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HindustanTimes Tue,02 Sep 2014

A colourful sight

Hindustan Times  New Delhi, March 26, 2013
First Published: 17:58 IST(26/3/2013) | Last Updated: 00:43 IST(27/3/2013)

Some popular stars from the television and film industry share their Holi memories and their plans of celebrating the festival this year, with us

Jay Soni
Holi brings back memories of my childhood days when my friends and I would prepare water balloons and mischievously throw them at each other

Toral Rasputra
No one expects you to be polite during Holi, so you get to be naughty and get away with it as well. From the gulal to the balloons and the pichkaris, I love it all

Siddharth Shukla
I have always believed in playing a safe holi. I always play a dry holi, I as I don’t like to waste water. I use colours that are friendly for the skin
 
Aakanksha Singh
I’ve many memories of celebrating Holi back home in Jaipur. Luckily, I have found a wonderful family here on Na Bole Tum sets. It’s great to celebrate with them 

Geeta Basra
Growing up in London, Holi was a much anticipated festival. I used to gorge on the sweets and fill the water balloons

Anita Hassandani
As kids, we used to play Holi in our building and gorge on goodies with our gulaal laden faces

Drashti Dhami
I celebrate Holi with sweets and colours. We ignite Holika a day prior to Holi followed by puja

Shefali Zariwala
This year, I plan to invite my friends over and have a yummy traditional lunch. I’ll have a water free Holi

Mauli Ganguly
People should save water on Holi and find an alternative way to celebrate. My husband and I will be out of Mumbai that day

Gia Manek
The best memory of Holi is of throwing coloured water balloons, tomatoes and eggs from the 15th floor at people

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