Lalbaugcha Raja is one of the most Sarvajanik Ganpati kept at Lalbaug and today the idol of the Lord will be immersed in the Arabian sea. As the idol of Lord Ganesh is believed to fulfill wishes, along with about million people visiting the pandal daily, Deepika Padukone visited the deity to seek blessings. The actress made an appearance at the pandal on September 11 and looked ravishing dressed as a newlywed bride. On her visit, Deepika was snapped walking barefoot throughout her visit and was mobbed by a huge crowd of devotees.
Throughout the 11 days, Lalbaugcha Ganpati saw many devotees and celebrities who visited the pandal to seek the blessings of the Lord. As Lalbaugcha Ganpati will be immersed in the sea today, actress Deepika Padukone made sure she visited the pandal to seek the blessings of Bappa. The Chhapaak actress was snapped walking barefoot throughout her whole visit at the pandal. Deepika’s devotion towards the deity was prominent as she arrived well dressed in a peach and green embellished Saree and styled her hair perfectly in a bun. The actress looked ravishing for her first Ganpati visit after her marriage. Deepika married actor Ranveer Singh last year in Italy, celebrates her first Ganpati post marriage. Clearly the newly wed bride’s last day visit proves how keen she is in seeking Bappa’s blessings for her married life. While Deepika made an appearance at Lalbaughcha Ganpati, Ranveer Singh was not spotted accompanying his ladylove.
Meanwhile, as Lalbaughcha Raja bids us farewell today, Deepika on the work front will be seen in Kabir Khan’s film ’83 co-starring along with hubby Ranveer Singh as his on-screen wife. She will be portraying the role of Kapil Dev’s wife Romi Dev. Deepika has also bagged director Meghna Gulzar’s film Chhapaak based on the story of acid-attack survivor Laxmi Agarwal. (Also Read: Deepika Padukone looked ethereal as she seeked blessings of Bappa)
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