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New Year calls for celebrations and parties. Each time, people around the world celebrate the last day of the year with fervor and in the company of family and friends. It is this time of year when we say goodbye to the past and look forward to a better future. People celebrate the occasion with a variety of things – house parties, staycation, clubbing, bar hopping, and strolling the streets to catch fireworks. Everyone wants to make it an opportunity to remember for a long time. This year, however, it will look very different from the celebrations of previous years. Needless to say, 2020 has been a year full of unexpected challenges, hardships and stress due to the coronavirus outbreak and we cannot celebrate New Year’s Eve like any other year in the past. But that doesn’t mean it can’t be a festive, solemn and entertaining affair. Sunday POST speaks to a few party animals who believe that despite all the restrictions, one can say goodbye to the end of 2020 in style.

Mumbai-based singer Priyanka Mitra says, “This new year will be a little different than every year. I’m not exactly a party animal, I just want to keep things simple and calm. Due to the lockdown and the recent curfew in Mumbai, I can take a quiet mini break in the hills of Mahabaleshwar / Lonavala and rejuvenate myself. If not, then I would prefer to sit on my couch and drink hot chocolate, light a scented candle and read my favorite book or watch my favorite show. Basically a silent exit from the tragic 2020 with silent prayers for an event in 2021. ”

Odisha-born presenter and actress Leslie Tripathy, who has now moved her base to Mumbai, says, “I was throwing parties on New Years Eve. But this year I won’t do it due to Covid guidelines. So we (friends) planned to meet at 11am on the Zoom app. 45 o’clock and say hello to each other to ring in the new year. Apart from that, I will celebrate the first day with my family. So I don’t regret it. Instead of regretting it, we should welcome the government’s decision and be part of the protocol. ”

For Babool Das, a Bhadrak businessman, it is unthinkable to see another year without a hard partying. “In the past 10 years, I have never failed to celebrate a night on the eve of the New Year. Although I live in Bhadrak, I don’t party night in clubs, hotels and restaurants in Bhubaneswar because they invite popular celebrities to entertain people. I am disappointed that I won’t be celebrating a night this year because of the good guidelines. However, I decided to celebrate it with fanfare, but at home. I danced to music at full volume all night, with my siblings and some close friends keeping me company. ”

Pabitra Priyadarshini, who lives in Singapore, loves to ring in the new year by letting her hair fall after the songs from the Hindi films. “As a hardcore party animal, I dress best. I want to wear my favorite holiday clothes and boldly apply makeup. That’s not all. I would stand in a circle with neighbors while we glue our heads together and take a series of selfies. I love taking the same picture every year. I would do a treasure hunt by putting clues under the couch, chair, or tables. ”

She continues, “Singapore has a tradition of climbing on and jumping off a chair when the clock strikes twelve. I decided to do this with my husband and children while looking at the clock. That’s not all. I’m working on our New Year’s resolutions. I have decided not to yell at my kids this year. Let’s see how long I can stay cool. ”

Soumya Rath, a banker from Bhubaneswar, says, “I make sure I do a few things so that I can fully enjoy the carnival. Last year I was in Delhi to celebrate the occasion. I went to Kitty Su at Lalit Hotel, one of the best nightclubs in town. Plus, with the best alcoholic drinks, I had a lot of fun dancing to some of the best music in town. It’s that time of year again when we say goodbye to all old things and embrace the new. In Delhi, too, everything revolves around a good evening. The cold Delhi weather is the perfect host and everyone comes out wrapped in warm clothes to greet the New Year. I will be celebrating the event in Bhubaneswar this year. I would make a big bowl of popcorn and do it all myself while watching my favorite movies because no one will be around to celebrate the occasion with me. However, I make sure to visit Astaranga with my friends to see the sunrise and start my year on a positive note. ”

Baldev Prasad, an engineer by profession, believes that performances by artists, DJ shows, live orchestras, concerts and dazzling fireworks represent a zero-hour celebration at various party hotspots in the twin cities while residents are in residence ring in the New Year. But this year we will miss them due to government restrictions to contain the spread of the coronavirus. Last year’s celebration was worth remembering. I enjoyed a zero-night celebration at Hotel Swosti. The decibel level at the party hit a fever as people dropped their hair and enjoyed the last night of the year to the full. I danced our way with my friends to greet the new year. This year I decided to enjoy delicious dishes that my mother prepared with my family as part of the New Year’s Eve celebration. However, the next morning I decided to visit some temples to pray for a perfect start to the new year.

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