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India celebrates its 72nd Independence Day today on August 15 and our very own Bollywood stars such as Salman Khan, Akshay Kumar, Amitabh Bachchan, Ranveer Singh, Sonam Kapoor, Nimrat Kaur and others took to Twitter to wish everyone a happy Independence Day. The day is special and every citizen feels proud to live in a country which is free nd has so much to offer in terms of tradition, culture and history. The stars also paid tribute to the freedom fighters and soldiers who have fought and died for our country and also rememberd everyone who were a part of the struggle.
Check out the tweets below...
"Our young nation is the very future of the world !!!!! #HappyIndependenceDay," he tweeted.
Salman Khan's Independence Day Message
"Wishing sab ko a v happy independence day. B financially independent but try n remain emotionally dependent, all the happiness n success to all. #HappyIndependenceDay2018", he tweeted.
"T 2900 - whoever said innovation was limited .. !!! dress codes ?? how do you code dresses ? I just innovated and made exception .. so there .. Salwaar kameez and band gala .. !!," he tweeted while posting several Indian flags.
Akshay Kumar's Independence Day Message
"Freedom is never free. Let us salute all those who fought for our freedom and to those who fight for us day and night at the borders to keep us safe. Let us not take their sacrifices for granted and always work towards a better India. Happy #IndependenceDayIndia," he tweeted.
"What does it mean to be free? Our forefathers fought to create a beautiful & safe home for us. As we look back over India's great history, let's be thankful for everything. Be liberal, empathetic, have civic sense, be tolerant & love your country! Happy Independence Day!," she tweeted.
"Remembering all those who gave up their present for the today we live. Here's embracing our 72nd year of independence with the hope that our freedom is celebrated with the responsibility and the promise of a tomorrow which we will be proud of. #JaiHind🇮🇳 #HappyIndependenceDay," she tweeted.