Ganesh Chaturthi 2019: From Akshay Kumar to Salman Khan, Bollywood celebs pour in Ganpati wishes for their fans


While the entire city has drowned in the festive vibes of Ganesh Chaturthi, B-Town also did not shy away from the celebrations. On the auspicious occasion of Ganeshotsav, many Bollywood stars have posted Ganesh Chaturthi wishes for their fans on social media.

Akshay Kumar who is currently riding high on the success of his latest release Mission Mangal, wrote on Instagram, "May Lord Ganesha remove all obstacles from your life. Wishing you and your family a very #HappyGaneshChaturthi."

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Salman Khan also wished his fans on account of the Ganesh festival.


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Ajay Devgn shared greetings on Twitter.

Arjun Kapoor tweeted a video in which he is seen talking about the memories of his late mother Mona Shourie Kapoor associated with the festival and also speaking about the importance of eco-friendly Ganesh murtis.


May the blessings of Lord Ganesha be with you and your family forever! Happy #GaneshChaturthi to everyone.

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Arjun's girlfriend, Malaika Arora also wished her fans on Instagram.


GANAPATI BAPPA MORYA #ganeshchaturthi#gogreen

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Jhakkas actor Anil Kapoor wished his fans on Twitter.

While his daughter Sonam Kapoor Ahuja also shared a picture of herself donning traditional outfits posing in front of Ganpati idol.

Kartik Aaryan who is currently busy shooting for Pati Patni Aur Woh also wished his fans on Instagram.


Happy Ganesh Chaturthi !! , , . !

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Kartik's alleged girlfriend Sara Ali Khan posted a photo on Instagram wishing her fans.

Siddharth Malhotra shared a photo of Ganpati and wished everyone on Instagram.

Filmmaker Karan Johar posted a tweet to wish everyone on the occasion of the Ganesh festival, "#HappyGaneshChaturthi to one and and light to everyone!"

Kriti Sanon posted a picture with Ganpati idol and her wished fans.

Sonali Bendre penned down an emotional note on Instagram. She reminisced of the cancer treatment she underwent last year in the US and how she had missed celebrating the festival. Now the actress who is healthy and running, and has returned to India, posted a picture of herself with the Ganesha idol on Twitter.

Dia Mirza urged everyone to use eco-friendly Ganesha in her post on Instagram.


Ganpati Bappa Morya! Traditionally we made clay idols and then immersed them in water to denote the Birth Cycle of Lord Ganesha/Ganpati who was created from Clay/Earth. Visarjan in its own way talks about nature's life cycle and while it should be one of the most Eco friendly events in India, it has become something else all together. Clay Handmade Idols have been replaced with Plaster of Paris and Plastic. Natural brown colour of clay is replaced by toxic paints to make idols shiny and sparkly. Size plays a big role on asserting importance or power of the celebration. “Mine is bigger than yours syndrome!” And then there are those awful unnatural plastic/thermocole decorations! All this is immersed in our seas/rivers/ponds/lakes without caring about the consequences. The consequences are dangerous, a complete contamination of our waters, soil and food chain. Surely Ganpati Bappa would never want to be responsible for harming that what he was born from? This Ganpati Visarjan, take this as an opportunity to understand the meaning of a birth cycle, go minimal, natural and sustainable #BeatPlasticPollution #SayNoToSingleUsePlastic #GreenGanesha #EcoCelebrations #EarthFriendlyFestivals #GanpatiBappaMorya @earthlingfirst @greenmomsindia @moefccgoi @narendramodi @unenvironment @undpinindia @treeganesha @bigfmindia @bigfmrani

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Seems like Bollywood, too, is celebrating the festival with utmost glee and joy. All we can say is, Ganpati Bappa Morya!

(Source: PeepingMoon)