Veteran actor Jeetendra and family welcomed Lord Ganesha at their Juhu residence with much fun and fare like every year. All pictures/Satej Shinde and Yogen Shah
Jeetendra performed the first aarti with son Tusshar, grandson Laksshya, daughter Ekta Kapoor and other family members at his Juhu home. Little Laksshya was sitting on granddad Jeetendra's shoulder. Isn't he adorable?
Ekta Kapoor took to her Instagram account to share a funny video of her introducing the 'Boss' of her house - Shobha Kapoor and then the 'Boss of all Bosses' Lord Ganesh.
In picture: Jeetendra seen giving aarti to little Laksshya Kapoor.
Ekta Kapoor shared a lot of Insta stories from all the festivities of Ganesh Chaturthi day 1 at the Kapoor household.
In picture: Shobha Kapoor performs pooja at her residence in Juhu.
Ekta Kapoor also shared a video with mother Shobha in her Insta story were she wished her followers a 'Happy Ganesh Chaturthi' and hoped that it brings happiness in their homes.
In picture: Tusshar, Jeetendra, Ekta with Laksshya Kapoor pose with Lord Ganesha at their Juhu home.
Tusshar Kapoor seen performing the aarti at his residence in Juhu.
Ekta Kapoor was all smile as she posed for the photographers at her Juhu home during Ganpati festivities.
While Jeetendra celebrated Ganesh Chaturthi at his residence, Suresh Oberoi along with son Vivek and family also took part in the festivities at their home in Juhu.
In picture: Suresh Oberoi with granddaughter Ameyaa Nirvana Oberoi.
Vivek Oberoi, who is basking in the success of 'PM Narendra Modi' biopic, has brought an eco-friendly Ganesh idol this year like every year.
Vivek Oberoi talking about his Ganesh idol said, "Like every year, this year too I have an eco-friendly Bappa. We are celebrating Ganesh Chaturthi with no toxic paints, no lead paint. It's all-natural as it is good for nature and also for Lord Ganesha's dignity."
Vivek Oberoi, who is blessed with a daughter Ameyaa described celebrating the festival which is marked by the installation of Ganesh deities and observing rituals. "I and my family are more excited than the last year this time. Especially children are very excited and happy to soon have Ganpati at home."
Vivek Oberoi further added, "At like every year we will be celebrating this auspicious festival with great enthusiasm for the forthcoming five days."
In picture: Vivek Oberoi with wife Priyanka and kids Vivaan Veer Oberoi and Ameyaa Nirvana Oberoi pose for the photographers.
Jeetendra with son Tusshar Kapoor, grandson Laksshya Kapoor and Ekta Kapoor performed the aarti at their residence in Juhu, Mumbai. Pictures/Satej Shinde and Yogen Shah
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