Yellow Hand Print Guy... the voice of reason for all South Africans Holi One Joburg 2013

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Johannesburg, South Africa – Here’s a hilarious throwback to 2013, when South Africa staged the first Holi One festival.

While massively popular, the festival was strongly criticised as the bastardisation of the sincere beliefs and traditions of followers of Hinduism. A video was posted highlighting just that, which quickly went viral…

The short video was shot at “We Are One” festival at Emmerentia Dam entirely on iPhone 4S by Nas Who and Jordan Koen, and featured interviews with festival goers who are a potent mixture of moronic and sharply sarcastic.

The video captured the funny side of how the majority of the festival goers had no idea what Holi One actually was about & amid the madness, introduced us to the Yellow Hand Print Guy… the voice of reason for all South Africans!

Check out the video below (warning not safe for work):

Sources: YouTube | Holi One 
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