The Kapoors Won't Celebrate Ganesh Chaturthi From This Year Onwards, Says "We Have No Place"!
Mina Muzumdar|Aug 30, 2019
Actor Ranbir Kapoor and his family won't celebrate Ganesh Chaturthi and here is the reason. Read details!
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Every year, Bollywood fans are always excited to see their favourite stars rejoice during Ganesh Chaturthi. However, the Kapoors confirmed that they will not be celebrating the birth of Lord Ganesha.
Randhir Kapoor then revealed the reason why his family can not continue their tradition anymore.
“That was the last Ganesh Chaturthi celebration for us. RK Studios hi nahi raha... to kahan karenge? (When there is no RK Studios, where will we organise it?) Papa (Raj Kapoor) started the tradition 70 years ago with a lot of love for the Trunk God, but now, we don’t have a place where we can hold the celebrations the way we did at RK Studios. We all love Bappa and have immense faith in him, but I guess, we can’t continue with the tradition anymore,” Randhir Kapoor told Times of India.
Bollywood actor Ranbir Kapoor and his family had a tradition of celebrating the festival at RK Studio as it where they welcomed Lord Ganpati. After that, the Idol will be taken for immersion amid dhols and dance.
Last year, all the Kapoor family members include Randhir, Rajeev, Ranbir and Rishi Kapoor were spotted gathering for the celebration.
On the same note, Rishi Kapoor confirmed all family member had arrived the decision to sell RK Studio last year as the cost to rebuild the studio after it was destroyed by fire is far more expensive than the revenue being brought in by the studio.
Reportedly, RK Studion which once Kapoor Khandaan's iconic was acquired by Godrej Properties later. This legacy studio was built by Bollywood legend Raj Kapoor about 70 years ago before it was partly damaged by fire in 2017.
Also, Rishi Kapoor who had been in New York last year to receive treatment for cancer earlier told a publication that he expected to be home before Ganesh Chaturthi.
“Celebrating Ganpati is a family tradition. So, I am hoping to be part of it,” he said.
However, he will have a birthday celebration on 4 September with family and friend two days after Ganesh Chaturthi.