The top posts on social media from your favourite Bollywood celebrities:
Bollywood stars took to Twitter to promote Arjun Kapoor and Kareena Kapoor Khan-starrer Ki and Ka on social media, and shared pictures of their favourite 'Ki's' and 'Ka's' from their lives.
Hrithik Roshan shared this picture with his grandmother and tweeted: 'And while we'r at it, here's a pic of my fav "ki" for you @arjunk26 #KiAndKa my Nani.'
Varun Dhawan shared a picture with his sister-in-law, Jaanvi, and wrote: 'With my ki of the day. My Bhabi Jaanvi @arjunk26. The person who feeds us late at nite.'
Alia Bhatt posted a picture of her dog, and tweeted: 'With my favourite "Ka" .. Pica !!! Wow rhymes and all.. @arjunk26 #kiandkaselfie #KiandKa #KareenaKapoor.'
Karan Johar posted this picture of his mother Hiroo Johar and wrote: 'My favourite Ki...who is yours!?? #KiAndKa'
Ayushmann Khurrana shared a picture of himself with wife Tahira Kashyap and tweeted: 'Thank you for being you missus!'
Why Dia Mirza wants you to save water this Holi
In the wake of a drought-like situation prevailing in Jharkhand, Dia Mirza took to Twitter to ask her fans to play a dry Holi.
'Let me start by saying to all those who have taken strong offense to my tweet - "The irony of the times we live in: farmers commit suicide due to drought and people waste water to 'play' ?#Holi. Go ahead call me anti-Hindu" - that as a citizen of India, I have an equal respect for all religions, festivals and customs that are celebrated in our country. It has never been my intention to hurt the sentiments of any individual or community. If in the event that my tweet has done so, I apologize unequivocally.
'That said, the fact remains that various parts of our country are experiencing a severe water shortage. According to a report I read in April last year, the drought in Maharashtra has hit over 90 lakh farmers and counting. In October last year, the Maharashtra government officially declared a "drought-like condition" in 14,708 of the state's 43,000 villages. Water Conservation is the absolute need of the hour and my request for us to indulge in a Dry Holi was in keeping only with this sentiment of conservation and nothing else.
'In a far more innocent time, when the child in me was still playing Holi with water balloons and buckets full of gulal water, it was hard to foresee that one day drought would not be just a picture of cracked earth in a school notebook but a tragedy closer home. As an individual who continues to live and learn, I concede that I may not have always benefited from an awareness that urged me to question the wastage of our resources at all occasions in the past. But I also know that with time, just like any one of us, I too have the continuous opportunity to grow and make more informed and responsible choices in all spheres of life.
'We may not have all the solutions to the water scarcity problem or any other problem for that matter, but I believe that empathy for those most affected, acknowledging and understanding the challenges we face and taking the steps WE CAN as citizens, will only help.
'Lastly, the exchange of opinions, thoughts and ideas is what makes interacting with people on Twitter and other platforms of Social Media as engaging as it is. Let's remain receptive to one another even when we choose to disagree. Have a colorful, safe and happy Holi!!!' she posted on Facebook.
'What's happening to the world?'
Bollywood celebrities turned to Twitter to condemn the terror blasts in Brussels and pay tribute to the victims:
Priyanka Chopra: 'Whats happening to the world? My prayers to the victims and families of the #BrusselsAttacks And my prayers for non-violence #NoWarForPeace'
Kunal Kapoor: 'So sad to hear bout what's happened in Brussels. My thoughts go out to everyone in the city. Praying for a more peaceful world.'
Farhan Akhtar: 'More violence. More innocent lives lost. More anguish. More anger. Only thing lessening is Hope. Heart goes out to all affected.'
Hema Malini: 'Another horror attack!Ths time it is Brussels. Whn are these meaningless actions going to stop?My heart goes out to the injured & the dead.'
Arjun Rampal: 'It's just too much now.Infuriated by such violence.Isis needs to be shut down.The world needs to unite against such criminals.'
Alia Bhatt: 'Heart goes out to those affected by the #BrusselsAttacks !!! Scary to have to witness blasts like these.. Disturbing!!#prayersforBrussels'
First look: Randeep Hooda in Yeh Laal Rang
Randeep Hooda turned to Twitter to share his first look from Yeh Laal Rang, above, and tweeted: 'The first look of #Shankar in #LaalRang @LaalRangMovie #LaalRangTeaser out soon #bhangragadke #StayTuned #HappyHoli'
Directed by Syed Ahmad Afzal, the film also stars Akshay Oberoi and Piaa Bajpai.
Shekhar Ravjiani to play an Indian soldier in a holographic film
Music composer Shekhar Ravjiani, who made his acting debut in Neerja, will now play an Indian soldier in world's first fully holographic stage production Symphony to a Lost Generation.
'Just finished shooting in London for the world's FIRST EVER fully holographic theatre production -'Symphony to a Lost Generation',' Shekhar tweeted.
'Symphony to a Lost Generation features 250 actors and dancers all of whom will appear as holograms on stage. Featuring classical music, dance, drama and archival film, the show is based on personal experiences of the First World War,' he added.
He later shared a picture of his look, above, and wrote: 'Playing 'Kapil' in the world's FIRST EVER fully holographic theatre production -'Symphony to a Lost Generation'.'
It will premiere on May 28 in London.
Get ready for Let's Talk About Love
The latest track titled Let's Talk About Love from Tiger Shroff and Shraddha Kapoor starrer Baaghi will be released on Monday.
Shraddha shared a still from the song, above, and wrote: '#LetsTalkAboutLove coming sooooon'
The film will release on April 29.