Ganesh Chaturthi 2018: 5 Bollywood Stars Who Bring Ganpati Home

From the Roshans to the Shroffs and from the Oberois to the Kapoors, many Bollywood celebs bring home the Elephant God every year. We bring you 5 of the most popular families from B-Town who are regulars at celebrating Ganeshotsav at their residence

The nation is soaking in the fervour of Ganesh Chaturthi. Just a day before we brought to you about the celebs who are regulars at Lalbaugcha Raja. Not just that, we also brought you some of the choicest songs to celebrate Ganeshotsav. Now, we bring to you the celebs who are regulars at bringing the Elephant God home.

From the Roshans to the Shroffs and from the Oberois to the Kapoors, Bollywood stars welcome Ganpati with pomp and show.

Rakesh Roshan-Hrithik Roshan

Rakesh Roshan has been welcoming Ganpati home for a number of years now and his son Hrithik Roshan is continuing the tradition. Their Juhu residence sees many B-Townies walk in to take blessings from the lord.

Jackie Shroff-Tiger Shroff


Jackie Shroff is an ardent believer in Ganpati and so is his son, Tiger. They bring home Lord Ganesha every year and make sure that they have an eco-friendly deity.

Suresh Oberoi-Vivek Oberoi

Suresh Oberoi, along with son Vivek Oberoi, celebrates the auspicious occasion with great pomp and show. They send out invitations to B-Town and owing to their goodwill in the industry lots of people throng in for the festivities.

Jeetendra-Ekta Kapoor-Tusshar Kapoor



The Ganeshotsav at the Kapoor's residence and offices are legendary. Jeetendra to his son Tusshar Kapoor are seen offering prayers to Lord Ganesha at their homes year after year. Ekta Kapoor too isn't far behind when it comes to doing the puja at her offices.


Govinda is another star who is a regular at bringing in Lord Ganesha to his residence. Coming from a humble background, Govinda was always a huge devotee of the Elephant God, and when he became a star, it was his turn to give back to the society and he makes sure he does that during Ganeshotsav.