Reaction of celebrities to the Ayodhya verdict

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  • The Supreme Court have delivered their judgement on the impending RamJanmabhoomi and Babri Masjid case earlier today
  • Various actors from the Hindi Film fraternity have lauded the efforts of Supreme Court and have requested Indian citizens to respect Supreme court’s decision

The weekend began with the dropping of Ayodhya Verdict. Supreme court have given their decision on the pending case of RamJanmabhoomi-Babri Masjid land dispute, which has languished the judicial system for several decades.

As per the verdict, Supreme Court has ordered to construct temple on the disputed site while Muslims will be compensated with an alternative of five acre of land in Ayodhya.

The court has ordered the Central government to formulate a scheme to implement the order within the next three months.

Various celebrities have shared their opinions on the verdict of the Supreme Court. Some of them have requested Indian Citizens to make peace with Supreme court’s verdict some of them have told to respect the Apex’s court’s decision by appreciating it.

The Chappak star Vikrant Massey took to Twitter and said,” what a glorious day. Our tomorrow’s will be better than yesterday’s. I pray for India that is unified and stronger as we move into a new decade.

Taapsee Pannu tweeted,”Hail Supreme Court! let the needful be done. Now moving towards solving issues that will make India best place to Live in”.

The actor who portrayed the role of Narendra Modi in his biopic, Vivek Oberoi shared a picture of Mahatma Gandhi and wrote,”No one could have said it better than the great father of our nation! Let us honour the Mahatma by keeping peace and staying united always.” 

During the announcement of Verdict, Farhan Akhtar took to Twitter and requested all Indian citizens to accept the verdict gracefully. “Humble request to all concerned , please respect the Supreme Court verdict on #AyodhyaCase today. 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,” he said.

The stir that has been created in celebrities life has also been created in other people’s lives as the case that had been pending to be resolved from last seven decades has been resolved.

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