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Bollywood celebs on Anna's movement

bollywood Updated: Aug 20, 2011 13:46 IST

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Amidst cheers of thousands of supporters, Anna Hazare has finally stepped out of Tihar jail to start his campaign against corruption at Ramlila Maidan. Celebs express their views about the movement on Twitter. Here's what they have to say.

Amitabh Bachchan: I feel dwarfed by the strength of conviction by this India ..determined, clear in thought and ready to take on any obstacle ..

Priyanka Chopra: The kurekshtra of the war against corruption shifts to Ramlila Maidan! God and India is with YOU, Anna

Mahesh Bhatt: Anna & his team cater to the impatient middle class. Their followers presume that the 'people' r automatically right & pure. Even with his adversaries Gandhiji maintained a tone of utmost respect. This seems alien to Anna's & his 'worshipers'. They call their movement non violent but is not causing such a divide also violence? Look at the violent responses I get for my views. They have divided India into those who support their cause as the pure & those who don't as the impure Congress agents.

Anupam Kher: This anti corruption movement has also brought a great sense of pride of being an INDIAN in us. Look at that sea of flags. JAI HO.:)

Bipasha Basu: A Big cheer for the Dabbawalas for supporting Anna! And more power to Anna!

Ram Gopal Varma: I wonder wht wil hpn if prime minister also sits in tent opposite Anna hazare to fast unto death in protest of Anna hazares fast unto death.

Luv Sinha: Where is the youth icon now? I don't see him speaking out against corruption or Mr Anna Hazare while his party cries wolf.

Kunal Kohli: We're living thru the remaking of our nations history. It's up to us all now to follow this path of no corruption in our daily lives.

Shreya Ghoshal: Hope we are nearing the end of babudom. Watching the news. Proud of the country's youth.