Holi is referred as celebrating the festival of colors all over the country today. Today, people play water color in the morning and gulal in the evening, they hug and greet each other Happy Holi. This festival is celebrated not only in India but also abroad. Holi is celebrated in the society. Holi is not just a color but a symbol of love and brotherhood too.
Just like every year, Bollywood celebrities extended their warm and colourful wishes to their fans on social media. Leading tinsel town stars including Amitabh Bachchan, Akshay Kumar, Madhuri Dixit, Hrithik Roshan have sent their wishes to their fans and urged them to have a safe Holi
Bollywood’s megastar Amitabh Bachchan, who was recently seen in ‘Badla’, wished happy holi to his fans on Twitter.
Akshay Kumar extended his wishes on Twitter by writing, ”May this Holi add more colours to your life. Wishing you all a very Happy Holi and Navroz Mubarak as well.” The actor’s film ‘Kesari’ has hit the silver screens today.
Hrithik Roshan, who will be next seen in ‘Super 30’, wrote, ”May the spirit and colors of Holi fill you with happiness, peace and love. Happy Holi beautiful people. #HappyHoli.”
Emraan Hashmi, who was last seen in ‘Why Cheat India’, sent his warm Happy Holi wishes to his fans on Twitter.
”This Holi let us strive to paint a colourful world for everyone! Stay safe, enjoy responsibly!,” Madhuri Dixit tweeted along with a GIF video.
Filmmaker Karan Johar tweeted, ”Color the world with your goodness and good intentions….#happyholi to you and yours.”
Anil Kapoor wished his fans on social media.
Kiara Advani wrote, “Wishing you all a very Happy and colourful holi! Have fun, be safe and spread happiness 🌈” In a second tweet, Kiara adviced, “Let’s Save Water this #Holi 🙏🏼 and spread colours of kindness🎨”
Kriti Sanon shared, “Happppyyy Holi everyone!! 🌈 May this year be filled with colors of love, happiness and inspiration 🎨🎨
Sara Ali Khan posted, “Wishing everyone a #happy #bright #colorful #exciting #playful #safe #holi! 🙏😀🙌🏻🌈🍭🔫🛁❤️🧡💛💚💙💜❗️”
Ajay Devgn shared a picture of his son, Yug and wrote, “All the shades of Holi…”