India on Saturday marks the 14th anniversary of the deadly 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks. Enough Bollywood Celebrities have paid tribute to the victims of the attacks, including Akshay Kumar, Anupam Kher and Madhur Bhandarkar.
Akshay Kumar remembered the victims of the deadly attack and paid tribute to those who died serving the nation. He shared a photo depicting the security personnel who lost their lives in the attack while displaying bravery. Police officials Ashok Kamble and Hemant Karkare and Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan were among those who testified that day.
“To remember the innocent victims and those brave hearts of the Mumbai terror attack who laid down their lives 14 years ago on 26/11,” Akshay Kumar she wrote using the hashtag “Never forget.”
Anupam Kher also shared a post on Twitter to mark the anniversary of the attacks. He posted a monochrome photo of the Taj Hotel with the text “26/11. Tribute to our heroes”
Preity Zinta tweeted a touching video of a cute baby girl expressing her gratitude to the army personnel. He wrote: “On the anniversary of 26/11, this video is a wonderful representation of how a family recognizes and thanks some members of our defense forces who put their lives before ours in difficult situations and places so that we have the luxury of life, choice, freedom and expression”.
On the anniversary of 11/26, this video is a wonderful representation of how a family recognizes and thanks certain members of our defense forces who put his/her life before ours in difficult situations and places so that we have the luxury of life, choices, freedom and expression. pic.twitter.com/kgZWGwF9JB— Preity G Zinta (@realpreityzinta) November 26, 2022
Raveena Tandon paid tribute to the victims of the terror attack and wrote, “Never forgive, never forget.”
Filmmaker Madhur Bhandarkar remembered the lives lost in the attacks and paid tribute to the martyrs. He shared an image of the Taj Hotel from the day of the attack. “Remembering all those innocent victims and brave martyrs who lost their lives in the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks,” he wrote.
Comedian and actor Vir Das shared a small excerpt from his Netflix show Vir Das For India where he remembered his friend who died in. “The Story of the Bombay Terror Attack. I wrote this about Mumbai and my friend Sabina at Vir Das For India and publish it every year. The very thing that makes us Mumbaikers makes sure they never win,” he captioned the post.
The Mumbai terror attack, which took place on November 26, 2008, claimed the lives of hundreds of people and injured many others.
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