Halloween 2020: B-town dresses up for a spookfest

With the beginning of the fall, begins the spooky season that brings the festival of Halloween or All Saints' Eve.

Dedicated to remembrance of the departed souls, the festival is observed in several countries on October 31 in the traditional manner.

According to a popular theory, the tradition of Halloween is heavily influenced by ancient Celtic harvest festivals and that of mainly Samhain.

Like most other festivals, Halloween too will be celebrated this year in the shadow of the coronavirus pandemic.

While organising grand parties is not safe amid the soaring coronavirus cases in the country every day, a simple and fun way to celebrate the festival this year is by organising a small family party for loved ones.

Can’t figure out how? Take some inspiration from our B-town celebs.

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