New Delhi | Jagran Lifestyle Desk: Karwa Chauth is celebrated by Hindu married women, they observe fast for their husbands, and at night they worship the moon. Although the festival is meant for married women, it is often seen that unmarried girls observe fast for the love of their life as a way to express their deepest feelings.
Our Bollywood industry has always been big shippers of love, and they have often celebrated this festival of Karwa Chauth. Many films have captured the essence of this festival beautifully. As Hindu women across India is celebrating this pious festival, we have brought you some heartwarming scenes from Bollywood movies that have beautifully captured the festival of Karwa Chauth.
Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham
In the multi starrer movie, Jaya Bachchan explains Kajol the meaning of Sargi, ahead of Karw Chauth and sends her one. On the day of the festival, Kajol and Kareena both keep fasts for their loved ones.
Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam
The iconic movie feature Salman Khan, Aishwarya Rai, and Ajay Devgan. In the film, Aishwarya fasts for her love Sameer (Salman Khan) while she was unmarried. After getting married to Vanraj she keeps fast for him too but does not love her.
Amitabh Bachchan and his better half Hema Malini in the movie keep fast for each other, Being miles apart with their children, the duo expresses their love to one another over the phone in their own beautiful way and opens the fast.
Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jaenge
Raj and Simran's love story is ultimate, in the movie, she has kept the fast for the love of her life and wants Raj to give her water to break it. The film showcases the immense love between Raj and Simran, with the latter not giving up until the end and finally breaking the fast with Raj handing her water to drink when Simran acts to collapse out of weakness from not eating throughout the day.
Unmarried Amrita is seen expressing her love to Shahid while performing the rituals of Karwa Chauth. The actress observes the fast and Shahid manages to break into her house to help her break it at the end of the day.
Posted By: Ashita Singh