Ayushmann, Kareena, Kangana express grief over Amphan devastation, send thoughts & prayers to those affected

Shabana Azmi, Karan Johar and Taapsee Pannu also expressed their grief.

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Bollywood stars, who have been closely following the news, sent out thoughts and prayers to those affected by the deadly cyclone.
The states of West Bengal and Odisha have witnessed large-scale damage and destruction of life and public property ever since cyclone Amphan made landfall. Bollywood stars, who have been closely following the news, sent out thoughts and prayers to those affected by the deadly cyclone.

‘Dream Girl’ actor Aayushmann Khurrana sent out a tweet, sending condolences to the families of those who lost their lives.

‘Jab We Met’ star Kareena Kapoor Khan shared photographs of fallen trees, damaged cars with a caption, ‘We need to think’.


Abhishek Bachchan, in a tweet, said, "Thoughts and prayers are with all our country persons in Eastern India. Be strong! #CycloneAmphan."


Actress Nushrat Bharucha also sent out prayers for those affected.

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Kangana Ranaut sent out a hopeful message for her fans, saying that the difficult times will surely pass on.

Veteran actress Shabana Azmi thought the visuals on TV were ‘terrifying’, film-maker Karan Johar asked ‘can this year get any worse?’ and actress Taapsee Pannu felt we would pass this test with ‘flying colours’.

‘Raazi’ star Vicky Kaushal prayed for everyone’s safety, actress Anushka Sharma sent condolences to the families of the victims and director Shoojit Sarcar, too, expressed his grief at the havoc wreaked by the cyclone.

It is heartbreaking to see the damage caused by #CycloneAmphan. My prayers are with everyone affected in Odisha and… https://t.co/vvsxSY8wbG— Anushka Sharma (@AnushkaSharma) 1590044846000

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Actress Ananya Panday also offered condolences to the families who lost their loved ones in the cyclone.



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