Stars of Indian cinema celebrate the nation’s 73rd Republic Day


New Delhi, Jan 26 (UNI) Today marks the 73rd Republic Day, the day that arouses strong feelings of patriotism in every Indian. And just like as it is for the ordinary public, artists from the scene of India cinema too exulted, and took to social media to put forth their pride in the nation on this day. Actress Kangana Ranaut shared a video of an older version of the national anthem on Instagram, which served as the National Anthem of the Provisional Government of Free India when the British left the nation and was also the anthem of Subhas Chandra Bose's Indian National Army. She captioned the video, “Our first National Anthem… Enjoy” Posting a video of the incredible fly past of the IAF, Akshay Kumar said “Goosebumps!! To see the might of our Indian Air Force… leaves you spellbound. Wishing everyone a Happy Republic Day with a proud heart. Jai hind “ Telugu actor Mahesh Babu tweeted “Celebrating 75 years of Independence, brave martyrs who fought for it Happy Republic Day India, Peace and prosperity always!!! Jai Hind “ Director Radha Krishna Kumar tweeted “Wishing the greatest nation in love and culture a Happiest Republic Day #radheshyam in theatres soon,“ with a reference to Prabhas and Pooja Hegde's upcoming release “Radhe Shyam” . Telugu actor Sai Dharma Tej said “ NO GUTS NO GLORY !! Proud to be an INDIAN Republic Day wishes to my fellow Indians #salute #freedom #OurHeroes “ Ace actor Manoj Bajpayee tweeted “Happy Republic Day!!” with the picture of the national flag. Model, actress Rachel White said “ Happy Republic Day #RepublicDay #ProudIndian”, with a picture of herself wearing a saree. Actress Kirron Kher posted tweeted “Brilliant Republic Day parade . Such a moment of pride to see the fly past and cultural diversity. Mera Bharat Mahan,” with a picture of Arjun tanks and marching of the Sikh unit. Ajay Devgn shared a video of the motorcycle stunts performed by the Indian Army and CRPF personnel and captioned it saying, “What they can do, I can't. Truly remarkable #HappyRepublicDay“. Veteran actor Amitabh Bachchan tweeted “??????? ???? ?? ???? ???? ?????????? " Veteran Malayalee actor Mohanlal, in a tweet, said: “Let us pledge to always keep the tricolour high and rising. Republic Day Wishes to every Indian.#RepublicDay.”