After Ram Charan, Allu Arjun's Pushpa Inspired Ganpati Idols For Ganesh Chaturthi

After Ram Charan, Allu Arjun's Pushpa Inspired Ganpati Idols For Ganesh Chaturthi

New Delhi: Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations are in full swing across the country. And like every year people have brought Lord Ganesha’s idol to their homes. Many devotees like to give a filmy twist to their celebration and following the trend Lord Ganesha’s idols have been inspired by movie characters. 

After Lord Ganesha statues inspired by Ram Charan’s look from the blockbuster ‘RRR’, Allu Arjun’s look and style from ‘Pushpa: The Rise’ has also inspired several Ganpati idols in the country. 

Several images and videos of a Ganpati idol went viral, where the deity can be seen sitting in a white kurta-pajama similar to how Arjun wore in the film. The statue also performed Pushpa’s signature hand gesture from the film. 

“#GanpatiBappaMorya.Allu Arjun’s ‘Pushpa’ is creating new heights of stardom for the actor as Lord Ganesha idols,” a social media user commented. 

However, there’s a section of social media users who did not like the idol makers’ creativity. 

“I think he is lord Ganesha, we are all treating like that only. But y fo people doing these type of things, don’t u even know that he is a god… When u r the allu arjun sir fan please keep it over to u itself not doing these type of things… ,” a netizen tweeted. 

“What’s this nonsense ????? Wtf man !!! I can’t believe this.I know u r fan of allu arjun but what is this man .U r mocking Lord Ganesha,” another one wrote. 

On Monday, Ram Charan and Jr NTR fan clubs shared Ganpati idols inspired by their characters from RRR. Take a look:

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Apart from common citizens, celebs also look to Ganesh Chaturthi with much excitement and celebrate it with fervour every year. While few celebrities like Shilpa Shetty Raj Kundra, and TV actor Arjun Bijlani, brought their Ganesha idols home, many others are visiting Ganpati pandals. 

On Wednesday, Kartik Aaryan visited the popular Ganesh pandal, Lalbaugcha Raja, in Mumbai. Take a look: