As Jawan approaches the 900 crore mark, Shah Rukh Khan seeks Lalbaugcha Raja’s blessings with AbRam.
Shah Rukh Khan paid a visit to Mumbai’s iconic Lalbaugcha Raja pandal when Jawan crossed the 900 crore mark at the global box office.
On Thursday, Shah Rukh Khan and his son AbRam sought the blessings of Lalbaugcha Raja after attending the Ganesh Chaturthi rituals at Antilia. The actor was photographed giving offerings and worshiping to Lord Ganesha at a pandal in Mumbai.
Videos from the pandal exhibition Shah Rukh wears a white shirt, accompanied by AbRam and Pooja Dadlani, his manager. A priest applied a tilak to Shah Rukh’s forehead while the star offered coconuts and sweets. Throughout, Shah spoke to AbRam and folded his hands in prayer.
The Lalbaugcha Raja’s history is well-known, as is the Ganesh idol of Lalbaugcha Raja Sarvajanik Ganeshotsav Mandal, which is located at Putlabai Chawl, a place of devotion erected in 1934. The Kambli family has cared for the Lalbaugcha Raja Ganapati statue for over eight decades.
On the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi, Shah Rukh Khan invited Lord Ganesha to his home in Mannat on Tuesday. SRK took to Instagram with a photo of a Ganesha statue to wish everyone a happy Diwali. “Ganpati Bappa Ji, welcome home.” I wish you and your family a joyous Lord Ganesha celebration. “May Lord Ganesha grant us all happiness, wisdom, good health, and plenty of Modak to eat!!!” he wrote.
Shah Rukh Khan’s Ganesh Chaturthi is more special this year because his second film of the year, Jawan, is on its road to becoming another 1000 crore smash for him. The film has already surpassed the 900 crore mark at the global box office and is certain to join the exclusive 1000 crore club this weekend.
Nayanthara, Sanya Malhotra, Vijay Sethupathi, and Deepika Padukone feature in Jawan, which is directed by Atlee. In the film, Shah Rukh plays two characters.
The film is billed as a high-octane action thriller that follows “the emotional journey of a man who is determined to right the wrongs in society,” and it stars Shah Rukh in the dual roles of Vikram Rathore and his son Azad.