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Indian and Pakistani actors Zindagi wish Happy Holi

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Indian and Pakistani actors Zindagi wish Happy Holi

The world praised the celebration of hues, Holi with much intensity yesterday (24 March). As Pakistani government likewise pronounced an occasion on Holi, our neighboring nation too had a ton of fun getting a charge out of the celebrations.

With Zindagi channel playing a scaffold and interface in the middle of Pakistan and India, here we have couple of on-screen characters from the mainstream channel sharing their contemplations and recollections on Holi…

Observe…

Sonali Nikam a.k.a. Jassi
I’ve always loved this festival. Since childhood, I’ve always spent Holi with my family and close friends. Like all festivals, this one too, dispels all negativity and is all about spreading cheer and happiness and the colours symbolise togetherness! Happy Holi.

Priyanka Khera a.k.a. Channi
I do have some unforgettable moments of this colourful festival. I still remember when I was a kid, I would wake up really early in the morning while everyone was still asleep, slowly walk into my dad’s room with Gulaal in my hands, colour his face completely and even his hair would turn pink!! I also have memories of spending Holi at my Nani’s place with cousins. Those were some really fun times. I wish everyone a very colourful Holi.

Rohit Bhardwaj a.k.a. Viren
I wasn’t very fond of Holi as a kid. Though I remember this one incident, when I was in the first year of college… my friends made me try Bhang for the first time, and this was a day before my Physics exam. I don’t remember what I wrote in my paper, but I did pass with flying colours (no pun intended!!) I’d like to wish my viewers a very Happy Holi.

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Karuna Pandey a.k.a. Padmini
Holi has always been a special festival for me and my family. My dad was with the defence services and we used to attend huge Holi gatherings that were celebrated in the traditional way with dance, music, Gulaal, water colours and traditional mithais. I like to celebrate a musical Holi with a geet – sangeet mehfil which really creates the perfect mood for the festival. This year, to celebrate Holi, I made Gujiyaas as I am very fond of them. It’s the time to spread love and forgiveness and truly understand the sentiment behind this festival.

Aamir Dalvi a.k.a. Rudra
It’s great to play Holi with your family and friends but I totally advocate a waterless Holi. I had a fun time playing Holi with Gulaal and natural colours as they can be washed off easily. Hope you guys enjoyed this festival of colours with happiness.

Fahad Mustafa as Abdul Qadir in Main Abdul Qadir Hoon
Holi is such a delightful festival, there is so much zeal and excitement. I am glad that the Pakistani Parliament announced a holiday on the occasion of Holi this year. We totally deserve it because it has such an universal appeal. I personally celebrate lot of festivals be it Christmas, Holi or Diwali. I like the fact that in Pakistan, people celebrate varied festivals without any distinction of caste and creed, it only brings the country and the people together.

Ahsan Khan as Aman in Meri Zindagi Hai Tu
For the first time, a holiday was announced for Holi in Pakistan and it is indeed great news! As I’m from London, I have friends from all around the globe and I love playing Holi. I totally enjoy this festival of colours and look forward to celebrating it every year with my Indian friends. I wish everyone a very delightful Holi. May the colours fill the air with love and laughter all around the world……….

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