Bollywood actors Riteish Deshmukh and Genelia D’Souza are one of the most loved couples of Tinseltown. Often setting couple goals, the actress dropped a cute yet romantic video of their Holi celebration. In the video, Genelia is seen showering flower petals on Riteish, making their chemistry adorable. Bringing in a dash of mischief is the Bank Chor actor, as he applies colour on Genelia’s face towards the end of the video. The video has Sajde Kiye Hain Lakhon track from Akshay Kumar’s movie Khatta Meetha playing in the background.
Sharing this video, Genelia stressed having a safe Holi keeping in mind the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. She urged to follow the COVID-19 restrictions while we celebrate this festival of colours. Genelia feels in these times of COVID-19, though small and intimate, what matters is the high spirits behind the celebration. The couple is seen in a white kurta, splashed with colours. Genelia shared this video, with the caption, “Find your own way to make festivals special (following all Covid restrictions)- even if it’s small and intimate, it’s the spirit that counts. Happy Holi.”
Check out the video below-
Meanwhile, Riteish Deshmukh on his Instagram account shared a video where he was seen wishing everyone a very happy Holi along with his wife Genelia and sons- Riaan and Rahyl. All four were seen in colour coordinating yellow kurta, beaming with joy. Balam Pichkari from Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani is played in the background with four of them grooving to it. ALSO READ: Sara Ali Khan Bumps Into A Tea Shop Named ‘Saif Chai Wala’; Excitedly Says ‘I Love My Dad’
Genelia, who suffered a fracture during her skating session, is recovering from it, one can see her arm in an arm support bracket. ALSO READ: Holi 2021: Kareena Kapoor Khan Reminisces Old Memories With Film Gabbar Is Back Co-Star Akshay Kumar And Producer Shabinaa; Drops Song Teri Meri Kahaani Video
Image Source: Instagram/geneliad
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