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Ganpati Bappa Morya, says Bollywood!

By NAMRATA THAKKER
September 11, 2021 17:38 IST
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Bollywood stars celebrate the auspicious festival of Ganesh Chaturthi at their homes with their loved ones.

Photograph: Kind courtesy Sara Ali Khan/Instagram

Sara Ali Khan and her mum, Amrita Singh, welcome Lord Ganpati home.

 

Photograph: Kind courtesy Shraddha Kapoor/Instagram

Shraddha Kapoor colour-coordinates with her Ganpati.

 

Photograph: Kind courtesy Bhavana Panday/Instagram

Malaika Arora, Seema Khan and Neelam Kothari visit Chunky and Bhavana Panday’s home for Ganpati.

Ananya Panday is all smiles.

 

Photograph: Kind courtesy Tamaannah Bhatia/Instagram

It’s a double celebration for Tamaannah Bhatia as she welcomes Bappa home on her mother’s birthday.

 

Photograph: Kind courtesy Sonali Bendre/Instagram

‘The mood while welcoming Bappa home is more meditative this year but it’s always a special feeling,’ writes Sonali Bendre.

 

Photograph: Kind courtesy Ajay Devgn/Instagram

Ajay Devgn shares a throwback picture from his visit to Mumbai's famed Lalbaugcha Raja and says, ‘Lord Ganesha is the harbinger of all things good -- peace, prosperity, progress, happiness & health. Let’s join our hands in prayer to welcome our favourite deity today. Ganpati Bappa Morya.’

 

Photograph: Kind courtesy Eijaz Khan/Instagram

Eijaz Khan celebrates Ganesh Chaturthi with his lady love, Pavitra Punia.

The two had met inside the Bigg Boss house last year and this is the first year they are celebrating the festival together.

 

Photograph: Kind courtesy Karishma Tanna/Instagram

Karishma Tanna seeks blessings from Lord Ganesha.

 

Photograph: Kind courtesy Rahul Vaidya/Instagram

Newlyweds Disha Parmar and Rahul Vaidya colour-coordinate as they welcome Ganpati Bappa home.

 

Photograph: Kind courtesy Nia Sharma/Instagram

Nia Sharma looks festive ready in her white-and-red outfit.

 

Photograph: Kind courtesy Yuvika Chaudhary/Instagram

Yuvika Chaudhary and Prince Narula have gone all out for their Ganpati.

 

Photograph: Kind courtesy Divyanka Tripathi/Instagram

Divyanka Tripathi and her husband Vivek Dahiya get ready to perform the Ganpati aarti.

The actress writes, ‘Ganpati Bappa Morya...means 'Lord Ganpati, please come ahead'...& that's what we are wishing for. May he come ahead and protect us all and help us ponder over difficult times with ease.

'May we realise that God resides within us....hence, we are all powerful, unique, respectable & precious.'

 

Photograph: Kind courtesy Karanvir Bohra/Instagram

Karanvir Bohra proudly reveals, ‘This is the joy I feel when it's that festival of the year #ganpatibappamorya. Even before I was born we have been getting Bappa home and the reason this year is so special is because my daughters Bella and Vienna made eco friendly ganesha with seeds in them, the tell me "dad this time we won't send ganesha in the water, we will put him a pot and then we will make him into a tree, so he can be with us forever." I was astound with the kind of sensitivity they have.

'I will do the same thing with my Ganesha too.... keep him forever.'

 

Photograph: Kind courtesy Maniesh Paul/Instagram

Maniesh Paul, his wife Sanyukta and their Bappa.

 

Photograph: Kind courtesy Nikki Tamboli/Instagram

Nikki Tamboli prays to Lord Ganesha.

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