B-Town remembers 26/11 victims, martyrs

B-Town remembers 26/11 victims, martyrs

Bollywood stars Amitabh Bachchan, Anupam Kher and Arjun Kapoor among others today remembered the sacrifices of martyrs and mourned the death of innocent people on the sixth anniversary of Mumbai terror attacks.

A series of twelve coordinated shooting and bombing attacks lasting four days occurred across Mumbai on November 26, 2008 killing and injuring many people.

The celebrities took to Twitter to pay homage to the diseased and salute the National Security Guard, which bravely fought the terrorists.

"Those horrifying hours of terror! Prayers and thoughts for those that lost lives .. and saluting the force that fought!" Bachchan wrote on his Twitter page.

"Today I remember the sacrifice of our martyrs and the deaths of so many innocent people," veteran actor Anupam Kher tweeted.

Filmmaker Madhur Bhandarkar tweeted, "The terror Mumbai witnessed 6 years ago on this day will never be forgotten. Also the innocent lives that were lost on that fateful night #26/11. This day is a reminder to us to always remain prepared, alert & do our bit in ensuring that Mumbai remains free from terror in future #26/11."

Playback singer Sonu Nigam said he is speechless at the sacrifices of the martyrs. "No words to offer prayers to the terror Mumbai and its martyrs experienced 6 years back today. Balvaano ko de de gyaan, Allah tero naam," he tweeted.

'2 States' star Arjun Kapoor, said, "6 years have passed...our prayers remain with each and everyone affected by that tragic event."

Actor-director Farhan Akhtar wrote, "In remembrance of all who lost their lives and all who sacrificed their lives to save others on this day six years ago."

Actress Dia Mirza said the day should be taken as an inspiration by everyone to works towards a world of peace, harmony and justice.

Manjob Bajpayee called the day unforgettable and added, "prayers for the people Who lost their lives and salute to the police and NSG."
Veteran filmmaker Subhash Ghai asked his fans to shake hand to one police man today to mark the the day as police day.

"26/11 the most scary/sad days in my Mumbai's history.The handlers and planners are still free. Why? Need justice!" 'Hum Tum' director Kunal Kohli said.

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