Indian Celebrities Have Gone Crazy After India Crossed The LOC Today

By Iman Zia | 26 Feb, 2019

Reports are churning out, expeditiously slapping out newspapers out of factories after the Indian Air Force carried out a surgical strike against terror launchpads in Pakistan-administrated Kashmir. They attacked a terror camp on the LOC (Line Of Control) between Pakistan and India’s occupied Kashmir. This attack was done in retaliation to the Pulwama Attacks in India’s side of Kashmir, killing allegedly more than 40 soldiers on February 14th.

Indian forces took 2,000 fighter jets and dropped 1,000 kg laser-guided bombs on a terrorist camp on the LOC, according to the news publication ‘ANI.’

The news of the strike was confirmed by Union Minister Prakash Javedakar. While we all know the Indian entertainment industry has gone completely bonkers ever since the Pulwama attacks, we aren’t the least bit surprised to see Bollywood celebrities salute the attack and naturally take to social media to commend the strikes.

Our biggest enemy right now, Ajay Devgn whose gone completely kooky said: “mess with the best, die like the rest” before saluting Modi.

Sanjay Dutt joined in with the ‘Jai Hind’ parade and saluted the Indian Airforce.

Akshay Kumar went a little overboard by basking in the glory that the terror camps on the LOC had been destroyed.

Anupam Kher also got a little too patriotic after news spread.

We get it Anupam.

Lesser famous actors Abhishek Bachchan and Sonakshi Sinha also took to Twitter to support their troops.

Things don’t seem to be dampening down anytime soon. Could this turn into our countries helming the battlefield?


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