Though the charm of Holi is a bit low due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the spirit is high among the citizens, making sure to celebrate this festival of colours with joy and with utmost precautions. While B-towners are seen reminiscing their old memories of holi, few of them celebrated it within their homes. Filmmaker Karan Johar celebrated holi with his twins Yash and Roohi Johar and mother Hiroo Johar. KJo shared pictures of his family’s holi celebration on Instagram, with a motivating caption.
Mentioning it to be an organic holi, he shared hope this festival of colours changes these dark times possibly hinting at the pandemic. KJo penned in his Instagram caption, “Organic Safe and still celebratory !!! Happy Holi to everyone !!! Let the colours of the festival change the grey and dark times forever ...” Karan was seen twinning with his kids in white traditional numbers, while he was sporting black sunnies. This post of KJo got numerous Bollywood celebs commenting on it such as Farah Khan, Malaika Arora, Seema Khan, Soni Razdan, Maheep Kapoor, Manish Malhotra, Pooja Hegde, Bhumi Pednekar, Bipasha Basu and more.
Check out his Instagram post below-
Meanwhile, Soha Ali Khan shared a boomerang video of splashing water with a water gun on her little daughter Inaaya Naumi Kemmu. She stated in her caption, that holi is her little ones’ favourite festival, her caption read, “Favourite festival by far!! #happyholi” ALSO READ: Holi 2021: Rahul Vaidya Shares Mushy Pics With GF Disha Parmar; Bigg Boss 14 Runner-Up Wishes Fans And Wants Them To Eat Mithai
Bollywood celebs have flooded the social media platform with holi wishes for their fans and have also urged them to be safe during this pandemic. ALSO READ: Holi 2021: Amitabh Bachchan And Sara Ali Khan Wish Fans Singing Song Rang Barse; Kangana Ranaut Celebrates The Festival With Film Tejas' Squad
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