Ganesh Chaturthi: Bollywood stars seek blessings from the Elephant God
With the festival of Ganesh Chaturthi being celebrated in Maharashtra and several other parts of the country from Friday, even Bollywood celebrities also got involved in festive fervour. Lord Ganesha was welcomed at the houses of several stars, while some visited other's places for blessings in Mumbai. (Photo: Viral Bhayani)
Shutterbugs snapped Sanjay Dutt's son Shahraan as he took the idol home in Bandra late Thursday. On Wednesday, his parents Sanjay and Maanayata Dutt were also seen performing the Ganesh aarti at an event.
Salman Khan’s Ganpati has a new location this time, his sister Arpita Khan Sharma’s house. The superstar, who was shooting for his upcoming film ‘Tiger Zinda Hai’ in Abu Dhabi, returned home only for the festival.
Vivek Oberoi snapped by the cameras while taking the Ganesh idol to his Juhu home. The actor is one of the celebrities who brings Lord Ganesha home every year.
Vivek's parents, Suresh and Yashodhara Oberoi performing the rituals before taking the idol home. The family always welcomes media persons during the festival.
Vivek's wife Priyanka and their kids Vivaan Veer and Ameyaa Nirvana were also present during the rituals. The festival of Ganesh Chaturthi is set to go on for the next 10 days.
Sonu Sood praying to Lord Ganesha along with his family members, wife Sonali and sons Ishaant and Ayaan. The actor also shared a snap on Instagram and captioned it 'Ganpati Bappa Morya.'
Ajay Devgn visited one of the biggest and most popular Ganesh idols in Mumbai, Lalbaughcha Raja. His ‘Baadshaho’ director Milan Luthria and one of the producers of the film, Bhushan Kumar were also spotted with him.
Ajay also posed with the members of the Ganesh mandal at the venue. The actor has currently been on a promotion spree for the film also starring Emraan Hahsmi, Vidyut Jammwal, Ileana D’Cruz and Esha Gupta.
Sonali Bendre Behl took to Instagram to share a picture of her idol writing, “Blessed to have Ganpati Bappa with us once again. Happy Ganesh Chaturthi everyone! #StayBlessed#GanpatiBappaMorya.”