Ila Arun: “I"m in shock and its disgusting that terrorism is now slowly entering the world of sports and so now it"s high time to “Halla Bol on global terrorism. I"m hoping that the injured Sri Lankan players will be fine. IPL won"t be affected because it"s the crowd who will come to and enjoy this game which is full of spirit..."
Jacqueline Fernandes, Miss Sri Lanka 2006 and Aladdin actress: “I don"t have words to explain about this tragedy and I hope things will be fine..."
Milind Soman: “I think the whole world is under threat and we all must condemn it..."
Luke Kenny, Rock On actor: “With this attack I feel not a single area is safe now. I have being watching in the news channels and it's sad yaar that terrorism is killing innocent people and moreover now it has destroyed the game of cricket and it"s really very shameful on the government front that they were unaware of this attack. I just hope that in future such tragic events won"t be risen."
Neil Nitin Mukesh, Johnny Gaddar man: “I"m completely shattered as now it"s high time to all of us to solve the issue of global terrorism which is now taking roots in sports also and now I hope things will be fine during IPL and to our Indian cricket team."
Again terrorism have raised its head and this time it's in sports. The terror attack on Sri Lankan Cricket Team has shocked the world world. As IPL is on the cards, we ask some of the B-town celebs Indian cricket team is in threat following this attack.