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Sanaya Irani: I’d like to first put colours on Mohit Sehgal – Watch video!
The Rangrasiya actor has big plans to celebrate Holi with her friends this year
Sanaya Irani wants to be the first one to apply colour on her beau Mohit Sehgal…awww… how romantic! Click here to read more
Madhubala Ek Ishq Ek Junoon: Will Madhu convince Abhay Kapoor to play Holi?
Madhu is under the influence of bhaag and anything she says or does would be forgiven, but will AK simply let his secretary go without a punishment?
Madhubala Ek Ishq Ek Junoon is Holi and Abhay Kapoor (Gunjan Utreja) has thrown a huge party for Bebe (Neelu Kohli). Click here to read more
Priyanka Chopra, Deepika Padukone and Kangana Ranaut will help you dress this Holi!
The festival of colours is just around the corner. And we’re sure you’re as excited as we are. But like each year, it’s difficult to decide what to wear, hai na? So, here’s some help, directly from Bollywood
Next week it’s Holi, the Hindu festival of colours. In Bollywood, this colourful festival is mostly celebrated by wearing white outfits. Considering that you all are such Bollywood fanatics, we’ve got you some help from Priyanka Chopra, Deepika Padukone, Katrina Kaif, Kangana Ranaut, Sonakshi Sinha, Alia Bhatt, Anushka Sharma and Kareena Kapoor Khan to dress up this Holi. Click here to read more
Why was Sunil Grover replaced by Krushna Abhishek for Holi special show?
Gutthi seems to have his hands full with his Mad In India show
Sunil Grover is out of a Holi special show by a leading channel. The comedian has been replaced by Krushna Abhishek. Grover who is best known for his portrayal of Gutthi was to dress up like a mermaid for this show. However, his current show played the spoilsport. Click here to read more
Deepika Padukone, Priyanka Chopra, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Rani Mukerji, Madhuri Dixit: Who is Bollywood’s hottest Holi babe?
As we gear up to celebrate the festival of colours with tremendous joy and incredible spirit, BollywoodLife presents the hottest B-town babes who gave us some unforgettable Holi songs and colourful moments to cherish forever…..
Bollywood directors have captured the festival of colours on celluloid with some of the hottest stars in the industry, time and again. If the evergreen Rekha acquired cult status as the ultimate Holi fantasy of almost every Indian man by getting soaked in colours in Rang barse bheege chunarwali from Yash Chopra’s 1983 film Silsila, there have been other B-town beauties too who gave us those naughty moments now etched in our collective filmi fantasies. Click here to read more
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan voted sexiest Holi babe!
The elegant Bachchan bahu has been voted as the hottest and the sexiest beauty in an exclusive poll conducted by BollywoodLife
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan continues to rule our colourful fantasies, or at least that’s what our poll seems to suggest. We asked our readers who in their opinion was the hottest Holi babe – the choices ranged from Rekha to Madhuri Dixit-Nene and from Hema Malini to Deepika Padukone. Click here to read more
Holi special: Bollywood’s hatke Holi songs
To celebrate the occasion this year, we give you a unique collection of songs that aren’t typical Holi Bollywood numbers, but remain as colourful and vibrant as the festive spirit itself….
Bollywood has always glorified Holi, the festival of colours through a variety of songs high on bhaang and love. Holi songs are timeless and everlasting favourites, replayed every year Click here to read more
HOLI SPECIAL: Ranveer Singh, Hrithik Roshan, Deepika Padukone, Rani Mukerji get coloured
It’s holi, yay! And a perfect time to look at how colourful our movies are getting…and for what reasons!
‘Holi kab hai…kab hai Holi?’ is the dialogue from Sholay that bachcha bachcha remembers as the colourful day draws near. Click here to read more
The colours of gulaal: Asin, Neha Dhupia, Chitrangda Singh go super vibrant!
