Numerous Bollywood entertainers invited Bappa to their homes yesterday. A variety of them took to online life to post pictures with Ganpati, wishing fans on Ganesh Chaturthi. A portion of the famous people additionally demanded the significance of eco-friendly Ganesha icon. Riteish Deshmukh likewise took to web based life to discuss the significance of eco-friendly symbols.
While a ton of VIPs are occupied with entertaining themselves with observing Ganesh Chaturthi on an amazing scale; sitting in America, Riteish Deshmukh ventured up to accomplish something increasingly helpful for the earth. He was seen making an eco-friendly Ganesh.
The Masti on-screen character posted a video of himself creating a Ganesha icon out of mud on Twitter. He subtitled the video saying, “I made the Ganesha symbol at home out of Mud. I need to be dependable towards my environment, hope we can leave a superior cleaner planet for our kids. They gain from what they see. Wishing all of you satisfaction and flourishing #HappyGaneshChaturthi #ecofriendly #GanpatiBappaMorya.”
In the year 2016, when dry spell had hit the grounds of Maharashtra, he had given Rs 25 Lakh to Jalyukta Latur, an activity that was begun to help the dry season ridden region of Latur in Maharashtra. The help program had expected to build the measure of water in the locale through people groups’ interest.
Aside from Riteish, on-screen character Dia Mirza also took to online networking and encouraged fans to get eco-friendly icons. She composed a long post, discussing how icons made of POP (Plaster of Paris) hurts the earth.
Coming to Riteish, this isn’t the first run through the on-screen character has advanced eco-friendly Ganesh Chaturthi. A year ago as well, the entertainer made a Ganesh symbol out of mud.
On the work front, Riteish was as of late found in a tune from Ayushmann Khurrana’s Dream Girl. Riteish can be seen scoring with Ayushmann and Nushrat Bharucha in the tune called Dhagala Lagli.
Other than Riteish, actor Sonali Bendre too returned home an eco-friendly Ganesha. Television entertainers Rithvik Dhanjani, Karan Wahi, Raqesh Bapat among others too made Ganpati at home utilizing eco-friendly items.
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