Independence Day 2020: Bollywood thanks COVID-19 warriors, prolong heat needs


Mumbai, August 15

Film personalities, together with megastar Amitabh Bachchan, famous person Akshay Kumar and Ajay Devgn on Saturday celebrated India’s 74th Independence Day, urging their fellow countrymen to respect the sacrifices of the healthcare workers main the battle in opposition to coronavirus pandemic.

 Many celebrities took their social media handles to unfold a message of peace and unitiy on the event. 

Bachchan, who not too long ago recovered from coronavirus, paid  tributes to the docs and nurses in a publish on Twitter.

“The true warriors in the fight against CoviD .. salute .. and on this auspicious Day of our Independence wishes for peace prosperity,” Bachchan wrote.

Akshay determined to make use of the second to attract individuals’s consideration on the plight of vegetable and fruit distributors, who’ve been badly hit on account of COVID-19 pandemic.

“We all know these people, we all have these people in our lives. On this #IndependenceDay, let’s come together for them, let’s come #Together4India. Please help as much as you can… Just don’t ignore, share the way YOU care. Jai Hind,” Kumar wrote alongside a video message.

Bollywood veteran Dharmendra posted a small video clip of fashionable tune ‘Kar Chale Hum Fida’ from his 1964 struggle movie “Haqeeqat”.

“In the memory of those who died for the freedom of the country, in memory of those who died to protect our the country…15 August Happy INDEPENDENCE DAY,” he wrote within the caption.

Ajay, who performed Maratha warrior Tanhaji Malusare in interval actioner “Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior” posted, “On this 74th Independence Day, Tanhaji salutes each & every brave and unsung hero.” Legendary singer Lata Mangeshkar shared a hyperlink to the patriotic tune “Sare Jahan Se Acha” on Twitter with the message, “Wishing you all a very very happy Independence Day. Jai Hind.” Priyanka Chopra Jonas requested her follows to recollect and recognise the function performed by girls in India’s freedom battle.

“History is made when women take strides towards change. Happy #IndependenceDay #womeninhistory #changemakers,” she stated.

Shraddha Kapoor additionally honoured the corona warriors on the event. 

“It’s the relentless efforts of the frontline warriors that had made us believe that hope and humanity exist. This Independence Day is dedicated to them. Deepest gratitude and respect,” she stated.

South star Mahesh Babu stated the Independence Day is a logo of India’s biggest victory.

“The day that marked the dawn of a new beginning… When Independence became our greatest victory! May this freedom lead our way. Let’s always be grateful. Happy #IndependenceDay to all my fellow Indians! Jai Hind,” he stated.  While actor Vidya Balan requested everybody to encourage the precious treasure of Indian silk.

“On #IndependenceDay celebrate the unity in diversity of Indian Silks from Assam to Gujarat and Jammu & Kashmir to Tamil Nadu. Encourage and embrace the treasure trove of Indian Silks,” she stated in a tweet with a photograph of herself donning a saree. 

Sharing an lovable image of her son Taimur Ali Khan holding the nationwide flag, Kareena Kapoor Khan took to Instagram and wrote, “Freedom in our minds, faith in our words and pride in our souls.” Nimrat Kaur shared a photograph of an outdated man standing within the rain and hoisting the nationwide flag.

“There’s something inexplicably wondrous about a flag hoisting moment… when our tricolour’s unfurled (in pounding rain here today), showering petals and smiles all across, shortly followed by our National Anthem. #HappyIndependence  #JaiHind #ProudIndian,” she wrote within the caption. 

“Liberty, Equality, Justice and Fraternity for All. Happy 74th Independence Day my India! Jai Hind,” tweeted Dia Mirza.

Veteran actor Shabana Azmi posted a message for her followers on Twitter which learn, “Indian. Let that be your religion. Happy Independence Day.” “Happy Independence Day to all my countrymen,” she captioned the photograph.

Other celebrities who additionally marked the event included Varun Dhawan, Deepika Padukone, Hrithik Roshan, Arjun Kapoor, Tiger Shroff, Farhan Akhtar, Sonu Sood and Vicky Kaushal. PTI



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