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Bollywood stars Shahrukh Khan, Sidharth Malhotra, Aditya Roy Kapur and Esha Deol were clicked at Sachin Ahir’s Sankalp dahi handi at Worli, Mumbai, on Thursday.

Also spotted was comedian Kapil Sharma and director Rohit Shetty.

Shahrukh Khan posted an image of Govindas breaking the dahi handi and wrote: “This is too gutsy. Faith…love…madness…I love my country. Thanks Sachin and Sangeeta…experience of a life time.” Even Kapil Sharma wrote: “My first dahi handi celebration at Worli with Shahrukh bhai and Aditya Roy Kapoor…had a great time.”

Interestingly, while Shahrukh Khan danced at the event, Sidharth Malhotra flashed his perfect abs. Catch all the pics on the following pages.

Bollywood Stars Stars @ Dahi Handi event
Bollywood super star Shahrukh Khan arrived at Ghatkopar west in Mumbai on Thursday 29, 2013 for celebration for 'Janmashtami' organised by Ram Kadam to mark the birth of Hindu god Lord Krishna. Devotees take part in the dahi-handi celebrations during which people build a human pyramid until the pyramid is tall enough to enable the topmost person to reach an earthenware pot filled with milk, curds, butter, honey and fruits and which is suspended at a height of between 20 to 40 feet (about 6 to 12 meter). PIC/SHADB KHAN
Bollywood super star Shahrukh Khan arrived at Ghatkopar west in Mumbai on Thursday 29, 2013 for celebration for 'Janmashtami' organised by Ram Kadam to mark the birth of Hindu god Lord Krishna. Devotees take part in the dahi-handi celebrations during which people build a human pyramid until the pyramid is tall enough to enable the topmost person to reach an earthenware pot filled with milk, curds, butter, honey and fruits and which is suspended at a height of between 20 to 40 feet (about 6 to 12 meter). PIC/SHADB KHAN
Bollywood super star Shahrukh Khan breaks Dahi Handi at Ghatkopar west in Mumbai on Thursday 29, 2013 for celebration for 'Janmashtami' organised by Ram Kadam to mark the birth of Hindu god Lord Krishna. Devotees take part in the dahi-handi celebrations during which people build a human pyramid until the pyramid is tall enough to enable the topmost person to reach an earthenware pot filled with milk, curds, butter, honey and fruits and which is suspended at a height of between 20 to 40 feet (about 6 to 12 meter). PIC/SHADB KHAN
Bollywood super star Shahrukh Khan breaks Dahi Handi at Ghatkopar west in Mumbai on Thursday 29, 2013 for celebration for 'Janmashtami' organised by Ram Kadam to mark the birth of Hindu god Lord Krishna. Devotees take part in the dahi-handi celebrations during which people build a human pyramid until the pyramid is tall enough to enable the topmost person to reach an earthenware pot filled with milk, curds, butter, honey and fruits and which is suspended at a height of between 20 to 40 feet (about 6 to 12 meter). PIC/SHADB KHAN
Bollywood super star Shahrukh Khan breaks Dahi Handi at Ghatkopar west in Mumbai on Thursday 29, 2013 for celebration for 'Janmashtami' organised by Ram Kadam to mark the birth of Hindu god Lord Krishna. Devotees take part in the dahi-handi celebrations during which people build a human pyramid until the pyramid is tall enough to enable the topmost person to reach an earthenware pot filled with milk, curds, butter, honey and fruits and which is suspended at a height of between 20 to 40 feet (about 6 to 12 meter). PIC/SHADB KHAN
Bollywood super star Shahrukh Khan breaks Dahi Handi at Ghatkopar west in Mumbai on Thursday 29, 2013 for celebration for 'Janmashtami' organised by Ram Kadam to mark the birth of Hindu god Lord Krishna. Devotees take part in the dahi-handi celebrations during which people build a human pyramid until the pyramid is tall enough to enable the topmost person to reach an earthenware pot filled with milk, curds, butter, honey and fruits and which is suspended at a height of between 20 to 40 feet (about 6 to 12 meter). PIC/SHADB KHAN
Bollywood super star Shahrukh Khan breaks Dahi Handi at Ghatkopar west in Mumbai on Thursday 29, 2013 for celebration for 'Janmashtami' organised by Ram Kadam to mark the birth of Hindu god Lord Krishna. Devotees take part in the dahi-handi celebrations during which people build a human pyramid until the pyramid is tall enough to enable the topmost person to reach an earthenware pot filled with milk, curds, butter, honey and fruits and which is suspended at a height of between 20 to 40 feet (about 6 to 12 meter). PIC/SHADB KHAN
Bollywood super star Shahrukh Khan breaks Dahi Handi at Ghatkopar west in Mumbai on Thursday 29, 2013 for celebration for 'Janmashtami' organised by Ram Kadam to mark the birth of Hindu god Lord Krishna. Devotees take part in the dahi-handi celebrations during which people build a human pyramid until the pyramid is tall enough to enable the topmost person to reach an earthenware pot filled with milk, curds, butter, honey and fruits and which is suspended at a height of between 20 to 40 feet (about 6 to 12 meter). PIC/SHADB KHAN
