Priyanka Chopra, Kareena Kapoor, Anushka Sharma, and different celebs share particular posts on Gandhi Jayanti

by Jeremy Spirogis

Celebs needs for Gandhi Jayanti&  | &nbspPhoto Credit:&nbspTwitter

Key Highlights

  • Celebrating the lifetime of Mahatma Gandhi today, celebs have shared particular posts
  • Hema Malini wrote, “Time to recall and reflect upon the many selfless sacrifices made by the Mahatma”
  • Other celebs who shared particular quotes and poems by Mahatma Gandhi are Madhur Bhandarkar, Urmila Matondkar and Subhash Ghai

“Be the change you want to see in the world” – a quote usually utilized by leaders and visioners which was as soon as mentioned by Mahatma Gandhi. Every yr on October 2, residents rejoice the delivery of the Father of the Nation, who contributed to India’s freedom from the British Raj. And today, Twitter is flooded with messages and quotes by Gandhi ji.

Celebs like Disha Patani, Hema Malini, Adnan Sami, Divya Dutta, casting director Mukesh Chhabra, Shabana Azmi, director Madhur Bhandarkar, filmmaker Subhash Ghai, Tusshar Kapoor and others have shared particular posts on the event. In her post, Hema Malini urged residents to mirror on the selflessness and sacrificial natures of Mahatma Gandhi today. 

She wrote, “Gandhi Jayanti today. Time to recall and mirror upon the various selfless sacrifices made by the Mahatma to win us our freedom from the British. Without him there would have been no motion, no deliverance, no ‘India’. We have a lot to be grateful to Gandhiji.”

Veteran actress Shabana Azmi remembered the Mahatma and wrote, “Remembering #Mahatma Gandhi on his birth anniversary. Clinging by the slender thread of Hope that his guidance will lead us out of this quagmire of darkness into the light.”

Disha Patani posted a photograph of Mahatma Gandhi and wrote, “Happy Gandhi Jayanti.” Kareena Kapoor Khan shared a quote by Gandhi. 

Anushka Sharma shared a post on Instagram and wrote, “My humble tribute to the Father of our Nation, who inspired the entire world with his kindness and compassion. I sincerely hope that the lessons he taught us would live in everyone’s heart. #GandhiJayanti”

Priyanka Chopra, too, shared a particular post. She wrote, “With all that’s happening around us in the world, his words are so relevant in the times we live in.”

Urmila Matondkar shared a poem by Mahatma and Gandhi and wrote, “‘वैष्णव जन तो तेने कहिये जे पीर परायी जाणे रे’ Wishing all happy #GandhiJayanti #peace #love #humanity #nonviolence”

Celebrated filmmaker Subhash Ghai shared a tribute video to Mahatma Gandhi and wrote, “Our humble tribute to our timeless chief #MAHATMA GANDHI  By our college students n everybody @Whistling_Woods worldwide Film n media arts college @PMOIndia @EduMinOfIndia @tourismgoi @MinOfCultureGoI
 @PrakashJavdekar @narendramodi”


Several movies have been made on the lifetime of Mahatma Gandhi. One of the most well-liked ones is Gandhi, which was directed by Richard Attenborough in 1982. It featured Ben Kinsley as Gandhi, Roshan Seth, Daniel Day-Lewis, Om Puri, and Saeed Jaffrey.

Other movies like Hey Ram, Gandhi, My Father, Making of the Mahatma, Sardar, Babasaheb Ambedkar, Lagey Raho Munnabhai and extra are additionally based mostly on Gandhi’s life.

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