Holi 2019: Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma, Saina Nehwal, Vijender Singh and Other Sports Personalities Make Festival of Colours Special for Fans
These sports stars have a huge number of followers. (Photo Credits: File image)

Holi, the festival of colours, is being celebrated across the country. Holi happens to be one of the most-awaited Hindu festivals of India. The festival of colours is celebrated at the end of the winter and marks the beginning of the spring season. It is also known as the festival of spring. There are various mythological stories related to Holi, which explain its origins. You can read more about that here. On the occasions of Holi, people smear each other with colours as part of the celebrations. Happy Holi 2019: Bollywood Celebrities Akshay Kumar, Amitabh Bachchan, Karan Johar Extend Their Wishes to Fans On the Festive Occasion.

Sports personalities have made good use of social media sites to connect with their fans. And sports celebrities from cricket to football make it a point to wish their fans on the festivals. With Holi being celebrated today, March 21, sports stars on Twitter since morning have been extending their wishes to the fans on the occasion of Holi.

India’s badminton star, Saina Nehwal took to Twitter and tweeted a colourful photo of shuttlecock, which is normally white. Mumbai Indians captain and Indian cricket team opener tweeted, “Holi is the time to reach out with colours of joy, it is the time to love and forgive and it’s also about the colours that you wanna paint your life with.” Happy Holi 2019 WhatsApp Stickers and Images: Dhulandi Greetings, Facebook Photos and Wishes to Celebrate Joyous Holi.

Here’s Saina’s tweet on the occasion of Holi

This is what Rohit Sharma tweeted

CSK batsman Suresh Raina tweet on Holi

Boxer Vijender Singh’s tweet

Indian cricket team captain Virat Kohli’s tweet

Spinner Yuzvendra Chahal’s tweet

Twitter is filled with celebrities across various fields extending their wishes to fans on the occasion of Holi. These sports stars have a huge number of followers and reaching out to fans on the festivals like Holi is a special gesture.