Bollywood wishes fans happy Dusshera

Sunday, October 17, 2010

NEW DELHI - Bollywood stars have wished their fans “Happy Dusshera” on micro-blogging website Twitter.

Here are some of those Twitter posts:

Shammi Kapoor: “Dussera ki badhai sabko.”

Amitabh Bachchan: “Dasshera ki pyaar bhari shubh kamanayein…victory of good over evil…and may it be so in all your lives…ever!”

Abhishek Bachchan: “Aap sabko Dushera ki shubkamnayein. May you conquer all the evils in your life and be happy.”

Madhur Bhandarkar: “May this Dushera light up for you the hopes of happy times and dreams for a year full of smiles! Wish you Happy Vijay Dashami.”

Vivek Oberoi: “Happy Dussehra everyone! Dussehra celebrates the triumph of good over evil. On this day, Lord Ram killed the demon king Raavan who abducted his wife, Sita. We celebrate Dussehra as a reminder that goodness will always prevail.”

Mugdha Godse: “Happy Dusserra to everyone, kill the bad inside you and put an end to all evil thoughts! Let’s feel cleansed! Ready for a brand new beginning!”

Genelia D’Souza: “wishing all a very happy dussehra.”

Sonakshi Sinha: “Dussera ki shubhkamnayein!”

Mallika Sherawat: “Happy Dussehra to all!”

Arshad Warsi: “Happy Dussera, wishing you all a prosperous life.”

Gul Panag: “A very very Happy Dusshera! Stand up and fight the evil forces.”

Sikandar Kher: “Happy dussera to everyone! May you be happy real and positive always.”

Roshan Abbas: “Happy dusshera to you all.”

Shreya Ghoshal: “Happy Dushera. Shubho Bijoya.”

Vishal Dadlani: “Dussehra ki shubhkaamnaayein.”

Shekhar Ravijani: “Happy Dussehra my friends!!”

Punit Malhotra: “Dushera is the day we celebrate valor and courage, Triumph Of good over evil. Wish you the best. Happy Dushera!”

Anurag Basu: “Aap sabko vijay dashami ki hardik shubhechha!!”

Tusshar Kapoor: “Happy dassera to everyone, hope you all have super luck this coming year.”

Dia Mirza: “Happy Dussera! Here’s to new beginnings!”

Riteish Deshmukh: “Wishing all a very Happy Dussehra.”

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