I don’t have a sister, yet I celebrate Rakshabandhan with rituals: Jackie Shroff

Every festival celebrated in our country has certain cultures, traditions, and customs associated with it. People like to celebrate festivals according to their own customs. The stars of cinema are also not behind in this matter. Actor Jackie Shroff, who has been active in Hindi cinema for the last four decades, is also one of them. Talking about Rakshabandhan, he said, ‘I do not have any real sister, but every year two-four Rakhi comes on the day of Rakshabandhan. I have some naughty sisters who send me rakhis every year.

On this day, first of all, I worship God, after tying those rakhis sent by my sisters. We strictly follow the customs we have. Referring to his film on this occasion, he said, ‘This time on the occasion of Rakshabandhan my film The Interview: Night of 26/11 is also releasing, so I want people to watch this film along with celebrating the festival. Jackie’s film is releasing under the pay-per-view system on the digital platform Book My Show. Pay per view means you have to pay every time you watch a movie. Apart from this, Jackie will be seen in the films Phone Bhoot and Atithi Bhooto Bhava in the coming days.

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