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The 10-day Ganesh festival has begun in the country. This festival is also celebrated in Bollywood with pomp. Ganesha is established by many celebs. Among them, the eyes of the fans most on Ganpati of a celeb is Salman Khan. This festival is celebrated every year at Salman's house, Galaxy Apartment. However, this year, due to the outbreak of Corona virus, Ganesh Utsav will not be celebrated with much fanfare at Salman's house. Nevertheless, the excitement about this festival among the Khan family remains the same as every time.
The history of this festival at Salman's house is no less interesting. It started at his home in 2001, 19 years ago. Speaking to a website, Salman Khan's mother Salma Khan told a few years ago, “We brought Lord Ganesha to the house at the behest of Arpita.” She is very excited about this festival every year and does all the preparations herself. Ganesh ji has been staying in our house continuously since 2001.
Many celebs also arrive during the Ganesh festival at the Galaxy Apartments.
Arpita is the adopted daughter of Salim Khan
Arpita Khan is the adopted daughter of Salim Khan. She was adopted by Salim Khan at a very young age after her marriage to Helen in 1981. Because they both had no children. Salim Khan's eldest children are Salman Khan, then Arbaaz Khan, Sohail Khan, Alvira Khan and youngest Arpita.
Ganesh Utsav closed after RK Studio was sold
Apart from the Khan family in Bollywood, there was a lot of discussion about Ganpati of RK Studios. Ganapati festival was celebrated at RK Studio for 70 years. Every year, the entire Kapoor family used to reach here on the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi and worship. Later, there was a procession of Ganapati immersion, in which Kapoor family's Randhir, Rishi, Rajeev, Ranbir Kapoor were all involved but in 2018 the 70-year-old tradition came to an end with the sale of RK Studios.
Randhir Kapoor-Rajiv Kapoor celebrating Ganesh festival for the last time at RK Studios in 2018.
In 2017, a massive fire broke out in RK Studio located in Chembur area of Mumbai, due to which it was completely ruined. After this, in 2018, the Kapoor family decided to sell it. It is said to have been sold for 250 crores.
The foundation of RK Studio was laid in 1948.
The first film Aag was shot in 1948 in this studio. Apart from this, Barsaat, Awara and Shree 420 are among the first films shot in this studio. Show-man Raj Kapoor laid the foundation of RK Studios 70 years ago in 1948.