It's pujo season and festivities are everywhere. From pandal-hopping and puchka-eating to getting blessings from Goddess Durga, it feels like most of the cities have turned into Calcutta. It's the time of red sarees and big, round bindis and it's stunning! Social media too looks like it's painted in the colours of the festival.
The Main Hoon Na actress, Sush shared a heartfelt wish for all her fans and loved ones on Instagram saying, "Shubho Mahalaya to you & all your loved ones!!!😁😍 Maa Durga’s homecoming for me, has always symbolised a time of #triumph of good over evil...of courage over fear...of love over hatred!!!❤️🙏 I pray that She always reside in our hearts, embodying the ‘Shakti’ she so richly represents!! To new beginnings, prosperity, divine happiness & the ultimate #mother 🙏"
Juhi Chawla raved about the eco-friendly pandal she went to and said that it was exquisite and breathtaking. For the occasion, she wore a navy blue floor-length anarkali with silver gota patti work and accessorised with a double-layered neckpiece.
Kajol looked stunning in this red kurta and palazzo set from Maisara Clothing. With big chandbalis and bright red lipstick, the Kabhi Kushi Kabhie Gham star shone brightly.
Aren't these beautiful pictures reminding you of how awesome Indian festivals are? You share love, warmth and of course, gifts. In case you're looking for a unique yet perfect festival gift for a friend, you can always trust this Faith Love Hope Planner to add some colours to your buddy's day!
Bollywood's father and mother figure, Amitabh and Jaya Bachchan also partook in the celebrations.
Rani Mukherji wore a white saree for Durga Pujo with silver border and finished the look off with an elegant string of pearls. The Mardaani actor also statement kundan kadas in both hands along with red and white bangles to bring a little colour to the monochrome avtaar.
This is such a happy Bolly group picture. This is Amitabh Bachchan, Jaya Bachchan, Kajol along with her son Yug and Ayan Mukerji seeking the blessings of Goddess Durga.
Navratris prove one thing that festive season is just around the corner- be it Dussera and Diwali or wedding season that will start soon. I for one, just can't wait to deck up and deck the halls all around too.
May Maa Durga protect everyone. Happy Ashtami to you all! Hope the coming time is full of laughter, happiness, and joy for you and your loved ones. We are sending all the best wishes.