Television Producer - Actor Rahul Raj Singh is all set to
celebrate Holi in Bollywood style 'Color Blast'. This is not for the first time
that the television actors will unite for this religious festival of Holi but in
fact, it is an initiative by Rahul Raj Singh founder of 'Yuva Tiger Entertainment'.
It will be celebrated in support of an NGO, Apna Ghar, which serves for the
homeless and elderly people.
Actor Rahul Raj Singh states, "I feel extremely happy that most of the actors from television industry have been a part of this celebration, as I strongly feel that there is a need to have a time for ourselves. Forget your worries and have a blast. Groove yourself in colors and get painted with love affection and celebration."
Actors who enjoyed themselves thoroughly in this party were Sara Khan, Karan Wahi, Vishal Singh, Karan Mehra, Munisha Khotwani, Darsheel Safary, Urvashi Rautela, Gurmeet Choudhary, Debina Bonnerjee Choudhary, also experts of singing fraternity Abhijeet Bhattacharya, Kumar Sanu, Mika Singh, Bollywood actor Vivek Oberoi, Arjun Rampal, Anuj Sachdeva.
Sara Khan: I love this festival as this is only occasion for we actors to celebrate with fun.
Urvashi Rautela: I would love to have a blast with 'Color Blast' as the occasion itself is supposed to be that way and Rahul is doing a good job by joining this with a social cause.
Vishal Singh: Rahul is my bestest buddy it's going to be a great fun to celebrate Holi with all my friends.
Bonnerjee Choudhary: Rahul, you are doing a good job in two
ways. One by organizing such an event for television actors like us so that we
can make time for our self, and another is you have 'Apna Ghar', where you try
to give all facilities by supporting them in different ways. Good Luck Budy.
And yes, Happy Holi.
Gurmeet Choudhary: Rahul is my best friend and he is a true party lover and it will be great to celebrate Holi with him.
Rahul Raj Singh (Mata Ki Chowki fame): All I want to say is forget all your worries and celebrate the playful festival of colors with a blast. 'Happy Holi'.