Ganesh Chaturthi in Mumbai is celebrated with great fanfare. Bollywood stars take part in the festivities. Today, Kareena Khan celebrated Ganesh chaturthi with actor Saif Ali Khan and their elder son Taimur Ali Khan.
Kareena posted a lot of photos to her Instagram account while she was being welcomed Ganesha at her home with Saif, Taimur. She also shared a photo of Taimur’s adorable clay Ganpati. The first photo shows Taimur and Saif standing before an idol of Ganesha, while Kareena assists Taimur. Next, you can see Taimur’s colorful clay Ganesha idols. Another picture shows only Saif, Taimur and Kareena praying to Lord Ganesha. Saif is wearing a white kurta pyjama while Kareena wore a yellow loungewear and Taimur a blue and white printed kurta. Kareena shared the post and wrote “Celebrating Ganesh Chaturthi together with the love of my life, Tim Tim’s cute little Clay Ganpati Happy Ganesh Chaturthi.”
Ganesh Chaturthi was also celebrated by many other Bollywood stars. Many others also celebrated the occasion by sending warm wishes via social media. Celebrities flooded social media with Ganesh Utsav greetings, from Amitabh Bachchan, Kajol, Madhuri dixit, and Kajol.
Ajay Devgn shared an old throwback photo from when he visited Lalbaug Ganpati in order to receive blessings. He wrote that Lord Ganesha was the harbinger for all good things, including peace, prosperity, progress and happiness. Let us join hands in prayer today to welcome our favorite deity. Ganpati Bappa Mory.”
Karan Johar wrote, “For every beginning, hope Ganpati Bhappa showers all love and prosperity upon you and your loved ones.” Stay safe and secure as you celebrate with loved ones. #GaneshChaturthi
Soha Ali Khan shared a photo of her and Inaaya in Indian clothes, as she wrote a note urging everyone to be safe and respect the Covid rules during the festive season. Happy Ganesh Chaturthi Let us think about new beginnings, and clear any obstacles that may be in our way. Let us celebrate and pray responsibly so we don’t get stuck. Respect the rules. Wear your masks. Don’t congregate in larger numbers than allowed. If you haven’t already vaccinated, please do so.