B-town wishes 'safe, peaceful' New Year

Mumbai, Jan 1 (IANS) Good health, love, happiness and respect for women - Bollywood celebrities have wished all this and more to their fans and loved ones on the first day of 2013.

The celebrities took to Twitter to extend New Year wishes. Here's what they had to say:

Amitabh Bachchan: Happy New Year to all. For a glorious 2013... but never forget what 2012 left us with.

Anupam Kher: Wishing you all a happy and hopeful 2013. Love, happiness, peace and respect for the 'Her' among us.

Asha Bhosle: Best wishes for the coming year.

Lata Mangeshkar: Namaskaar and a very happy new year to my twitter family... lots of love, happiness, peace and good health to you all.

Akshay Kumar: In the New Year, may your cheque book and budget, balance and include generous amounts of charity because no one has ever become poor by giving... think about it. Cheers! Happy 2013.

Madhuri Dixit: Wish you all a very happy and fulfilling new year! Happy 2013!

Abhishek Bachchan: I wish you a safe New Year! Big love.

Karan Johar: Make 2013 the year that you gain perspective, lose inhibitions and maintain your balance. Own the year... let it not own you! Happy 2013.

Sonam Kapoor: Change is the only constant. Be responsible citizens of the world, who fight for what is right! Happy New Year.

Resul Pookutty: Let us ring in the new bells, a very happy New Year to you all. May this year bring the best you all! Love you all.

Madhur Bhandarkar: While 2012 has been quite an emotional year for us, I wish you all a happy, healthy and successful 2013. Let the bright side of life begin.

Vivek Oberoi: Happy New Year everyone! Wishing you all love, light, happiness and success in 2013.

Tusshar Kapoor: Happy New Year pals, thanks for your love and support this past year. Wish you all love, luck and happiness in 2013! Work hard and party harder.

Shreyas Talpade: Wishing all a better New Year than the previous one.

Ali Zafar: Happy New Year.

Manoj Bajpayee: Happy New Year to all of you! My new year resolution is to be a better human being and take care of my health all the time. Eat right.

Ranvir Shorey: Wishing everyone a happy 2013.

Arjun Rampal: Good morning 2013! Wish you all, peace, love, strength and abundance of joy. Stay positive and be open to receptive to positivity. Happy New Year.

Divya Dutta: A very happy New Year to all! God bless.

Raveena Tandon: Happy New Year all of you! My loved ones on twitter! God bless, bring you a new year with hope and happiness.

R. Madhavan: A very happy 2013 to you all my lovely tweeple.

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