On her YouTube account, Aaliyah Kashyap posted a video of her birthday celebrations. She celebrated her 21st birthday at home with a small brunch.
In her most recent vlog video, Aaliyah Kashyap, daughter of filmmaker Anurag Kashyap, recounted her birthday celebrations. She began the video by thanking everyone for their support and confessing that she was ‘a touch tipsy right now.’ She argued it was fine that she was filming on her 21st birthday because she is now legally able to drink. “One thing you might not know about me is that on birthdays, I am large, like, huge.” My birthday is one of my favourite days of the year. Who wouldn’t want a day dedicated just to me? I’m sorry, but people who dislike birthdays are weirdos. My birthday is one of my favourites. Every year, I am so looking forward to it that I begin counting down from six months in advance. “I’m one of those people,” Aaliyah remarked in the vlog, standing in a bathrobe in front of the mirror. This segment of the video was taken on the eve of her birthday.
“However, those of you who are from India know that the situation here is pretty horrible right now with Covid, the third wave, and other things, so it’s not a wonderful time to have a birthday, especially a 21st birthday.” Since the day I turned 16, I’ve been looking forward to my 21st birthday. It’s OK; the circumstances are what they are, and I’m making the best of it. I’m having a small breakfast with five people tomorrow. “I’m making sure everyone gets tested before they come here because I don’t want to take any chances,” she explained.
Aaliyah claimed that she had planned a ‘far bigger occasion’ with roughly 30-35 people, but that she had to cancel it because to an increase in Covid-19 cases in Mumbai. “I’m not doing that anymore; I had to cancel it for something minor.” That is, however, the plan for tomorrow. We are, however, heading to my mother’s place tonight to celebrate my birthday. Because that’s our tradition every year, it’ll just be me, Shane (her boyfriend), my mum, Ida (Ali, the daughter of filmmaker Imtiaz Ali), and Ida’s parents,” she said.
“Your girl is turning 21.” “I can finally drink on my vlogs without getting s**t from people, I can do drunk vids and whatnot, I can’t wait,” she continued.