Actors, Actresses|March 1, 2010 1:26 am

Bollywood Celebrates and Enjoys Holi

Holi is not so far and Bollywood industry celebrates this festival in its own style. Though Industry celebrities are busy in their work, but same they do find time to play Holi. Here, some of celebrities are sharing their style of playing and enjoying Holi:

Vivek Oberoi

This year, Vivek Oberoi played his Holi with underprivileged children in Vrindavan in a traditional manner using flowers and colors. And also this was the first time, he played and enjoyed the Holi enjoying colors and danced on the banks of river Yammuna.

Deepika Padukone

Unfortunately, this year Deepika will not be ale to play Holi as she will be shooting on the next day of the festival. She states that though she enjoys playing colors a lot but she puts coconut oil before playing colors to safe her skin and hair.

Anushka Sharma

Anushka Sharma loves Holi and plays this festival with full energy. However, in all her madness of gulal, water balloons and colors, she doesn’t forget to be careful. Like Deepika, she also applies coconut oil in her scalp to prevent damages her hair from colors.

Esha Deol

Esha plays Holi by firstly putting colors on Lord Krishna’s murti. She enjoys Holi wildly. Remembering her childhood memory, she remembers of throwing eggs at people and once she ended up pelting a police person and had to police station. Applying coconut oil is one her rituals on the festival.

Diana Hayden

This year, Diana has planned to go a friend’s bungalow at Madh island to enjoy this festival. She loves colors and pichkaris. Remembering her childhood memory, she states that she loves playing this festival with her brother and friends. In order to prevent her skin and hair from damages, she puts coconut or olive oil in her hair and skin.

Lilette Dubey

She enjoys her Holi with her children with lots of color red, a color of vibrant and joyous color.

Vinay Pathak

Vinay enjoys this festival being sitting happily in the home and enjoying food. On that he spends his time with his family and being in himself.