Thanos aka Josh Brolin Says Happy Holi on Instagram, Gets Love From Indian Fans
Josh Brolin seems to be trying his best to connect with Indian fans with this throwback Holi post just over a month ahead of the release of Avengers: End Game.
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The joyfully infectious feel of Holi seems to be spreading from India all the way to Hollywood. So much so that even Thanos, the destroyer of civilisations and supervillain from Marvel's Avengers film series, seems to be taken.
Josh Brolin, the actor who played the popular character in Avengers: Infinity Wars, shared a Holi picture on Instagram to connect with his Indian fans.
The photo seems to be taken in Inia in 2013, as per Brolin's caption. The actor is flanked by writer Gregory David Roberts of Shantharam fame and both coloured have Holi-colured faces familiar to all Indians and sundry.
With Avengers: End Game slated for release in April, fan renzy in India has reached a peak. Social media is abuzz with excited anticipation and fans have been celebrating the wait with memes and jokes ever since the trailer dropped in Decemeer last year. And with this throwbak post, it seems Brolin is doing his best to reach out to his Indian fans.
And fans sure loved it. Many from India thanked the Men in Black star for taking Holi to international audiences and sent warm love and festive wishes.
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