Ganesh Chaturthi 2019: Khari Biscuit Stars Visit Ganpati Bappa At Abhinay Berde's Home

The cute stars from the upcoming film Khari Biscuit visit Bappa at Abhinay Berde's home

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Ganesh Chaturthi 2019: Khari Biscuit Stars Visit Ganpati Bappa At Abhinay Berde's Home
The adorable on-screen siblings, Khari and Biscuit, have been melting our hearts with their cute appearances on social media. Be it the trailer of their upcoming film Khari Biscuit or their raksha bandhan celebration, child artists Vedashree Khadilkar and Adarsh Kadam have already begun winning hearts of many. 

This time it is the Ganesh Chaturthi special appearance of these siblings that is appealing the fans. Vedashree Khadilkar and Adarsh Kadam recently visited Laxmikant Berde's house for Ganpati, where they met the star kid siblings Abhinay and Swanandi Berde. Abhinay took to Instagram to share pictures of this visit, where Khari and Biscuit are seen praying Ganpati Bappa along with Abhinay and Swanandi.

Vedashree Khadilkar and Adarsh Kadam are the two child artists debuting with Sanjay Jadhav's upcoming film Khari Biscuit, which is a refreshing new story of the innocent bond between a brother and his visually challenged sister.

This film is Sanjay Jadhav's 50th film and he aims to make it grand. This film is different from the kind of cinema Sanjay has been making. It is a story of a brother and his little sister, living out in the streets in the city of dreams Mumbai. Khari is a visually challenged girl who sees the world through her brother's eyes. And Biscuit gives his sister Khari, everything that he can afford to give.

Fans have loved the innocent brother-sister bond visible in the trailers and posters of the film, now with bappa's blessings they will surely win the hearts of the audience, when the film hits the silver screen on September 20.

Image source:- instagram/abhinay3
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