance to us. Concerning recollections, for my last show Veera, a Baisakhi mela was set up on the sets, with nourishment and other stimulation slows down. There was a considerable measure of bhangra and move that happened there. We as a whole truly appreciated shooting in that set up.
Vishal Singh: Baisakhi, as I probably am aware, is the Punjabi’s New Year. It’s additionally a collecting celebration celebrated by ranchers. Together, the pictures that manifest are powerful moving and brilliant fields. I have gone to some Baisakhi festivities at my companions’ places – it’s high on vitality, masti, moving and sustenance. It’s around this time I initially endeavored to learn bhangra. It’s entertaining.
Sargun Mehta: I have clear recollections of Baisakhi festivities in Punjab. It was an immense family undertaking as it was the New Year. Also, since it is Punjab, even the area hummed in the festival, including shading and sustenance. There was a great deal of moving and celebration in the zone. I wanted to join in the bhangra and gidda that occurred that day. We even swallowed down glasses of kachhi lassi to our heart’s substance. Baisakhi in Mumbai is exceptionally stifled.
Mohammad Nazim: For anyone who’s from Punjab, they can’t miss out on the New Year celebration of Baisakhi. While it’s auspicious for the Sikhs as it is also the birth of Khalsa, for the farmers, it’s time to celebrate harvesting. I’ve attended a couple of close friends Baisakhi celebrations – and it has been very grand with some bhangra, gidda and food. I have not seen it being celebrated on that scale in Mumbai. I hope to catch up on it again, in the near future.
Sandeep Anand: Baisakhi, for us, signifies unity, new beginnings and the respect towards elders for the things they have done for us. When I was in school, we used to go to every gurudwara to have langar and kachchi lassi. This Baisakhi, however, will be a working day as I’ll be mostly shooting. But I will go to gurudwara and pay my respects.
Meghna Malik: I remember one Baisakhi celebration years ago, when I visited a village in Punjab. It was celebrated with gusto and gaiety amidst gidda and bhangra. The whole experience was transcendental because of the surroundings, festivity and simplicity of the villagers. This Baisakhi, I will be shooting for the serial Dahleez. I shall try to get the boys to do a bhangra and the girls, a bit of gidda………
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