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    Randhir and Rajeev Kappor at their Ganpati procession.Varinder Chawla
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    Amitabh Bachchan posts a photo of a crowded procession.Amitabh Bachchan/ Twitter
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    Sonu Sood bids goodbye to Lord Ganesh with his family.Varinder Chawla
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    Sanjeev Kapoor enjoys the festive spirit of Mumbai.Sanjeev Kapoor/ Twitter
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    Neil Nitin Mukesh bids goodbye to lord Ganesha.Neil Nitin Mukesh/ Twitter

After celebrating the 10-day long Ganesh Chaturthi, Bollywood stars finally bid adieu to Lord Ganesha on Monday.

Sonu Sood, Neil Nitin Mukesh, Randhir and Rajeev Kapoor were spotted during the Ganpati visarjan procession.

While Hrithik Roshan, Vivek Oberoi, Ameesha Patel and Sonali Bendre bid goodbye to the Lord a few days ago, some of the stars waited till the end for immersion.

Meanwhile, megastar Amitabh Bachchan kept it simple, and posted a picture of a crowded procession on Twitter, and chef Sanjeev Kapoor narrated the revelry he witnessed in the city, "Anant Chaturdasi, today is last day of Ganpati Visarjan. Mumbaikars are on street to say goodbye to their fav deity."

In a recently concluded interview with The Times of India, Kangana Ranaut remembered her childhood memories associated with the festival. "Every time there was any puja in our house, we would sing Ganesha aarti first. I have been associated with Ganesha like that since I was a kid," she said.

Looking gorgeous in a saree, Ranaut performed the aarti and whispered into the mouse's ear. Riding high on the success of "Queen", the diva said the gesture is considered to be holy.

Praising the city's festive spirit, she said Ganesh Chaturthi gives off a positive vibe. "It is so beautiful to see millions of people collectively having faith and worshipping. The place looks divine. The city is exuding that sort of vibe right now, which is very nice."