The much awaited and celebrated festival spreading joy and happines is Holi, the festival of colors. Celebrated with fervor and gusto across regions in India, the festival brings joy, festivities and happiness to one and all! To celebrate this ocassion, SAB TV brings to you SAB Ki Holi, the first ever extravagant event that portrays different cultures and flavours of Holi in India.
Karan Godwani and Shama Sikander perform the Punjabu Act at SAB TV's SAB Ki Holi.
Holi binds people from different cultures and religions and douses them in bright hues; just what SAB TV does, bringing the families together to celebrate this ocassion. SAB Ki Holi, anchored by Dilip Joshi and Disha Wakhani (Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashma) will introduce the theme of the event through a semi patrioric act performed by artsistes Balveer, Meher, Piyush, Bakula, Bhavesh and others portraying different cultures of India. Promising a combination of fun and entertainment to its viewers, the event will showcase cultural acts of different states & regions including Pahadi act, Punjabi act, Rajasthani folk dance, comedy acts and puppet act performed by popular artistes of SAB TV to a medley of Holi songs.
Shama Sikander for SAB TV's Balveer: “Holi for me is an occasion that brings together people of all cultures. This festival of colours, for me is a symbol of love and togetherness. My childhood memories of Holi comprise of me running away and hiding from people as I used to be petrified of being doused in colours. I’ve started playing and enjoying Holi since last five years; I like to enjoy the occasion with my family and close friends. Every year on Holi, I go out with my friends, dance and binge on Holi delicacies.
Karishma Tanna for SAB TV's Balveer: “Holi for me is a festival of colors and a lot of fun and I look forward to perform at SAB TV’s Hum Sab Ki Holi Event. I will be performing a Neon act which is going to be a treat to watch as the act is very interesting and I am delighted that I am a part of it. On Holi, my best childhood memory was when we use to set up artificial rain in our society and enjoy Holi with all friends. But if you ask me now, I am not that fond of Holi as it spoils my skin and hair and this is the only message I would like to give everyone is that do not play Holi with artificial colors as it is harmful for your skin”
Gia Manek for SAB TV's Jeannie Aur Juju: “I have really good memories of Holi and I don’t forget to play it with my dear ones. The best memory of Holi is that one of my friend stays on the 15th floor and all of us had gone there and we threw colored water balloons, tomatoes and eggs from such a height at all the people who were playing Holi down in the society. This Holi was so much fun and I look forward to having the same fun even this Holi with my friends”