Married ladies of India are celebrating the pious and joyous occasion of Karwa Chauth today. Our Bollywood ladies are not far behind as they have turned up in full traditional finery for the auspicious festival.
Taking to social media Kajol, Shilpa Shetty, Sonali Bendre, Bipasha Basu, Raveena Tandon, Divya Khosla Kumar shared their pictures and wished everyone on the festival. With heartwarming as well as hilarious captions they ensured that they share their best pictures as they prayed for the well-being of their spouse and family. Neha Kakkar and Kajal Aggarwal celebrated their first Karwa Chauth as newlyweds today. Take a look at their pictures below:
Hunger games series . Swipe for the fun:- ( pls read appropriate captions given below ) 1. Waiting for the moon with n patience 2. Slowly losing it 3. Serial killer is happening 4. Agar khaana nahi mila toh.... 5. Hey bhagvan aasman me nahi to phone pe to chand dikhade!!!
I fast for the happiness and health and long life , for my Mums,(mom and mamma,)my dad,my husband, my kids and their families . It’s all your faith and your good vibrations that send out into the universe . This is the first time Anil and my kids not here with me to help me do the prayer and break my fast, missing all in mumbai! #dalhousiediaries . For me, the holiest,purest,is the prayers for ,my parents,my husband my family,who enrich my life everyday with love happiness.I pray and thank god for everything . Happy #KarvaChauth ♥ Outfit- @gopivaiddesigns HMU- @vijaysharmahairandmakeup stylist- @style__inn by @richa_r29 assisted by @ashita_vardhan
I love you doesn’t seem enough to express what I feel for you in all time and space. So I’ll just say that you are my everything, my every emotion, my every intention, my every dream, my every achievement, my infinity. @bipashabasu Happy #karwachauth #monkeylove #loveyourself
Happy Karwa Chauth to those celebrating I have always found rituals and traditions like these to be very comforting. In my sphere of things, they are in many ways a bridge between the old and the new ways of thinking and living. Rather than be averse and antipathetic, I have always looked at how to evolve and adapt for a more harmonious way of life. Every year, I celebrate Karwa Chauth with my family and friends. This ritual brings a new colour to my relationships, especially with my mother-in-law. It's become a tradition to celebrate it together and I actually look forward to the day and what it entails, especially when we all come together. For me, it’s about this sisterhood we have created, being grateful for the beautiful bond my husband and I share and of course the opportunity to be pampered throughout the day. Do what makes you happy!
Our customary photo with the KC gang... after our puja and katha. Have to say this year was different, but we all got tested and were negative , a prerequisite to attend but appreciated by us all. Thank you, @kapoor.sunita, for having us over and always being the bestest host. Love you. Happy Karva Chauth, ladies. ~ @maheepkapoor @bhavanapandey @laali_dhawan @jaanvidhawan @reemakarnani @natashadalal88 @neelamkotharisoni @krishikalulla . . . . . #KarvaChauth #friends #friendslikefamily