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Watch: TV actor Raqesh Vashishth sculpts Ganesha statue for ‘Ganesh Chaturthi’

Raqesh Vashishth is a good sculptor and has been busy preparing his own Ganesha for Ganesh Chaturthi, which falls on September 17.

Written by Dimpal Bajwa | New Delhi |
September 8, 2015 10:42:46 am
Raquesh Vashishth, ganesh chaturthi, Raquesh Vashishth ganesh sculpture, Raquesh Vashishth news, Raquesh Vashishth instagram, Raquesh Vashishth instagram videos, entertainment news Actor Raqesh Vashishth, who made his Bollywood debut as Amar Shah in the 2001 hit movie ‘Tum Bin’, has a hidden talent. The actor is a good sculptor and has been busy preparing his own Ganesha for Ganesh Chaturthi, which falls on September 17.

Actor Raqesh Vashishth, who made his Bollywood debut as Amar Shah in the 2001 hit movie ‘Tum Bin’, has a hidden talent. The actor is a good sculptor and has been busy preparing his own Ganesha for Ganesh Chaturthi, which falls on September 17.

The festival is celebrated on a very large scale in Mumbai and the actor has this time decided to sculpt the idol of Ganesha himself.

Raqesh took to Instagram to share videos of him making the idol.

From painting a large chunk of wax to making every curve of the idol carefully, we see how much the actor is engrossed in making it look perfect. He has also mentioned in one of the captions of his video posts, that it is his favourite idol.

Raqesh, who has also been a part of hit daily soaps like ‘Qubool Hai’, ‘Nach Baliye 6’, ‘Saat Phere’ and many more will next be seen in the Marathi movie ‘Srav Mangal Savdhan’ which is slated for a 2016 release.

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