Married couples Karan-Jennifer, Ravi-Sargun celebrate Holi

The countdown to the festival of colours, Holi, has already begun. And for some television stars it has come early, since they are already busy playing with colours while shooting for the special episode of Holi.

Followed by the channel Colors’ Holi bash, Star Plus is all set to host a Holi festival special titled ‘Masti Gulal Ki’ and that too without water along with a number of TV couples on the sets. The small-screen actresses will be competing with the actors on the sets of the colour festival themed special episode.

And the good news for the fans of small screen star Karan Singh Grover of ‘Qubool Hai’ is that he will soon be seen on a Star Plus’s show.

And according to reports, Karan will be seen playing the host of Star Plus’ Holi special episode. As the show is a Holi special, it will offer a visual delight for viewers of the channel. While Jennifer reportedly took the offer since she is a part of the Star Plus show ‘Saraswatichandra’, but Karan joined the show because of his fans.

This will be the couple’s first show together after marriage. Almost four years ago the two were seen together in a program.

While Karan was seen in a white kurta-pajama, which is a contrast to his new ponytail, Jennifer looked stunning, too, in a lehenga and choli, quite similar to her onscreen character Kumud.

Besides Karan-Jennifer, the ‘Nach Baliye’ winners Rithvik Dhanjani and Asha Negi and the newly married Ravi Dubey and Sargun Mehta will be seen competing with each other as well for the special Holi show.

And the best part about this Holi celebration is that there is no use of water colours in the program. The popular television celebrities will be seen playing with Gulaal and flowers to spread awareness on the conservation of water.

The show will be telecast on March 16th, on Star Plus.

Holi is celebrated across India. And the celebrations begin with a bonfire on the night before Holi where people come together to participate in singing and dancing. On the following morning the festival of colours is celebrated, where everyone joins and plays with dry colours or coloured water, with some carrying water guns and coloured water-filled balloons for their water fight against each other. Groups carrying drums and musical instruments travel from one place to another, too, singing and dancing.