Hrithik Roshan bids adieu to Ganpati Bappa with family and ex-wife Sussanne Khan

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Ganesh Chaturthi has been around the corner and the festivities of this special occasion are always on top of the chart. Usually every year, we see Bollywood and TV celebrities welcoming the lord of wisdom, Ganpati Bappa, and are seen enjoying his presence on the sets as well. This year as well we saw a lot of celebrities enjoying the special occasion, but from inside their houses.

Amidst the current situation of lockdown, we saw celebrities connecting with their families through social media, and social media was the medium through which they were seen welcoming Ganpati Bappa in their homes. As the days came and went by, we saw them bidding adieu to the lord of wisdom one by one. Recently, Hrithik Roshan also joined the list.

Recently, on September 1, 2020, Hrithik took to his Instagram handle and shared a glimpse of Ganesh Visarjan with his ex-wife, Sussanne and his family. He shared a video where we can see the whole family chanting ‘Ganpati Bappa Morya’, and also we can see everyone participating in ‘Aarti’ one by one. It looks like a typical Ganesh Chaturthi with family and everyone seems to be enjoying that with all their hearts. Hrithik even paired the video with a heartfelt message while explaining how the festival brings so many childhood memories in front of his eyes.

Hrithik and Sussanne are living together during lockdown so that they can co-parent their kids, Hrehaan Roshan and Hridhaan Roshan, during the tough times. When the Government had passed overnight ‘stay at home’ orders in the nation, Sussanne had temporarily shifted to Hrithik’s house so that both parents could enjoy their time with their kids.

Hrithik Roshan’s name is being linked with Sushant Singh Rajput lately, more than often. While Kangana has often spoken about two actors, fans are going back and watching videos when things were much better between Sushant and Hrithik.

Published by Vidhutma Singhania on 02 Sep 2020

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