These celebs, many of them screen Holi veterans, would make any Holi party go with a bang. Bring out the gulaal and the pichkaris.
Amitabh Bachchan: Big B singing Rang Barse in that rich baritone of his. Our dream Holi-day just started.
Deepika Padukone: The Dimpled One, wearing shorts, hair tumbling, pichkari in hand. This time for real.
Ranbir Kapoor: The Balam to Deepika's Pichkari. The dancing begins in earnest with The Dimpled One's Jawaani and Ranbir's Deewaani.
Kangana Ranaut: Anybody who's seen the Queen of Bollywood shimmy hilariously to Hungama will know that a Holi party, or a party of any sort, simply won't be as much fun without her.
Ranveer Singh: A side of comic relief to go with our Rang Barse please. Deepika's rumoured real-life Balam's party piece is to keep everyone in stitches.
Priyanka Chopra: A voice for Mr Bachchan's Holi choir. This Desi Girl is guaranteed to get any party started. Do us a favour, Priyanka, let's play Holi.
Hrithik Roshan: A dancing singing superhero triple whammy. Just leave the black Krrish costume at home Hrithik.
Arjun Kapoor: The other half of Team Gunday, Arjun will bring the chutzpah he showed in his on-screen gulaal-smeared bromance with Ranveer.
Ayushmann Khurrana: Big B's back up singer, comes with his own guitar. When Ayushmann sings the mellow Pani Da Rang, you know it's time to put the gulaal down and raise a toast.
Shah Rukh Khan: SRK's brushes with Holi on-screen have been creepy (in Darr) and emotional (in Mohabbatein). But really, what's a party without the King? The Baadshah of Bollywood, presiding over the festivities - that's one Khan-tastic Holi.