Siddharth Kumar Tewary’s hit show Karamphaldata Shani actors talk about playing Holi and their memories!
Tarun Khanna – Holi is the festival that makes me feel young. I don’t like to get dirty but the truth is that the real fun of Holi comes only when you get dirty. Childhood memories of Holi with my brother and cousins are something that will never come back. Those were the best times. I am going to London during Holi so let’s see if I can get the queen to play Holi with me!
Salil Ankola – Holi symbolises the triumph of good over evil. Otherwise, it’s a festival of fun, colour, food and lots of sweets, meat and family fun! We used to celebrate Holi at my elder first cousin’s place in Thane and there used to be 50 people, all close friends and family. Food would flow with music and mithais with kids running around playing colours. This time I will be home with my friends and family in Pune.
Kunal Bakshi – Holi means masti, dhamaal, good music, meeting all friends, awesome food, lots of colors and so much more! This year Holi the celebrations depend upon the shooting schedule. If shooting, then will celebrate with my lovely and awesome co-actors on sets and if I have an off then with more and more friends and co-actors.
Praneet Sharma – Holi for me is lots of fun, lots of yummy food and full on masti without wasting water. As I’ll be at shoot only this year so I’ll celebrate Holi with my friend Kartikey Bhaiya (Shani) and all the members of Shani team. But my wish is to celebrate with my papa. My best Holi memory is when I went with my Mummy and Papa to an orphanage and distributed colors and sweets to the children.
Kartikey Malviya – Holi means the triumph of good over bad. I wait for this festival madly because I love to play with colors with my friends. I play for five hours and also get a scolding from my mom when I get back home, as she has to clean all the mess. My mom says that if we pray to the Holika, we clean ourselves from all the evil and bad things. Also, I believe in playing with organic colors as they don’t cause any harm to our body. Holi is my favourite festival after Diwali.