Top 5 iconic scenes from Bollywood movies to revisit for a filmy Holi

    Holi is one festival that Bollywood celebrities celebrate like no other. Well, here are some of the top Holi scenes from iconic Bollywood films you must revisit and match the vibe

    <p>Bollywood Holi scenes</p>

    Bollywood Holi scenes

    Typically observed in March in India, Nepal, other South Asian countries and across the diaspora, the Holi festival celebrates love and signifies a time of rebirth and rejuvenation — a time to embrace the positive things in life. Bollywood has always loved showing various festivals in it's movies, so how could it miss Holi? These mind blowing Holi scenes shown in the most iconic way in films will help you get that Holi feeling in every way. Keep reading!


    The enchanting chemistry between Shahid Kapoor and Deepika Padukone in Padmaavat is beautifully showcased in the Holi scene where Ratan Singh (played by Shahid Kapoor) is seated on a swing while Queen Padmavati (portrayed by Deepika Padukone) applies gulaal on her husband.


    In the iconic Bollywood film Sholay, the arrival of the Holi festival brings high drama to the screen. In the famous festive song Holi Ke Din, the characters engage in joyful revelry. However, tension mounts as a fire ignites at the top of a carousel, leading to the ominous descent of Gabbar and his gang onto the town of Ramgarh.

    Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-Leela

    This one of the most romantic and intense scenes in Bollywood. As everyone is busy celebrating Holi, Leela (Deepika Padukone) approaches Ram (Ranveer Singh) with a handful of Gulaal and goes on to apply it in a rather seductive manner. Well, there were no words needed to set the screen on fire with this scene. The scene from the film is loved and appreciated by fans.

    Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani

    In Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani, the Holi sequence marks a pivotal moment for Naina (portrayed by Deepika Padukone), who sheds her shyness and embraces her vivacious side. Bunny (played by Ranbir Kapoor) is taken aback by her remarkable transformation, leading to an impromptu dance performance by the entire group. The song shows the enjoyment the group has while celebrating Holi. 


    In Mohabbatein, the portrayal of Holi captures its essence as a time for reconciliation, where individuals set aside their differences to rejuvenate their bonds. Raj (played by Shah Rukh Khan) skillfully leverages the festive atmosphere to persuade the stern college principal, Narayan Shankar, to permit the students to celebrate Holi beyond the campus confines.

    Which Bollywood Holi scene would you want to recreate this year if you had the chance?