Farah Khan reacts to videos of her ‘looking incapacitated’ at Lalbaugcha Raja | Bollywood


Choreographer-filmmaker Farah Khan has reacted to her videos at Lalbaugcha Raja that emerged online where she could be seen held by her friend. After watching the videos, people were worried about Farah’s well-being. On Wednesday, Farah took to Instagram and posted a video of Lalbaugcha Raja. (Also Read | Farah Khan says they used to keep house open as kids, didn’t have money to repair latch)

Farah Khan with Sonu Sood at Lalbaugcha Raja in Mumbai.
Farah Khan with Sonu Sood at Lalbaugcha Raja in Mumbai.

Calling it the ‘most amazing darshan”, she wrote, “Had the most amazing darshan of #lalbaughcharaja .. right at his feet.. despite whatever you will see in videos of me looking incapacitated due to crowds I just want to say it was all worth it thank you to the security, the volunteers, and the police who handle such crowds daily with such care n understanding..”

She also added, “And thank you to my dearest @sonu_sood for taking me with him. N @rakesh_kothari24 for personally escorting me. It’s a divine experience for every Mumbaikar #ganpatibappamorya.” Sonu Sood reacted to the post and wrote “Ganpati Bappa Morya” in the comment section.

Farah also posted a photograph with Rakesh Kothari on her Instagram Stories, who ensured that the choreographer was able to seek blessings. “Rakesh bhaiya (brother) who made sure I got to Bappa,” she wrote.

Recently, Farah visited Lalbaugcha Raja with actor Sonu Sood and her friends. In several videos from her visit, she was seen getting mobbed by fans outside Lalbaugcha Raja.

Earlier, actors like Anupam Kher, RajKummar Rao, Patralekhaa, Ahan Shetty, Tusshar Kapoor visited Lalbaugcha Raja to seek blessing from Lord Ganesha.

The history of the Lalbaugcha Raja is quite famous as it is the popular Ganesh idol of Lalbaugcha Raja Sarvajanik Ganeshotsav Mandal, located at Putlabai Chawl, a place of worship founded in 1934.

The Lalbaugcha Raja Ganapati idol has been taken care of by the Kambli family for over eight decades. Lalbaugcha Raja’s first look was unveiled earlier on Friday evening, days ahead of the Ganesh Chaturthi festival.

Ganesh Chaturthi is a 10-day festival that starts on the fourth day of the Hindu lunisolar calendar month ‘Bhadrapada’ and this year the festival commenced on September 19. The auspicious ten-day festival starts with ‘Chaturthi’ and ends on ‘Anantha Chaturdashi’.

It is believed that Lord Ganesh arrives on Earth during the festival and after the 10 days of blessings he showers on his devotees, he returns back to his parents Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati on ‘Kailash Parvat’.



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