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Some love it, some don?t

THE RIGMAROLE of colour and having to mix it with water is passe. A special spray is out this ?Holi?. It?s another item, which is going to add more fun to Holi. Ashish Chaurasia, a 22-year-old student said: ?I love the festival of Holi and I love perfume also. The colour spray is the mixture of both. So I fell for it. These sprays are coming in various colours. At present it is available in two forms in the market. One is a liquid colour and second is in foam.

india Updated: Mar 15, 2006 00:21 IST

THE RIGMAROLE of colour and having to mix it with water is passé. A special spray is out this ‘Holi’. It’s another item, which is going to add more fun to Holi.

Ashish Chaurasia, a 22-year-old student said: “I love the festival of Holi and I love perfume also. The colour spray is the mixture of both. So I fell for it. These sprays are coming in various colours. At present it is available in two forms in the market. One is a liquid colour and second is in foam.

Packaged in different weights, the foam spray can be purchased at Rs 35 to 50 and the liquid colour can be taken at Rs 20 to 30 only. Nitin Gupta, a colour seller said the spray is in huge demand. People are loving the sprays. Everyone wants to work quick and fast and without any messing. The colour spray meets the people’s requirement. So the people enjoy using it. “It is a big boost to the sale,” he added.

Similarly, Ramesh Balmiki, a colour seller said that there is a great demand of colour sprays. “Mostly school children and college goers like to purchase these sprays because using it is a great fun. These are times when people demand the same colour. But due to limited stocks, we cannot fulfill their demands,” he added. However, some feel the colour spray is not good for skin. It may cause skin irritations and is even harmful for the eyes.