With Eid just around the corner, most TV shows have already introduced special segments to commemorate the holy month and celebrate the festivity of Eid with celebs and influencers.
Ayeza Khan, one of the top TV actors of Pakistan, was also recently seen attending Jeeto Pakistan's Ramazan special show, where she shared snippets from her life during the holy month and participated in SnackVideo's Ramazan campaign by recording a message for the video sharing platform.
Her video did remarkably well on the platform, encouraging myriads of fans to follow her lead.
SnackVideo’s in-app challenges for Ramazan got us our favourite influencers together on one platform
SnackVideo's recently launched a campaign under the hashtag #EidReward featuring dramas, recipes, and Ramazan traditions to celebrate the blessed month and so far, the hashtag has received a whopping number of entries from people documenting their wonderful iftar meals and indoor activities, which have helped them win lots of fun prizes.
Here are all the challenges we came across:
With more than 209,000 pageviews and 125,000 participants till date, this hashtag showcased a variety of delicious iftar recipes from the SnackVideo community, including traditional items, like samosas, pakora, chicken rolls, shami kebabs and fruit salads.
Users like @YourFoodLab recorded creative recipe videos, like homemade chocolate coffee which got reposted multiple times.
The internet seems to love lip-syncing to dramas.
Creators around the country took to the app to act out their favourite scenes from their Pakistani dramas while fasting.
A video with over 133k views and 12.4k likes by @RamadanMoralStories was a heart-warming clip, where a family was shown sharing their food in unique ways.
The challenge was a massive success with over 223,000 views in the first two weeks and more than 64,000 users sharing up to 137,000 videos.
SnackVideo users got to share their daily routines, Eid wishes and outfit inspiration under this hashtag.
So far, this challenge has received over 590,000 pageviews and 204,000 videos, representing Pakistani enthusiasm when it comes to celebrating the spirit of Ramadan and spreading the message of hope.
What's new for Eid?
The short-video platform is encouraging diverse ways of celebrating Eid-ul-Fitr to make people smile amidst these testing times.
For the purpose, SnackVideo has initiated a brand new Eid event which would include four hashtag challenges to cover the festivity, recreate old photos, Q&A and AR.
Download the app to explore all kinds of fun activities.
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