Janmashtami 2019: BJP MP Hema Malini sings bhajan, offers prayer at ISKCON temple; video goes viral
Indians can’t remain silent as it is Lord Krishna birthday celebrations. The devotees of Lord Krishna have already started the preparations to celebrate the Janmashtami which is on 24th August. However, many people have celebrated on 23rd August. From common man to celebrities, all worshipped Krishna and offer prayers, observe fast. Also, BJP MP and Bollywood actress Hema Malini was spotted doing the worship of Lord Krishna at the ISKCON (International Society for Krishna Consciousness) Temple in Mumbai.
The video of Hema Malini also went viral in which the actress-turned-politician can be seen singing a bhajan, Hare Rama Hare Krishna at the temple. The paparazzi captured the special devotional moment of Bollywood’s dream girl. The video was shared on Instagram, which has received thousands of views and several comments.
Famous shutterbug Viralbhayani has shared the video on his official Insta handle.
Netizens were blown away after seeing Hema singing a bhajan.
Hema is a devotee of Lord Krishna and also a life member of ISKCON. However, she has been spotted several times offering prayers in ISKCON temple in Juhu, Mumbai.
Hema also wishes her fans on the occasion of Janmashtami. She wrote, “ It is that time of the year that we wait for eagerly. Yes! It is Janmashtami - celebrating the birth of Krishna who lives in the hearts of the people! Triumph of good over evil is the reason for this avataar as he demolishes the demons and leaves for us the Bhagvad Gita as life truths.”
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It is tht time of the year that we wait for eagerly. Yes! It is Janmashtami -celebrating the birth of Krishna who lives in the hearts of the people! Triumph of good over evil is the reason for this avataar as he demolishes the demons& leaves for us the Bhagvad Gita as life truths #happyjanmashtami
Earlier, Hema Malini was also spotted in Mathura, on the occasion of Haryali Teej. The 70-year-old veteran actress danced gracefully on a popular bhajan at the Sri Radha Raman Temple during the ‘Jhulan Utsav’ on the eve of the festival.