The grand festival of Ganesh Chaturthi came to an end yesterday with the Ganpati Visarjan or Anant Chaturdashi and concluded with the immersion of Ganpati idols in water. People who celebrate the festival bid Lord Ganesha goodbye with a promise to return next year. All around Maharashtra, this festival is celebrated with a lot of enthusiasm. The Visarjan ceremony took place yesterday and the streets were full of colors, music, chants and Ganpati dance! Shah Rukh Khan, Gauri Khan and AbRam also joined the festivities as they bid Bappa adieu yesterday.

Shah Rukh Khan took to Instagram last night to share some inside pictures of his Ganpati at Mannat. The family performed the Ganesh Visarjan ceremony yesterday. He wished all the happiness in the world for everyone and bid Lord Ganesha goodbye in these adorable pictures with his son AbRam. He wrote, “ He tweeted: “Pooja done....Visarjan done. Ganpati Bappa Morya!! May the happiness of the world and beyond come into every household & for every family.” In the photos, only a glimpse of SRK’s son AbRam can be seen from behind. Other pictures with the idol of Lord Ganesha also include aarti thali and banana leaves. Take a look at the pictures:


Shah Rukh Khan is known to celebrate Ganesh Chaturthi every year and brings Ganpati idol home. He joins in the festivities and often shares pictures with his fans. The actor’s posts are often met with some criticism and trolls for his religious practices, however, he also has the same number of supporters defending him on social media.


On the work front, Shah Rukh Khan was last seen in the film Zero along with Katrina Kaif and Anushka Sharma. The actor hasn’t signed any film after that and has aldo denied the rumours of signing Ali Abbas Zafar’s next project. However, his fans can’t wait to see him on the big screen again and were recently trending #WeWantAnnouncementSRK. 


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