Valentine’s Day, real or just a social media spectacle?

We’re sure your Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook newsfeeds are inundated with love pictures of couples wishing each other Valentine’s Day! Well, we asked television actors if Valentine’s Day was just an excuse to showcase themselves on social media, and here’s what they had to say!

Vijayendra Kumeria

Nowadays, people live a completely different life on social media. Couples go crazy sending love messages to each other on Valentine’s Day. I’ve seen couples post cute, loving pictures on social media and suddenly you get the message that they are no longer in a relationship. It’s pretty fun.

Kettan Singh

Not just for Valentine’s Day, but on every special day there are numerous posts on social media these days. Social media has now become a way of life for people. Still, I don’t think Valentine’s Day is limited to just social media. Try to find a place to sit that day. It’s so full.

Amal Sehrawat

I’m very private about celebrating my Valentine’s Day and spending the day with loved ones. For me, it’s not for social media. I’m sure there are many people like us who really love the day.

Amit sarin

Social media has become an integral part of today’s generation. Everything, including Valentine’s Day, is an opportunity to showcase yourself on social media.

Sharad Malhotra

Social media has changed many things, including the importance of celebration for all of us. People get ready and pose only to post pictures on social media. Every moment is captured and posted on social media and people are not enjoying the moment. I think any celebration, including Valentine’s Day, has become more of a social media spectacle.

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