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Dwayne Bravo to join Neil Nitin Mukesh for Bappa festivities

Cricketer Dwayne Bravo might celebrate Ganesh utsav at actor Neil Nitin Mukesh’s home.

bollywood Updated: Aug 27, 2016 09:49 IST
Yashika Mathur
Yashika Mathur
Hindustan Times
Neil Nitin Mukesh,Dwayne Bravo,Ganesh Utsav
Actor Neil Nitin Mukesh might host cricketer Dwayne Bravo during ganesh utsav in Mumbai.(Yogen Shah)

West Indies cricketer Dwanye Bravo will reportedly celebrate Ganesh utsav with Neil Nitin Mukesh’s family in Mumbai.

Bravo’s team confirms the news about him being in India during the festival.

“Yes we are going to be in India during the festival and Dwayne is 50 percent Indian by heart so he’s very excited to be ushering in Ganpati in India and making it special for his fans here,” says Shehan Raj from his team.

Actor Neil Nitin Mukesh is tight- lipped about the affair.

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“Ganpati is an annual ritual in the Mukesh family for the last 22 years now and we celebrate it with great fervour every year. Last year we had underprivileged children coming in to share the happiness and spread the love with Bappa and this year too it will be special. We generally don’t like to talk about the guest list, since its a closed door affair and Ganpati is one of the most special events in my home where we welcome everyone,” says Mukesh.

West Indies cricketer Dwayne Bravo. (Getty Images)

The cricketer, who sang the Champion’s anthem, is excited about the big festival.

“Bravo will visit Neil’s residence in South Mumbai to celebrate the homecoming of the actor’s eco-friendly Ganpati. He will be participating in the family affair by performing the aarti and might sing a special number for Lord Ganesha. His outfits are being designed . He will wear a navy blue sherwani with embroidered motifs coupled with a turban and mojris for the visit,” says a source.

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First Published: Aug 27, 2016 09:04 IST