Juhi Parmar’s daughter Samaira cries on the day of Ganpati immersion...


Apart from being a festival to celebrate the birth of Lord Ganesha, the occasion of ganesh chaturthi holds a

deep significance for actress Juhi Parmar. Juhi told that it all started in 2018, when her daughter Samaira was

ill and that was when she brought Bappa home for the first time.

Juhi Parmar’s daughter Samaira cries on the day of Ganpati immersion.

The actress told that, A few days before ganesh chaturthi, Samaira was falling ill due to frequent headaches.

I was very stressed about her health and then I prayed to Bappa that everything should be fine and I could take

her home. Will come. Luckily, when we went for MRI, we found out that headache was due to sinus and he is

fine. On the way back, I thanked Bappa at the same signal and pandal and we brought him home ''.

Welcoming Ganpati to her home for the sixth year, Juhi Parmar said, Bappa and his blessings mean a lot to

me. It is a very emotional feeling. He really blessed us.

The actress told the reason behind this

Juhi said, ganesh chaturthi is more than just a festival for Samaira and remains her favorite time of the year.

She helps me in decorating the house and makes rangoli with enthusiasm. We also make modaks every year.

Samaira and I made flame free modaks with Nutella this year. The actress told that, Samaira starts crying

every year at the time of Ganpati Visarjan and I also have tears in my eyes because it is a very emotional

moment. After Visarjan, we use that water to water the plants. So that positivity stays with us.

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