Bollywood celebrities are usually seen throwing lavish Holi parties for their friends and family. This year owing to the "Go Green" nature, many of the celebrities have decided to stopped following their age old tradition of Holi parties.
Sanjay Gupta, Ekta Kapoor were some of the celebrities who were famous for their lavish parties but apparently they have decided to have a low key affair this time.
Not many celebrities are still interested in taking part in the colour festivities and are instead spotted celebrating the festival in a different way. While actors like Tiger Shroff and Bipasha Basu refrain from celebrating Holi, actors like Ayushmann Khurrana, Nimrat Kaur and other's are heading towards parties hosted by their friends.
Meanwhile actors like Ali Fazal will be focusing on work and keep away from the festive spirits completely. Take a look at what your favourite celebrities plan to do this Holi 2015.
Bollywood celebrities Holi plans revealed...
Sushant Singh Rajput:
It's going to be a dirty Holi for me. I'll be with my soul-mate Ankita and my close friends in Lavasa.
I'll be at a rain-dance party. It is being hosted by two friends who were recently married. It's their first Holi as a married couple. We'll have loads of fun, and only with organic colours.
Holi is food, fun, dance and frolic with close friends at a farm house in Chandigarh. This is the only festival when people who are in the public eye can venture out and have fun because nobody recognises you when your face looks like graffiti.
I don't play Holi. But I want to keep working hard to add colours to my parents' lives.
I've no Holi plans. I'm allergic to colours.
I'm not really a huge fan of the way this festival is celebrated in this country. It is an excuse for people to do a lot of stuff I don't really find fun. I've got a box of organic 'gulaal' (colour) which we shall play with at home in peace with my sister and a few friends. Then I might go out with my sister in the evening for a good dinner and a movie celebrating the holiday.
I'll be enjoying myself with my friends.
I'll be enjoying with family and friends. I guess that's what the rest of the country will be doing.
Instead Of Holi I'm getting ready to play my role this time. We just might skip the colours this Holi. But I suspect at some point during the day my house will be taken over and I'll be forced out into a rain dance.
I will be celebrating Holi with my friends in Mumbai this year.I will miss celebrating with my family. But will hopefully get some 'gujiya' (sweet) delivered at home.
I'm in the middle of shooting for Aligarh with Hansal Mehta. So I guess I'll skip Holi this year.