“Are kaine maari pichkaari tori bheegi angiya…”
Bollywood celebrities celebrate Holi in its full galore. But, being the section of people that the whole nation, in fact the entire world looks up to, they have taken it up on their shoulders to create awareness about the huge water wastage during Holi.
“Satrangi raangon gulaalo ki duniya..”
The Big B of the industry, along with Junior B is always very enthusiastic on Twitter and other social media to wish their fans a very happy Holi. They tend to spend the day in a very personal way. Most of the pictures of the Bachhan family celebrating Holi, feature the family together, smeared in the colors of this spring festival, Mr. Bachhan and his family is often seen in white traditional Indian apparels on this day.
“Holi ke din dil khil jaate hai, Rangon mein rang mil jaate hain”
So what is she is out of the country? Priyanka Chopra celebrated Holi with equal zeal and gusto last year on the sets of Quantico! She made sure that everyone on the set of this Amercian serial joined her in the festive spirit.
“Do me a favor, lets play Holi..”
Holi is a festival of fun and gaiety. It takes away the boundary of religion, borders, language and any other barriers. Our very own Sallu Bhai, was seen playing Holi with kids and adult on the sets of “Sultan” in his own style and attitude. This is perhaps the best way of “Being Human”?
“Holi khele Raghuveera Awadh mein…”
Bollywood is famous for its innumerous private Holi parties thrown by the renowned celebrities like the one at Shabana Azmi and Zaved Akhtar’s place, where celebrities like Dia Mirza, Nandita Das, Divya Dutta, Tisca Chopra were spotted looking cute and happy in casual clothes, mostly salwar kameez and kurtis.
The actress-singer Ila Arun looked gorgeous in a designer Anarkali suit, dancing merrily to the Holi tunes.
“Aaj na chhodenge bass humjoli, khelenge aaj Holi…’.
Apart from the private parties, the big names of the media and channels throw their own Holi bash across Mumbai.
One such famous Holi Party is the one organized by the Zoom Channel. Kangana Ranaut, Jacqueline Fernandes, Varun Dhawan etc. the young clan of the Bollywood fraternity visit these type of parties and spend their day together with other celebrities of the silver and smaller screens.
If we are to discuss fashion, most of the celebrities are usually seen in casual attires. Although most of them, both men and women, try to stick to ethnic wear like salwar kameez and kurta pajamas, the younger kids pair up kurtis and tops with jeans. The more traditional and elaborate costumes, like designer lehengas, and sarees are kept for the post Holi party where there are less chances of ruining them.
To finish it up, speaking in Salman Bhai’s language: Do whatever you do man, Wear whatever you want to, Just play Holi safely, and don’t bother the animals and don’t trouble your mom!