- Rithvik Dhanjani and Raqesh Bapat also made their Ganpati idols at home
- None of us are experts but the beauty is in the love and devotion: Juhi
- Juhi also said that the scale of celebrations will be different this year
Celebrities have been gearing up for the Ganesh Utsav for days now and some small screen celebrities found a spot on the list of trends for sharing pictures of themselves making their own Ganpati idols at home. Actress Juhi Parmar, best-known for her role in KumKum, shared in a recent Instagram post that she decided to make her own Ganpati at home saying, “None of us are experts but the beauty is in the love and devotion.” The actress also said that unlike every year, this time the celebrations will be different “as there will be no guests coming and the celebrations will be within the confines of our homes.” This year, because of the coronavirus outbreak, the Ganesh Utsav won’t be celebrated on the same scale as it was celebrated before.
Actor Rithvik Dhanjani, who has featured in shows such as Bandini and Pavitra Rishta, also shared a picture of himself in the process of making a Ganptai idol, which he captioned: “On his way.” Actor Raqesh Bapat also trended after he shared a video of his scarlet Bappa. The Tum Bin actor also made the Ganpati idol at home.
Meanwhile, actress Shilpa Shetty, who hosts the Ganpati Utsav at her home every year, brought Bappa home on Thursday. Shilpa Shetty was photographed exiting the Santosh Kambli workshop in South Mumbai’s Chinchpokli with her Ganpati idol. Shilpa Shetty took care if the necessary precautionary measures while stepping out of the house.
Here’s a picture of Shilpa Shetty:
The 10-day Ganpati Utsav will end on September 1 with the visarjan of Bappa.