The 10-days long festivities of Ganesh Utsav have come to an end once again with Visarjan. Many parts of the nation celebrated the festival with gusto. Shah Rukh Khan, too, hosted a Ganpati idol, at his home in Mumbai. The actor took to his social media pages and shared pics of the Ganpati at their house. You can also see his youngest son Abram offering his prayers to the deity. Shah Rukh Khan wrote, "Pooja done....Visarjan done. Ganpati Bappa Morya!! May the happiness of the world and beyond come into every household & for every family." Shah Rukh Khan Receives Backlash for Celebrating Ganesh Chaturthi, Shabana Azmi Calls Trolls ‘Disgusting’.
In 2015, the actor has given his two cents on what his idea of religion is. "It is stupid to be intolerant and this is our biggest issue, not just an issue. Religious intolerance and not being secular in this country is the worst kind of crime that you can do as a patriot. We will never be a superpower if we are not going to believe that all religions are equal," #WeWantAnnouncementSRK - Shah Rukh Khan Fans Stir Up a New Twitter Trend as They Wait For His Movie Announcement!
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Pooja done....Visarjan done. Ganpati Bappa Morya!! May the happiness of the world and beyond come into every household & for every family. pic.twitter.com/D8pKXtZk3K
— Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) September 12, 2019
On the professional front, Shah Rukh was last seen in Aanand L Rai’s Zero along with Katrina Kaif and Anushka Sharma. The film failed to perform as per expectation at the box office, and did not impress the audience as well as the fans. Post the debacle of Zero, he hasn’t announced his next film. Though he is busy producing some wonderful content with his company Red Chillies Entertainment. His production, Badla, was loved by all. His next two projects will land on Netflix soon. One of them is Bard Of Blood, the trailer of which is impressive. After that, there will be Betaal, a horror series, which will have an Indian village fight zombies at the time of freedom fighting movement.