Festivals are celebrated with good fervor throughout the nation and Bollywood only reflects that opinion. Actor Aishwarya Rai Bachchan celebrated Karwa Chauth together with her Family, mother-in-law Jaya Bachchan and sister-in-law Shweta. Also engaging in their Karwa Chauth festivities was celebrity Sonali Bendre.
Sonali posted two movies on Instagram and composed: “Moon seeing #KarwaChauth Jaya aunty.” Sonali shared a film with husband Goldie Behl and yet another group picture, together with Jaya, Aishwarya, Shweta along with other girls for business. The women all looked resplendent in colors pink, red, green and other colors. Also spotted was a small Aaradhya, who is seen sitting next to her mommy.
Earlier in the afternoon, Amitabh had shared an image of Jaya (cropping himself from it) and composed: “T 3520 -… The greater half. . !! Quite clearly another half is immaterial… And therefore hidden.”
Quite a few different celebrities also put out videos and pictures from their various puja and parties.
She shared a movie in which quite a few women from movie industry history and former actresses took apart. Names included Raveena Tandon, Padmini Kolhapure, Neelam Kothari and celebrity Sanjay Kapoor’s spouse Maheep, late Raj Kapoor’s daughter Rima Jain among other titles.
Sharing the movie, Shilpa had written: “Karva Chauth puja… Sunita for getting us being the best hostess consistently.”
Bipasha shared images with Karan Singh Grover and composed: “Waiting for the moon a lovely event to celebrate love… both me and @iamksgofficial quickly for each other annually #monkeylove #karwachauth2019.”
Sharing a picture with her husband, Preity wrote: Joyful karva Chauth to all of the couples out there Wish you loads of love, joy & togetherness constantly. I am thankful to my better half to Indulging me by engaging in all that matters to me personally even though he does not always know our 1000 Indian customs including Karva chauthJust because he becomes a modest Indian every day that I turned into a bit American & together we strive to appreciate & respect each other and our belief systems.