Bollywood celebrities have been visiting various Durga pandals to celebrate the festival of Navratri. From Kajol to Jaya Bachchan, many stars were snapped by the paparazzi. These ladies took the ethnic elegance a notch higher in beautiful sarees. The Helicopter Eela star looked beautiful in a traditional red and white saree. She tied her hair in a bun. With heavy earrings and subtle make-up, she looked every bit of a Bengali woman. The actress was all smiles for shutterbugs.

Kajol has been busy with the promotions of her upcoming film, Helicopter Eela in which she was seen playing the role of a single mother. However, she took out time from her busy schedule to enjoy this festive season.

Aamir Khan’s wife Kiran Rao also visited the pandal with her son Azad. She looked stylish in the simple desi avatar. She donned a cream and orange-hued saree. On the other hand, Azad looked cute in maroon kurta and white pajamas.

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Kajol, Picture Courtesy- Yogen Shah

Kajol, Picture Courtesy- Yogen Shah

Kiran Rao, Picture Courtesy- Yogen Shah

Kiran Rao, Picture Courtesy- Yogen Shah

Jaya Bachchan, Ayan Mukerji, Picture Courtesy- Yogen Shah

Jaya Bachchan, Ayan Mukerji, Picture Courtesy- Yogen Shah

Sumona Chakravarti, Picture Courtesy- Yogen Shah

Sumona Chakravarti, Picture Courtesy- Yogen Shah

Jaya Bachchan was spotted with filmmaker Ayan Mukerji. The latter was dressed in red kurta and white pajama. Ayan is occupied with the work of his upcoming film, Brahmastra featuring Amitabh Bachchan, Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt.

A couple of days back, actress Sushmita Sen shared a video in which can be seen holding a pair of dhunuchi as she does the traditional dhunuchi naach with her daughters. She captioned it as, “#dhunuchinaach What a #divine feeling dancing with my babies in celebration of #shakti May the #incense burn strong & spread #positivity #love #hope & #kindness where ever it flows!!! #notunpollidurgotsav #sharing #happiness #duggadugga I love you guys!!!”

During Navratri, nine avatars of Goddess Durga are worshipped. The festival is celebrated with joy and enthusiasm all over the country. Dussehra will be celebrated on October 11.