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Sangati Jogwar

India is celebrating Holi today in a restricted way due to the corona pandemic. Nevertheless, it certainly could not stop people from enjoying the colors among their groups. And even celebrities and Bigg Boss 14 contestants could not control themselves from enjoying Holi albeit following all the lockdown rules.

Priyanka Chopra Jonas Celebrates Holi With Nick and His Parents

Despite spending most of her time abroad PeeCee always ensures that she celebrates all the Indian festivals and rituals. On the occasion of Holi, the former Miss World enjoyed some colorful moments with dearest hubby Nick Jonas and his parents. In the multiple clicks that she shared one can see the different Holi colors on display decorated with real pink and red rose flower petals.

She captioned, "Holi, the festival of colors is one of my favorites. Hope we can all celebrate it with our loved ones but in our HOMES! #HappyHoli everyone❤️."

In India Bollywood's Shahensha Amitabh Bachchan shared an epic monochrome picture enjoying Holi with wife Jaya and very young Abhishek. He used his ever-so-famous song from Silsila as the caption. Big B wrote, "Rang barse bheege chunar wali rang barse ..HOLI HAI."

Bigg Boss 14's Rahul Vaidya-Disha Parmar, Jasmin, and Aly Enjoy Holi

For Bigg Boss 14 contestants Rahul Vaidya, Jasmin Bhasin, and Aly Goni, this Holi is very special as they found their true love this year. A video clip of how Aly and Jasmin are enjoying the festival of colors this year is currently making rounds which have made the Jasly fans very happy.

 

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Singing sensation Rahul Vaidya who also discovered his love for longstanding friend Disha Parmar during his Bigg Boss 14 stint shared a beautiful picture with his lady love along with a Holi special message.

The former Indian Idol finalist wrote, "Wishing you all a very happy Holi, from me and mine to you and yours! Stay home & Stay safe everyone! Celebrate with your family and don’t forget to eat all the mithaisss!!"

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