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Kareena Kapoor Khan Shares Ganesh Chaturthi Photos

Karisma and Kareena Kapoor Khan share photos of the family’s Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations with Armaan Jain, Taimur Ali Khan and the rest of the Kapoor family.

A Ganesh Chaturthi under the lockdown for the Kapoor clan has been quite different. Celebrations are taking place on a much smaller scale with Bollywood celebrities are taking severe precautions while also ensuring that they don’t miss out on the fun. Karisma Kapoor and sister Kareena Kapoor took to the social media platform Instagram to share photos of the family during the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi. Reema Jain, her husband Manoj Jain and their sons Armaan and Aadar Jain also attended the celebration.

Taimur and Karisma’s children Samaira and Kiaan are also seen taking blessings from Ganpati Bappa.

Take a look at the photos:

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