Bollywood super star Shahrukh Khan breaks Dahi Handi at Ghatkopar west in Mumbai on Thursday 29, 2013 for celebration for 'Janmashtami' organised by Ram Kadam to mark the birth of Hindu god Lord Krishna. Devotees take part in the dahi-handi celebrations during which people build a human pyramid until the pyramid is tall enough to enable the topmost person to reach an earthenware pot filled with milk, curds, butter, honey and fruits and which is suspended at a height of between 20 to 40 feet (about 6 to 12 meter). PIC/SHADB KHAN
Bollywood super star Shahrukh Khan breaks Dahi Handi at Ghatkopar west in Mumbai on Thursday 29, 2013 for celebration for 'Janmashtami' organised by Ram Kadam to mark the birth of Hindu god Lord Krishna. Devotees take part in the dahi-handi celebrations during which people build a human pyramid until the pyramid is tall enough to enable the topmost person to reach an earthenware pot filled with milk, curds, butter, honey and fruits and which is suspended at a height of between 20 to 40 feet (about 6 to 12 meter). PIC/SHADB KHAN
Bollywood super star Shahrukh Khan breaks Dahi Handi at Ghatkopar west in Mumbai on Thursday 29, 2013 for celebration for 'Janmashtami' organised by Ram Kadam to mark the birth of Hindu god Lord Krishna. Devotees take part in the dahi-handi celebrations during which people build a human pyramid until the pyramid is tall enough to enable the topmost person to reach an earthenware pot filled with milk, curds, butter, honey and fruits and which is suspended at a height of between 20 to 40 feet (about 6 to 12 meter). PIC/SHADB KHAN
Bollywood super star Shahrukh Khan breaks Dahi Handi at Ghatkopar west in Mumbai on Thursday 29, 2013 for celebration for 'Janmashtami' organised by Ram Kadam to mark the birth of Hindu god Lord Krishna. Devotees take part in the dahi-handi celebrations during which people build a human pyramid until the pyramid is tall enough to enable the topmost person to reach an earthenware pot filled with milk, curds, butter, honey and fruits and which is suspended at a height of between 20 to 40 feet (about 6 to 12 meter). PIC/SHADB KHAN
Bollywood super star Shahrukh Khan breaks Dahi Handi at Ghatkopar west in Mumbai on Thursday 29, 2013 for celebration for 'Janmashtami' organised by Ram Kadam to mark the birth of Hindu god Lord Krishna. Devotees take part in the dahi-handi celebrations during which people build a human pyramid until the pyramid is tall enough to enable the topmost person to reach an earthenware pot filled with milk, curds, butter, honey and fruits and which is suspended at a height of between 20 to 40 feet (about 6 to 12 meter). PIC/SHADB KHAN
Bollywood super star Shahrukh Khan breaks Dahi Handi at Ghatkopar west in Mumbai on Thursday 29, 2013 for celebration for 'Janmashtami' organised by Ram Kadam to mark the birth of Hindu god Lord Krishna. Devotees take part in the dahi-handi celebrations during which people build a human pyramid until the pyramid is tall enough to enable the topmost person to reach an earthenware pot filled with milk, curds, butter, honey and fruits and which is suspended at a height of between 20 to 40 feet (about 6 to 12 meter). PIC/SHADB KHAN
Bollywood super star Shahrukh Khan arrived at Ghatkopar west in Mumbai on Thursday 29, 2013 for celebration for 'Janmashtami' organised by Ram Kadam to mark the birth of Hindu god Lord Krishna. Devotees take part in the dahi-handi celebrations during which people build a human pyramid until the pyramid is tall enough to enable the topmost person to reach an earthenware pot filled with milk, curds, butter, honey and fruits and which is suspended at a height of between 20 to 40 feet (about 6 to 12 meter). PIC/SHADB KHAN
Bollywood super star Shahrukh Khan arrived at Ghatkopar west in Mumbai on Thursday 29, 2013 for celebration for 'Janmashtami' organised by Ram Kadam to mark the birth of Hindu god Lord Krishna. Devotees take part in the dahi-handi celebrations during which people build a human pyramid until the pyramid is tall enough to enable the topmost person to reach an earthenware pot filled with milk, curds, butter, honey and fruits and which is suspended at a height of between 20 to 40 feet (about 6 to 12 meter). PIC/SHADB KHAN
Bollywood super star Shahrukh Khan arrived at Ghatkopar west in Mumbai on Thursday 29, 2013 for celebration for 'Janmashtami' organised by Ram Kadam to mark the birth of Hindu god Lord Krishna. Devotees take part in the dahi-handi celebrations during which people build a human pyramid until the pyramid is tall enough to enable the topmost person to reach an earthenware pot filled with milk, curds, butter, honey and fruits and which is suspended at a height of between 20 to 40 feet (about 6 to 12 meter). PIC/SHADB KHAN
Bollywood super star Shahrukh Khan arrived at Ghatkopar west in Mumbai on Thursday 29, 2013 for celebration for 'Janmashtami' organised by Ram Kadam to mark the birth of Hindu god Lord Krishna. Devotees take part in the dahi-handi celebrations during which people build a human pyramid until the pyramid is tall enough to enable the topmost person to reach an earthenware pot filled with milk, curds, butter, honey and fruits and which is suspended at a height of between 20 to 40 feet (about 6 to 12 meter). PIC/SHADB KHAN
 


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