Bollywood celebrities, Salman Khan and Shah Rukh Khan foremost among them, celebrated Ganesh Chaturthi with great fervour.
On Tuesday, actor Salman Khan had a jam-packed day of events. To celebrate Ganesh Chaturthi with his family, he initially travelled to Mumbai to his sister Arpita Khan Sharma’s house. He even offered Lord Ganesha’s aarti there.
Salman was carrying a stolen thali with a light while also holding his niece Arpita and Aayush Sharma’s kid Aayat. The uncle and niece team performed the aarti together while the crowd applauded and chanted praises to Lord Ganesha.
They were also seen with Salman’s mother Salma Khan and father Salim Khan. Additionally present were Salman’s other sister Alvira Agnihotri and her husband Atul Agnihotri, as well as his brother Sohail Khan and their younger son. Helen, Salim’s second wife, also attended the festivities.
Shamita Shetty, Iulia Vantur, Varun Dhawan, and Natasha Dalal were among the other famous people that attended the party at Arpita’s house.
Shah Rukh Khan, a close friend of Salman, participated in the festivities as well. He posted a picture of the Ganesha idol he and his family had taken home for Ganesh Chaturthi on Twitter on Tuesday. “Ganpati Bappa Ji, welcome home. I hope you and your family have a nice Lord Ganesha day. With his post, he wished for everyone to experience happiness, wisdom, good health, and an abundance of modak to eat.
Later that evening, Salman and Shah Rukh both went to the Antilia Ganesh Chaturthi party hosted by the Ambani family. Shah Rukh attended the event alongside his wife Gauri Khan, her mother, their son AbRam, and their daughter Suhana, whereas Salman was joined by his other niece Alizeh Agnihotri.
Shah Rukh is presently enjoying the success of Jawan, which has broken numerous box office records. Nayanthara and Vijay Sethupathi play the key characters in the Atlee-directed movie.
Atlee talked candidly about his collaboration with SRK in an interview with ANI. “I was in the middle of filming Bigil when I unexpectedly received a call from Shah Rukh sir’s office. I took a plane to Mumbai to meet Khan Sir. I will remember that moment forever. He said, “I want to work with you,” with humility. Hearing this startled me. I responded, “Sir, it’s a great honour for me but I’ve only been in four films.” You can do it, he then added.Do an Atlee movie for me, please. I would like to participate in your world. I returned to Chennai and spent eight months working on the script before “Jawan” was produced.