Zee TV’s popular show Kumkum Bhagya was in for a surprise when some special guests arrived and made it their home. Bollywood actors Riteish Deshmukh and Nargis Fakhri appeared on the show to celebrate the ongoing Ganesh Festival 2016! This was, of course, a promotional activity for their forthcoming film Banjo. Riteish Deshmukh plays a singer and banjo player in the film and the movie is set in the heart of Maharashtra in Mumbai. Obviously, a Ganeshotsav and a Ganpati song are pivotal to the plot of Banjo, and the Bappa song by Vishal Dadlani in the movie has already caught on with the masses. ALSO SEE: Salman Khan Ganesh Darshan: Little Ahil Sharma, celebs gather at Bollywood superstar’s house to celebrate Ganesh Festival 2016

Just like in the film, Riteish Deshmukh will be seen crooning the Bappa number on Kumkum Bhagya. Take a look at some of the pictures of Riteish Deshmukh and Nargis Fakhri on Kumkum Bhagya sets while they shot for the special episode. Of course, Kumkum Bhagya‘s lead actor, the handsome Shabbir Ahluwalia aka Abhi (Abhishek Prem Mehra) was present on location with Sriti Jha. The show’s producer Jeetendra, yesteryear star and Ekta Kapoor’s father, was also seen blessing Riteish Deshmukh. The latter even tweeted about the moment! ALSO SEE: Kumkum Bhagya 7th September 2016 watch full episode online in HD

A beautiful and huge murti or idol of Lord Ganesha was placed on the sets of Kumkum Bhagya for the special episode and we almost offered prayers looking at it! Take a look at the wonderful pictures from the sets of Kumkum Bhagya with Riteish Deshmukh and Nargis Fakhri! Also watch clippings from an episode of Kumkum Bhagya and listen to the Bappa song from Banjo.

Riteish Deshmukh and Nargis Fakhri on Kumkum Bhagya with Shabbir Ahluwalia

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Shabbhir Ahluwalia and Sriti Jha

Shabbhir Ahluwalia

Riteish Deshmukh and Nargis Fakhri on Kumkum Bhagya

Kumkum Bhagya is one of the most popular shows on Indian television. It is based on Jane Austen’s revered novel Sense and Sensibility, which has been adapted into many plays and a movie. Watch this space for updates on Kumkum Bhagya and Banjo.


(Photos by Yogen Shah)