Lest we forget: Akshay Kumar to Varun Dhawan, Bollywood celebs remembers 26/11 Mumbai Terror Attack martyrs on its 12th anniversary


On November 26, 2008, several innocent citizens of Mumbai lost their lives in terrorist attacks at Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus, the Oberoi Trident, the Taj Mahal Hotel, Leopold Cafe, Cama Hospital and the Nariman House Jewish community centre. 12 years later, the city is yet to come to terms. Today, on the 26/11 attack's 12th anniversary, Bollywood celebrities paid tribute to the martyrs. 

Akshay Kumar paid tribute to those who lost their lives by tweeting, "26/11, a day Mumbaikars will never forget. My heartfelt tribute to the martyrs and victims of the #MumbaiTerrorAttack. We will forever be indebted to our bravehearts for their supreme sacrifice."


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Varun Dhawan shared the Mumbai Police's post on Twitter and wrote, "Never forget !!!!"

Abhishek Bachchan also reposted it and wrote, "Lest we forget"

Shilpa Shetty shared a picture of a soldier giving a salute to the victims. She wrote, "Praying for peace and healing for every single life that was changed, lost, and altered..."

Raveen Tandon tweeted, “Never Forget . Never Forgive . #26/11.”

Sharing a poster of the attacks, Tusshar Kapoor wrote, "A symbol of the strength and resilience of this city that withstood the ghastly #MumbaiTerrorAttack! All thanks to our police force, the army & the people! #26/11"

Vicky Kaushal wrote, "A little light repels much darkness #standtogether #prayforpeace #remembering26/11"

Madhuri Dixit tweeted, "26/11 #MumbaiTerrorAttack Remembering the heroes who gave up their lives for our safety on this day, 12 years ago. I salute their spirit and bravery. Let's never forget their sacrifice."

Karishma Tanna said, "12 years to the gruesome 26/11 Mumbai attacks today..! Remembering all those who lost their lives.. and a big salute once again to all the brave heroes who risked their lives to save the city..! Folded hands #MumbaiTerrorAttack."

Rahul Bose tweeted, "There is an invisible yet unmistakable connection between every Mumbaikar who lived through 26/11 just as there will be the same between every citizen who will have lived through the pandemic. One has passed, the other will too. In memoriam. #MumbaiTerrorAttack."

Anupam Kher tweeted, "Mumbai hamle me 26/11 ko kya hua tha, ye duniya kabhi nahi bhulegi, or hum Hindustani to bilkul bhi nahi. Is aatankwadi hamle me jinhone apni jaan gawayi or jinhone apni jaane di, unhe meri bhawpuran shradhanjali. Na bhulengye or na hi bhulne dengye #WeWillNeverForget #MumbaiTerrorAttack"

Urmila Matondkar tweeted, "Heartfelt tribute to martyrs and victims of 26/11 #MumbaiTerrorAttack. Salute to strength and resilience of people of #MumbaiCity. Eternally grateful for your supreme sacrifice and you are forever in our hearts"

Randeep Hooda wrote, "12 years of #MumbaiTerrorAttack ! While the martyrs and victims will never be forgotten, here's an ode to the pawsome gang, which is a reminder that not all heroes wear uniforms"

Prateik Babbar wrote, "lest we forget..  for those brave who gave their lives.. so we could live ours..  jai hind. "


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