Find out how Bollywood stars paid their respects to Ganpati bappa:
Bipasha Basu looked slightly flummoxed with the crowd at the iconic Lalbaugcha Raja in Mumbai. Any guesses what the Beedi jalaile star must be asking for from the elephant God? Perhaps the mending of a broken heart…
Amitabh Bachchan paid his obeisance to the Lalbaugcha Raja as well. The pious star wrote on his blog, “…was a delight. Millions of people come by to pay their respects to the deity, which incidentally is the largest Ganapati in the city, and perhaps the largest in the entire country.” We’re sure the star thanked the elephant-headed god for the little miracle Aishwarya Rai Bachchan is expecting. Also seen along with the Big B was singer-composer Shankar Mahadevan.
Always a devotee, Shilpa Shetty sat pretty with the Ganesha idol on its way to the immersion. The actress didn’t shy away from dancing on the way to bid farewell to Ganpati. With her rumoured marital problems and Rajasthan Royals’ dull performance at the IPL this year, the sexy actress sure needs to up her blessings.
While it looked like Kangana Ranaut had just walked out from the shoot of Tanu Weds Manu, the actress was on her way to the Siddhivinayak temple in Mumbai. Rascals in her prayers?
Govinda prays to Ganesha with his son Yash at his home in Mumbai. Hope to see more of chi-chi…
The cast of Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster – Mahie Gill, Jimmy Shergill & Randeep Hooda – ask for the God’s blessings for the 30th of September when their film releases.
Sonu Niigaam visited Lalbaug to pay his respects while Himesh Reshammiya went to Siddhivinayak. Looking at Himesh’s Damadamm, we think he needs more than divine intervention.
Nana Patekar and Jeetendra also welcomed Ganpati into their homes.
So how do you plan to celebrate Ganesh festival this year?