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Do not mess with them

HT City gives a sneak peek into the messiest Holi these celebs have ever played.

entertainment Updated: Mar 20, 2011 00:39 IST

HT City gives a sneak peek into the messiest Holi these celebs have ever played

My messiest Holi was in Delhi with my friends, who didn’t let me come out of the water tub.
—Actor Mahi Vij

Once, I played Holi with oil paints, mud and ice barrels. It was so much fun, even though the colours were not coming off.
—Eesha Koppikhar

The messiest Holi I’ve played was in school when we hired tempos and threw eggs at people which is bad and one shouldn’t do it. We then, ended up at somebody’s farmhouse, drinking strange, unidentified drinks.
- Soha Ali Khan, actor

When I was in Delhi, we played filthy Holi with eggs replacing balloons and silver paint replaced dry colours.
- Cyrus Sahukar, actor

I used to play Holi a lot when I was a kid. My mother used to oil me from top to bottom. I have done everything from playing with oil paints to throw water balloons at others.
— Chitrangada Singh, actor

I played the worst Holi during my college days. From eggs to oil paints to grease, nothing was too much for our gang.
— Jacky Bhagnani, actor

My messiest Holi was at my hostel while doing my MBA many years ago. Paints, mud, colour, bhang…you name it and we had it all all there. It was awful but fun.
— Mini Mathur, TV host

I played my messiest Holi in Jodhpur two years ago, with designer Raghavendra Rathore. I was red for two days.
— Sameera Reddy