Actor Geeta Basra and former cricketer Harbhajan Singh are planning a easy but intimate solution to have fun their son Jovan’s first Baisakhi in Mumbai. She says the competition is an effective way to reunite household and make up for the moments misplaced within the final two years.
“We all will come together to celebrate the festival, cook some delicious meals, and dress up. We haven’t planned anything grand because Bhaji is shooting, also we can’t forget that Covid-19 virus is still out there,” Basra tells us.
She continues, “The festival is special because it is the beginning of a new year, and we want it to start on a positive note. That’s why we will spend some happy moments with the family. It is a great way to bring the family together and celebrate. We’ll probably have a bonfire, and have an intimate function together.”
They ditched the grand celebrations as a step to maintain it “restricted”. “We want to keep it amongst ourselves. Because Covid is not over. The cases might be lower, but it is still out there, so we need to be careful,” says Basra, who additionally has a daughter, Hinaya.
According to Basra, being along with household on competition holds a brand new that means after the pandemic expertise, as she places, “we were away from each other in the tough times in the last two years, now, at least we can meet our family and friends, and make up for the lost time”.
The celebrations may be low-key, however the spirits are excessive. “With kids, you get more excited to celebrate every festival. It is more about seeing them enjoy and making memories. We like to make it extra special because it’s for them to remember,” she says, including, “We also make sure to celebrate the festivals so that our kids understand the relevance behind it, and our culture a bit better”.
In reality, Basra reveals it’s Hinaya who’s extra excited to have fun Baisakhi with Jovan. “She is always excited, whether it’s his monthly birthday or Baisakhi, to get him involved and celebrate festivals with him. And the excitement is definitely infectious,” she wraps up with amusing.