Mumbai, Sep 8 (IANS) Bollywood entertainer and Kajol’s sister Tanishaa Mukerji talked about her most memorable visit to the Lalbaughcha Raja, one of the most established local area Ganeshotsav festivities held in Lalbaug, South Mumbai, beginning around 1934.
Wearing a flaring orange sari, the entertainer looked dazzling in pictures she posted from Lalbaughcha Raja on her Instagarm handle: “The sky was orange as was my saree.”
The entertainer, known for her spell in ‘Bigg Boss 7’ and a few other unscripted TV dramas and motion pictures, for example, ‘Popcorn Khao! Pole Ho Jao’, ‘Sarkar’ and ‘Tango Charlie’, shared her energy about visiting the festivals interestingly.
Mukerji likewise posted a video on her web-based entertainment prior about her visit to the sanctuary with a subtitle: “We should goooo #lalbaughcharaja my first darshan and sooo favored that I was directed right to the mandap. Was difficult. At the point when the Arti began, the police who were following convention and making us stand by at the door wouldn’t let us through for the Arti.
“However at that point they felt liberal and let us through while the Aarti was on. Then, at that point, we were unable to get to the mandap and a heavenly messenger found me and in a real sense directed us to the stage and afterward at last the mandap individual saw us and, in a real sense, it resembled bappa directed us to him.
“We got to bow at his feet. So honored! thank u to each and every individual who made my most memorable Darshan so breathtaking!”
She added how she had an outlook on her most memorable visit: “It is an extraordinary inclination to be essential for something that everybody loves. The quality of Lalbaughcha Raja is incomparable and this was my absolute first time. Following two years of limited festivals, this year feels unique in a totally unique manner.”