New Delhi : As the nation celebrates Ganesh Chaturthi, B-Town gears up to mark the festival with fervour.
The stars are taking to their social media handles to share their share of joy and celebration.
Veteran actor Anupam Kher took to social media to unveil a video from 'MAGICAL' Shree Ganesh Temple in Entebbe, Uganda. In the video, the devotees can be seen celebrating the sacred festival with playing drums and chanting 'Ganpati Bappa Morya.'
"This is MAGICAL. Shree Ganesh Temple in Entebbe, Uganda celebrates #GaneshUtsav with the chants of #GanpatiBappaMorya. Listen to the sound of drums and the expressions on the faces of the people who are playing them. #GanpatiBappaMorya #VibesAndEnergy," he wrote.
Diva Madhuri Dixit too took to Twitter to wish her fans, writing, "Modaks, family gatherings, dance, music... Everything about #GaneshChaturthi makes me happy. I wish this festive season brings you all countless blessings!
Varun Dhawan and Anushka Sharma, who are on a promotional spree for their upcoming movie 'Sui Dhaaga- Made in India', also celebrated the festival with an eco-friendly idol of Ganapati.
The 'Jab Tak Hai Jaan' star also unveiled the making video of the idol and wrote, "Celebrating this auspicious occasion with a beautiful eco-friendly Bappa made with Dhaaga #GaneshChaturthi @varundvn."
Salman Khan's sister Arpita Khan Sharma also shared some 'behind the scenes' videos of the Ganpati decor on Instagram.
Sonam Kapoor Ahuja also celebrated 'one of her favourite times of the year. Taking to Twitter, the actor posted a picture with Ganesh idol, writing, "Ganesh Chaturthi is one of my favourite times of the year. I love the week-long festivities and coming together of friends and families! Wishing all of you a wonderful Ganesh Chaturthi."
Sushmita Sen took to Twitter to wish her fans on auspicious occasion, writing, "Happpyyyyy Birthday Lord Ganesha!!! A blessed & fortunate #ganeshchaturthi to everyone I love you guys & wish you every happiness always!! #duggadugga."
The Hindu festival is dedicated to the Lord of new beginnings, Ganesha. The celebration is marked with the installation of the deity's idol at home and at elaborate pandals. The 10-day festival ends with the final immersion - also called the Visarjan - of an idol of Lord Ganesha.
Celebrated with great fame in India, especially in Maharashtra, unique efforts have been made in different cities.