Lalbaugcha Raja 2020: Event canceled due to corona virus, artists said this
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It has been decided not to undertake the celebrations of Lalbaugcha Raja in a big way. It has been praised by TV actors Karan Wahi, Bigg Boss 13’s Daljeet Kaur and Vatsal Seth. The government is taking drastic steps to ensure everyone’s safety and to curb the rapid spread of the corona virus. Meanwhile, the state of Maharashtra, especially the city of Mumbai, is badly affected by the virus. As the festival of Ganesh Chaturthi is about to come.
Organizers of Lalbagha Raja recently announced that the big event has been canceled to prevent large numbers of devotees from reaching out to seek blessings to ensure people’s safety and maintain social distancing. Reacting to the announcement, many TV actors have praised it. It includes Karan Wahi, Bigg Boss 13’s Daljeet Kaur and Vatsal Seth.
Many TV and Bollywood actors visit Lalbaugcha Raja to seek the blessings of Lord Ganesha. TV actor Karan Wahi said in an interview that he thinks saving people and keeping everyone safe is a top priority and mentions this He is happy that the city’s largest Ganesh Chaturthi mandal has taken a sensible decision. Karan said, ‘I think saving people and keeping people safe is a top priority and I am happy that it has come from the largest Ganesh Chaturthi mandal in the city. I hope people will understand the need of the hour and act wisely
Karan Wahi, Bigg Boss 13’s Daljeet Kaur feels that the decision taken by the committee is ‘good’ and revealed that she is extremely happy and proud. The actress said, ‘Lalbagha Raja has always given so much blessings and many devotees believe that he has showered happiness for years …’ The contestant of Bigg Boss 13 further wrote, ‘When the king says … the kingdom Will follow and hope that all people will follow the king as an example. ‘
Vatsal Sheth of Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai also praised the decision and said, ‘This is a great decision … The health and safety of the devotees comes first … I am sure that Bappa would like it too; Describing the cancellation of the program as a great decision, Vatsal mentioned how the health and safety of the devotees comes first. Meanwhile the organizers of Lalbagha Raja also mentioned that they would organize a health camp for 11 days. This includes blood donation camps, which will mainly promote plasma donation.