Even though Deepika is not in town, there are hoardings of the actress immersed in colours plastered all across the city.
The large hoardings are a part of a haircare product that Deepika endorses.
The omnipresence of Deepika across the city sure does make up for her physical absence during the festive season.
Deepika says, “It’s time for Holi, one of my favourite Indian festivals. I love it because it is all about having unadulterated fun with friends, family and even strangers. I remember celebrating the festival when I was a kid. I used to play Holi with friends from my building every year. I loved playing with colour and gobbling up the delicacies our mothers made. And of course, no Holi celebration was complete without music. It was all about getting together, laughing and enjoying with the people you love.”
Who better than the Balam Pichkari girl to tell us how to enjoy Holi to the fullest!
Deepika’s hoardings across town sure to bring out the festive season at its best with the actress encouraging on and all to let go and enjoy the festival of colours!
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