Bollywod Reacts To Kasab Hanging News

Ajmal Kasab, the terrorist, who was arrested and out on trial following his role in the infamous 26/11 terror attacks, was hanged to death today morning in Pune and Bollywood celebs seem to be rejoicing at this piece of news.

 

Taking to Twitter, many industry big-wigs expressed their views on the matter and this is what they had to say:

 

Abhishek Bachchan: Man who should be honoured today: the one who captured Kasab: Asst Sub Inspector Tukaram Omble

 

Riteish Dehmukh: congratulations govt of India - for doing it so effectively. For once the govt broke the news n not the news channels

 

Anupam Kher: Justice may not replace the feeling of loss but it gives strength & hope to continue life with renewed belief in system we live in.

 

Kamal Rashid Khan: First time ever advisors of congress have done brilliant job to advise to hang Kasab tday. Now cong. Has hijacked news of Balasahab Thakre.

 

Ken Ghosh: Kasab is now facing the highest of all courts! Sentences meted out here are for all eternity


Sherlyn Chopra: Kasab hanged after the President of India rejected his mercy plea!"

 

Celina Jaitly: Entire Nation rejoices kasabs hanging. Law of the Land Prevailed. Well done govt. Of india ..how ever the source of the ideology of the fanatics who turn young men into terrorists is still alive.


Shreya Ghoshal: Kasab, the lone surviving 26/11 terrorist, hanged at 7.30AM at Yervada Jail in Pune: Senior state government official." Finally!

 

Siddharth: The death penalty scares me no end...having said that, Ajmal Kasab needed to die. He's going to realize that the whole heaven thing...was a lie.

 

Rohit Roy: Kasab might hv died on Dengue....Govt claiming he is hanged." No wayyyy! Are u serious???

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