Pharrell Williams doesn't seem very 'Happy' with his first Holi celebration

Published: March 4, 2018
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American rapper, Pharrell Williams was in India this week to drop his latest sneaker collection inspired by Holi. According to Buzzfeed, the songwriter celebrated the colourful festival with none other than, Ranveer Singh – Pharrell’s’ fellow brand ambassador to Adidas.

However, the pictures show that he was not very ‘Happy’ about it. His facial expressions throughout the festival showed a very sad, uninterested Pharrell while locals were enjoyed their festivities.

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Even Ranveer’s iconic Malhari didn’t seem to impress the 44-year-old singer.

One Twitter user was hoping that this event would serve as inspiration to a sad version of Pharrell’s Happy.

This is not the first time international stars have had to suffer in silence while spending their time in Bollywood. Earlier, Ed Sheeran  was also in India as part of his tour. While the A-listers of Indian cinema partied, Ed seemed very awkward in their company – almost like he was being tortured.

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With these photos serving as evidence, we still hope to see Pharrell back to dancing on his famous song Happy, soon.

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  • XoF
    Mar 4, 2018 - 5:14PM

    Annoying Indians .. its their instinct.Recommend

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