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Bollywood stars from Shah Rukh Khan to Farhan Saeed have praised India’s successful landing of the lunar probe Chandrayaan 3.

Famous people from Shah Rukh Khan to Farhan Saeed have praised India's successful landing of the lunar probe Chandrayaan 3.


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This is the third lunar mission of the Indian Space Research Organization, and it arrived on the moon on August 23. It is also India’s most-awaited space mission. Millions of people all across the world applauded India for making history, and many of them took to social media platforms like Twitter and Instagram to share their joy.

Numerous well-known Bollywood actors and actresses made public appearances praising the achievement. Farhan Saeed, a singer-turned-actor from Pakistan, was also delighted by the accomplishments of Pakistan’s neighbor. He wrote on X, “Congratulations, India; it definitely is a milestone! As the saying goes, “a nation that is truly achieving new milestones one after the other.”

Among the numerous famous people who have spoken out on the moon landing is Amitabh Bachchan, who did so on an episode of his popular game show Kon Banega Crorepati.

Poetry reads: “Kal shaam ko jab chand niklega na, toh uss chand ki mitti par humare desh ke kadmon ki chaap hogi. In the evening of tomorrow, when the moon rises, our country’s footprints will be etched on the soil of the moon. This is what the crew of the Chandrayaan 3 hopes to do. The moon from our childhood legends will finally be within our country’s grasp tomorrow.

Later, the renowned Bollywood actor expressed his delight at India’s progress, saying that the country no longer deserved the label of “third world” and should instead be called “first world.”

Ananya Panday and Hrithik Roshan joined the crowd as well. On Twitter, the Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham actor remarked, “My heart swells with pride a little more today as I witness my people soar high and give their very best,” while the Gehraiyaan actor captioned a photo of the spaceship with a simple “spaceship. India has landed on the moon!.

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