TV stars celebrate Social Distancing wali Holi – Telly Updates

Shakti- Astina K Ehsas Rubina Dialik alias Soumya from Kird He says, “Holi means positivity, color and new hope. Last year was very challenging for everyone but life is returning to normal and it is time for celebration. You said you still need to be extremely careful about the situation and celebrate by staying safe. I and my family will have a Holi party fun at home where we will make some maximum snacks to maintain safety and take maximum care. ”

Aura Bhatnagar as Bondita from Barrister Babu, “I celebrate Holi with my family and friends. We have made sure to use organic dyes only for the celebration and avoid using water. This is my favorite festival and I will celebrate it on the set of Barrister Babu with my family and co-stars. ”


Cricketer Sanger alias Sandhya Tomar of Chhota Sardarani He said, “Every year we follow the traditional way of celebrating Holi at home by lighting Holika one day before other rituals. The next day we celebrate with a custom family lunch. This year we can’t celebrate outside, I just stay home and spend quality time with your family. ”


Avanish Rekhi alias Sarabjit Gill of Chhota Sardarani He said, “Holi is not just about playing with colors, we are celebrating together with our family members. (Epidemic) All over the country (or across the continent), one needs to be more careful and more responsible when it comes to celebrating. I will make sure that as a responsible citizen I will celebrate this festival at home with my children and wife keeping in mind the safety and precaution. ”


Riya Sharma alias Mayura Pinjra of Khusurati“Holi is one of the funniest festivals in our country. It is full of colors, music, dance, food and fun. It represents the victory of good over evil and is celebrated with enthusiasm. This year, I want my audience and fans to take special care and keep a distance from each other while playing Holi. I follow this too when I play on set with my Pinjara family! ”


Sahil Apple alias Omkar, Pinjar of beauty“Holi is a festival full of excitement and love and laughter and I have loved everything about Holi since I was little. With every stage of my life, the meaning of Holi has changed for me. In the past it was just about fun, then it was all about partying and today I like to spend time with my family and have a relaxing celebration. It’s time for me to cheat on the diet too because when Holi becomes a special treat I am one of the best food!


Amar Upadhyay as Virendra Pratap Singh from Morocco, “My Holi begins with Holika Dahan, when we remove our negativity for positivity. I don’t play Holi with colors anymore, but as a youngster I have played a lot. These differ from all-natural dyes compared to today, which are filled with harmful chemicals. I pray and urge everyone to play a safe and healthy Holi responsibly and not to forget to bridge the social gap, especially with the epidemic. So this year I am going to celebrate Holi with my wife and daughter. ”


Ankit Gupta as Fateh at Udarian“I always celebrate Holi with family and friends. We watch the Holika Dahan and celebrate the true spirit of the festival. My childhood friends and I used to play with paint and water balloons, but now we have become more aware of our environment and have emphasized on playing safe and dry Holi. Also due to our busy shooting time I will not only celebrate on the set of COLORS ‘Udaariyaan’ with the crew and cast from Punjab, but of course with full vigilance. Stay safe to all of you and happy Holi to all of you! ”


Isha Malviya as the jasmine among the liberals“I believe that Holi is a special day and a festival of colors and sweets. It is a day to rejoice with those close to your heart. And this year I have missed celebrating Holi as I am busy shooting in Punjab with my family and friends, but we will come on video call. This Holi, I am spending time on the set of Udarian with my new family and I am really looking forward to this! ”


Priyanka Chaudhary as Tejo in Udarian“Holi brings back many beautiful memories. My friends and I always used to shop in advance for ‘injectors’ and paints. And in the excitement of Holi, it was a ritual to get up early and take an oil champi from the mother. This year I will be celebrating Holi on the set of Udarian with the team, who are all equally enthusiastic about this celebration. Also this year everyone has ensured to observe social distance while playing Holi for the safety of everyone on the set. ”


Aditya Ojha alias Yug from Namak Isk Ka says, “For me, Holi is a lot of fun with family and friends. In Bihar, like most places in India, your Holi starts at morning and lasts till midnight! Morning means ‘wet holi’ (with water colors) and in the evening we play happy holi (with dry colors). I’m already losing it knowing I won’t be coming to Holi, but I’m just as excited to play safe Holi on set and then with my family! ”


We wish everyone a happy and secure Holi Holi.