Durga Pooja 2018: Kajol, Katrina Kaif, Varun Dhawan dress up in their festive best
Stars like Kajol, Varun Dhawan, Kiran Rao, Mouni Roy and others sought blessings at North Bombay Sarbojanin Durga Pandal in Mumbai. The celebrities seemed to enjoy the festival in full fervour in their traditional avatars.
Kajol looks stunning at Durga Pooja celebration 2018
'Kuch Kuch Hota Hai' star Kajol looked vivacious as she donned red and white saree for the Pooja. Recently, she was spotted at 'KKHH' 20 years party hosted by Karan Johar. Source: Yogen Shah
When it is all about simplicity!
'Tiger Zinda Hai' actress Katrina Kaif looked beautiful in a simple pink saree that she chose for the occassion. Kaif was welcomed to the venue by friend, filmmaker Ayan Mukherji whose family is one of the main organisers of the Pooja. (Source: Yogen Shah)
Varun Dhawan seeks blessings of Goddess Durga
Varun Dhawan makes his presence felt at Durga Pooja celebrations. The actor will be seen next in Karan Johar's ambitious period drama 'Kalank'. Alia Bhatt, Madhuri Dixit and Sonakshi Sinha are Dhawan's co-stars in the film. ( Source: Yogen Shah)
Mouni Rao grooves to the beats of 'dhaak'
Mouni Roy who played the character of 'Sati' in mythological daily soap 'Devon Ke Dev...Mahadev' was seen dancing joyfully Pandal. The actress is a trained Kathak dancer. recently made her debut in the film 'Gold'. Currently, the 'Nagin' star is busy shooting for the movie 'Brahmastra'. (Source: Yogen Shah)
Sumona Chakravarti at Durga Pooja celebration
Sumona Chakaravarti was also seen posing for photos at the pandal. She was last seen in 'Comedy Nights with Kapil', as Kapil's wife.(Source: Yogen Shah)
Kiran Rao and son Azaad
Film producer Kiran Rao also dropped in to offer prayers along with her son Azaad Rao Khan. screenwriter- filmmaker wore white saree with orange border for the occasion that looked perfect for the festival. (Source: Yogen Shah)
Ayan Mukerji looked dapper in check shirt
Ayan Mukerji looked dapper in green check shirt as he posed with actress Mouni Roy and his father, yesteryear's actor Deb Mukherji. (Source: Yogen Shah)