The B-town babes were spotted wearing the colours of Holi – pink, blue, green and more. And since they complement the festival perfectly, we take a look at their cool and bright style statements
Holi is here and it’s time to pay homage to this fun fest by taking those stylishly colourful clothes out of your wardrobe. Neons are perfect for the season, and so are electrifying colours that synchronise with the spirit of this occasion. Click here to read more
Holi special feature: Is Imran Khan as cool as ‘blue’?
We take a look at how the fifth colour that forms a rainbow – blue – is depicted on the big screen
In the spirit of Holi – the festival of colours – we bring you our interpretations of how various shades and hues are represented in Bollywood. Take blue, for instance. When you think of or see the light blue colour in a rainbow, things that come to mind instantly are calm blue waters or a clear blue sky; someone’s cool personality, or a summery blue dress. The colour makes us go into a relaxation state of mind, soothing our nerves. It makes us think of exotic beaches, or the early morning walk. Let’s take a look at how light blue reminds us of a film, or a star, or mood or element in a Bollywood film in recent times. Click here to read more
HOLI Special: TV actors reveal their festival plans
Avika Gor, Shashank Vyas, Gurmeet Chaudhary, Kunal Karan Kapoor and many more let us in on how they are going to have fun on Holi
Their hectic schedule rarely gives them free time for fun and celebrations. But this Holi (March 8), some of India’s fave television names will spend time with family and friends, while some will be celebrating on the sets. The actors recall their childhood memories of the festival and also spread the message of a safe Holi to all. Avika Gor of Sasural Simar Ka, Rati Pandey of Hitler Didi, Shashank Vyas of Balika Vadhu, Sameer Soni of Parichay, Gurmeet Chaudhary of Punar Vivah, Kunal Karan Kapoor of Na Bole Tum… Na Maine Kuch Kaha and Navneet Nishan of Hitler Didi reveal their plans. Click to know more!
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Holi special: Ajay Devgn is an Indigo man!
We bring to you our version of how this special colour in the rainbow is depicted on the big screen
Think Bollywood and you’ll think of several colours, but we bet indigo won’t be one of them. Indigo is the colour of contemplation, of deep reflection, even depression and that’s not something our movies do regularly. Maybe that’s why it has not been used as often as other popular colours, like say red or yellow, but it’s not been ignored either. It pops up when you least expect it and paints your expectations in a different hue. We present to you the various shades of indigo: Click here to read more
Madhuri or Saif: Who represents violet better?
A ray of violet is all you need to get the much required spunk and energy. It can brighten up rooms as well as lighten up moods
Representing qualities such as royalty, luxury, nobility, spirituality and self-esteem, our Bollywood filmmakers make sure they use this tantalising hue in the movies quite creatively. Although the summers are around and people are doing their best to protect themselves from harsh ultraviolet rays, we suggest you simply bask in it for some time and enjoy the special filmi touch that we have given to it… Click here to read more
HOLI SPECIAL: Ranveer Singh or Ranbir Kapoor…who is the most colourful character?
Bollywoodlife.com hunts for the most multi-hued B-towner
As holi draws closer and we get our pichkaris and water balloons ready, we also look for a star who could play brand ambassador for this festival of colours. While some of our B-town folk have colourful personalities, some like Ranbir Kapoor have colourful love lives and others like Ranveer Singh have been part of some really colourful stories. Take a look at who made the cut and vote for your favourite pick. Click here to read more
Holi special feature: Is Genelia D’Souza vibrant orange?
We bring to you our version of how the second colour in the rainbow – orange – is depicted on the big screen
The first reaction that pops into your head when you think of the colour orange is ‘vibrant’. Like the colourful demographic of India, Bollywood films too have a wide appeal, ranging from serious cinema to frothy entertainers that can encompass various colours. But it’s the masala flicks that you can easily associate with the bright hue. After all, Bollywood filmmakers believe in putting a smile on your face and cheer in your heart, just like the way you feel when you see the sun or eat a nectarine. Click here to read more