It's cheesy: Pune's senior citizens celebrate love with pizza party, music, roses
Amit Khadikar while performing at the event.TBC/

It's cheesy: Pune's senior citizens celebrate love with pizza party, music, roses

The inhabitants of Punyadham Ashram in Pune celebrated the spirit of V-Day with their friends, delicious pizzas and roses.

Pune: On February 12, two days before the day of love, the inhabitants of Punyadham Ashram celebrated the spirit of Valentine’s Day with their friends, delicious pizzas, and roses. Circle of Crust took it on them to celebrate the day with the senior citizens and the staff by distributing pizzas along with a rose.

Not only did the crowd enjoy the cheesy-ness of the circular wonders, but they were also entertained with a live performance by Amit Khadikar. In a bid to entertain the elderly, Amit performed on songs they requested, which gave a boost to the senior citizens. They did not just enjoy the music but also grooved to some of the peppy numbers.

Talking about the event, Amit said, "As a musician, I am in the business of spreading smiles and cheers. I was very happy to do that for the ‘young at heart’ folk at Punya Dham Ashram on the occasion of Valentine's Day. I happy to see everyone sing along to the tunes that were a mix of Bollywood classics like Yeh Shaam Mastani, Lag Jaa Gale, and upbeat numbers like Aaj Kal Tere Mere Pyaar Ke Charche, and Roop Tera Mastana, among others.”

About the event, Maa Krishna Kashyap, lovingly known as Mataji, said, "Punyadham Ashram has always strived to give back to the community and spread love. This Valentine's Day having Circle of Crust come and spend the day with us and share the love meant everything to each and everyone one of us and filled our hearts with so much joy and music. We had a wonderful time eating pizza and singing and dancing to the lovely tunes performed for us for this occasion.”

Talking about the concept, Kartik Ganesh, the brand manager of Circle of Crust, said, “We believe that people have forgotten that our parents should be our first love. We have always believed that giving back the love we receive is what matters the most. Spending Valentine’s Day this year with the senior citizens at the ashram was the ideal way for us to celebrate this day.”

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