Mouni Roy celebrates Ganesh Chaturthi with Salman Khan and his sister Arpita

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Published by Amrit Santlani on 03 Sep 2019

Ganesh Chaturthi’s festivities have just kicked off in the nation and it has engulfed all of Bollywood as well. Bollywood personalities brought home idols of lord Ganesha and pooja was done in Indian rituals. Among these was Salman’s Khan sister Arpita who invited various celebs to her home for the pooja.

Salman, along with father Salim Khan and brother Sohail, among others, were spotted at the venue. Also spotted at Arpita’s home were actors Katrina Kaif, Daisy Shah and Mouni Roy.

Arpita celebrated Ganesh Utsav annually at her house, and was spotted earlier in the day bringing a Ganpati idol to her home. She is married to actor Aayush Sharma.

Among all the celebs though, Mouni Roy stole the spotlight. The gold actress looked phenomenal in a sparkling silvery white Anarkali suit which she paired with silver footwear. With her gorgeous curly hair perched on her shoulder, Mouni flashed her adorable smile as she posed for the shutterbugs.

Salman was wearing a dark blue T-shirt and jeans as he arrived at the location. He was accompanied at the get together by dad Salim Khan, who wore a shirt and jeans. Salim could be seen being helped along by Sohail, who wore a grey T-shirt and jeans.

Also spotted were actors Dia Mirza, Sophie Chaudhary, Waluscha D’Souza, Amrita Arora, Soha Ali Khan, Kunal Kemmu, and their daughter Inaaya. Salman’s nephew, Arhaan Khan, Arbaaz’s rumoured girlfriend, Giorgia Andriani, Sanjay Kapoor’s wife Maheep Kapoor, actor Neelam Kothari, and others joined the celebrations too.

Other Bollywood personalities to have celebrated Ganesh Chaturthi include actors Sonu Sood, Vivek Oberoi, Shilpa Shetty, Sonali Bendre, and others, such as producer Ekta Kapoor. Each of them shared pictures of their respective idols on social media.

On Sunday, Salman and Salim, accompanied by Helen and Salma Khan, welcomed a Ganpati idol to their own house. Pictures from the celebrations were shared online.

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