Back to bachpan on Holi# Rang De Colors

 Mar 27 2013

  • Talk about festivals and everybody goes down the memory lane of their childhood. Holi is one such festival that strikes nostalgia and reminds us of our naughtiness. When We asked the Colors stars about their childhood memries associated with Holi, this is what they had to say…

  • Aakanksha a.k.a Megha who plays a mother of a grown up Navika in Na Bole Tum-2, went down the memory lane and remembered how she would go from one place to the other in tolis, colouring everyone at their doorstep.

  • Jay, the innocent Gujrati boy from Sanskaar, was quite a brat in his childhood. He used stay up the whole night before Holi to fill water balloons and pelt people in the morning.

  • Siddhartha Shukla a.k.a Shiv confessed to have enjoyed a healthy chhed-chhaad with girls and also how he got beaten up quite a number of times.

  • Shamim a.k.a Bhoomi remembered her first Holi, which she played in college as a distasteful one, where everybody kept hitting each other with Eggs!

  • Delhi boy Karan Wahi recalls that Holi in the capital city was all about showing-off. If the colour on your nails and lips did not go for at least six days, it was a big status symbol that you had played Holi.

  • Dheeraj Dhoopar, the new Prem of Sasural Simar Ka was very honest and told us that he was a ‘darpok’, who would hide on his terrace and throw balloons at others. But, once all his friends caught him at the terrace and rest you can imagine what would have happened to him.

  • Pragati Mehra’s memories of childhood were quite beautiful. She recollected how they used to soak yellow flowers in water to get a striking natural colour. She regrets not playing Holi with organic or natural colours anymore.
  • Veteran actress Smita Bansal used to play a very dirty Holi in her childhood with mud, tar-coal, oil paints and grease. The colour wouldn’t go from her face for days, but she still had fun.

  • Jayati Bhatia a.k.a Mataji of Sasural Simar Ka might be a strict head of the family, but in real life she was a fissadi, who used to throw balloons at people but never was able to hit anyone.

  • Jayati Bhatia a.k.a Mataji of Sasural Simar Ka might be a strict head of the family, but in real life she was a fissadi, who used to throw balloons at people but never was able to hit anyone.



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