Ayodhya Verdict

Published:  12:35 AM, 10 November 2019

Bollywood celebs react to the SC judgment

Bollywood celebs react to the SC judgment Koena Mitra Taapsee Pannu

The Supreme Court has finally given its verdict over the long-pending Ram Janmabhoomi and Babri Masjid land dispute covering around 2.77 acres of land case. While the court has awarded the argued land in Ayodhya for the construction of a temple, it even stated the Muslims to get an alternate land within the city for the construction of a mosque. The decision which came from a bench of five judges headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi has been hailed by many B-town celebrities.

While the judgment of the politically-sensitive Ramjanmbhoomi-Babri Masjid land dispute case has come out yesterday, police have been in high alert throughout the nation; especially in regions which have mixed populations. Many Bollywood personalities like Taapsee Pannu, Madhur Bhandarkar, Koena Mitra and others took to their respective social media handles to hail the Supreme Court's verdict, others urged to maintain peace and grace in their neighborhood.

Taapsee Pannu tweeted, "Hail Supreme Court! Let the needful be done. Now moving towards working on issues that will help our nation become the BEST place to LIVE in" Madhur Bhandarkar wrote on twitter, "Welcome the fair verdict over the #AyodhyaCase by Hon. Supreme Court. Finally the long pending issue will be resolved now."

Koena Mitra wrote, "What a verdict! #RamMandir Thank you Shri @narendramodi ji. #AYODHYAVERDICT"Huma Qureshi tweeted, "My dear Indians, please respect the Supreme Court verdict on #AyodhyaCase  yesterday. We all need to heal together and move on from this as one nation !!"Farhan Akther wrote, "Humble request to all concerned , please respect the Supreme Court verdict on #AyodhyaCase yesterday. Accept it with grace if it goes for you or against you. Our country needs to move on from this as one people. Jai Hind."

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