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Colourful splashes with celebs!

From splatters of colours to sweets that ask to be gorged on, the festival of Holi is all about celebrations. We talked to some celebs to find out what their plans are for this festival of colours. Read on to find out what your favourite stars are up to.

entertainment Updated: Feb 27, 2010 18:37 IST
Harpreet Arora

From splatters of colours to sweets that ask to be gorged on, the festival of Holi is all about celebrations. We talked to some celebs to find out what their plans are for this festival of colours. Read on to find out what your favourite stars are up to.

Aditya Narayan: This year my Holi is going to be very special and happening. The main reason behind this is that the year launches me as an actor in Bollywood and my film is also releasing this month. I will celebrate Holi with all my friends. I wish all my people Happy Holi too!

Sonali Kulkarni: I love to play Holi, it's the most beautiful festival that I prefer to celebrate. Earlier we used to play Holi with water but now I prefer to just play with dry colours, all my family members come together in one place and then we have full on fun and nobody is spared from colours. This year we have strongly decided to play Holi with Eco-friendly colours and not spoil the atmosphere around us.

Tanushree Dutta: Holi is a time to be spent with family and friends. But since I don't play Holi, I will probably be having a lunch at my house with family and call my friends home.

Manjari Fadnis: I love playing Holi but one that is waterless, as I don't believe in wasting water. But unfortunately this year I am shooting in Kerala and will not be celebrating and I am going to tremendously miss my family and friends & the good times.

Shankar Mahadevan: Holi is a very auspicious festival, which should be played peacefully. People should enjoy this festival but at the same time they should not forget their limits. I remember that when I was small we used to pull everyone and put them in mud and used to play Holi like that. Holi with mud is the best. I wish I could do the same again.

Anooradha Patel: Me and Kuku ji have plans to go to friend's place for Holi. Other friends are expected to join in. Holi has always been full of fun and frolic.

Payal Rohatagi: I have just landed back from Goa and have a lot of sun tan so I am not playing Holi as my skin is very sensitive. But never say never! If my friends come along then I might just smear some gulaal.