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Kartik Aaryan and Family Seek Blessings From Lalbaugcha Raja

The actor was sincerely following his mother’s instructions during the puja

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INDIA. Mumbai: Bhool Bhulaiya 2, famed actor Kartik Aaryan along with his family visited the famous Lalbaugcha Raja on the auspicious occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi in Mumbai. The actor offered prayers to Lord Ganesha and dropped some adorable pictures on his Instagram.

He thanked Bappa(Lord Ganesha), “for making this a life-changing year”. He captioned his photo writing, “Ganpati Bappa Morya!!! Blessed to get my first darshan of Lalbaugcha Raja. Thank you, Bappa for making this a life-changing year. Aur hope karta hu aap aagey bhi meri saari mannate aise hi poori karte rahe.”

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Paparazzi and shutterbugs clicked Aaryan while touching the Elephant headed Lord, he sought blessings from him with folded hands. He donned a simple shuttle-coloured baby pink kurta paired with white pyjamas. This traditional outfit is a pure reflection of his devotional inclination towards Indian culture.

The Dhamaka actor also offered a coconut before offering his prayers. The actor was sincerely following his mother’s instructions during the puja. The actor is a sweetheart to all his fans, he never fails to keep hope alive in the hearts of his fans. During the program, he treated his fans posing in selfies and shaking hands with them. He also bid adieu to his fans by joining his hands, up in the air.

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Aaryan is currently celebrating the success of Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2, which is the year’s second highest-grossing Hindi film. On the work front, he recently announced his new project with Kabir Khan which will be produced by Sajid Nadiadwala.

He will also be seen in a Telugu remake movie Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo alongside Kirti Sanon. The movie is named “Shehzada”. Nextly, Kartik will collaborate with Hansal Mehta’s social drama, Captain India, where he will deliver the role of an airforce officer.

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Also Read: Ganesh Chaturthi, the Elephant-Headed God’s Festival Kicks Off across India


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