Sports fraternity extends best wishes on the festival of colors

Members of the sports fraternity extended wishes and shared pictures and videos from their celebrations on the occasion of Holi 2023. The ‘festival of colours’ is being celebrated across the world on March 7 and 8 and social media is flooded with visuals and festivities. Members from all quarters and sports field also took active participation to wish everyone a colorful day and life ahead.

Indian cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar led the way in wishing fans a Happy Holi. He wrote along with his picture, “Happy Holi everyone! Can you guess what’s in my plate? ๐Ÿฝ๏ธ.”

India’s real track and field queen and current Indian Olympic Association president PT Usha also wished everyone a very Happy Holi.

“May God fill the canvas of your life with colors of love, joy, prosperity, happiness, good health and peace. Wishing you all on the auspicious occasion of #Holi. Happy Holi. Stay safe, save and save water.” Have fun,” she wrote.

Meanwhile, Royal Challengers Bangalore shared pictures of their women’s team stars celebrating Holi. Happy Holi – RCB Edition. ๐ŸŽจ๐Ÿ™Œ #PlayBold #เฒจเฒฎเฒฎเณRCB #Holi2023,” read his caption.

India’s star batsman Virat Kohli had shared a selfie with his national teammate Ravindra Jadeja. He captioned the post, “Happy Holi everyone ๐Ÿ™Œ.”

India captain Rohit Sharma tweeted, “A day of colours, joy, food and fun with friends and family.

Meanwhile, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) also tweeted a video of celebrations in the Indian dugout on the eve of the fourth Test match of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy in Ahmedabad. “Colour, smiles and much more! Happy Holi to Premier League clubs Chelsea FC and Manchester United from across the globe,” tweeted the BCCI. The Red Devils wrote, “Wishing everyone celebrating today a very happy and colorful Holi! โค๏ธ #MUFC.”

India’s “Golden Boy” Neeraj Chopra wishes everyone a Happy Holi. “Happy Holi to all. May this festival of colors bring happiness in everyone’s life,” his tweet in Hindi roughly translates to.

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