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B-Town showers praise on `Sarbjit`


New Delhi : With only a day left until its release, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan’s most-awaited flick ‘Sarbjit’ has evoked an effusive praise from the members of the film industry.

Showering praise on the movie, actor Ritiesh Deshmukh has flooded his Twitter handle with series of tweets. He tweeted, “#Sarbjit – a story that needed to be told – felt the pain.. My heart goes out to the family. @OmungKumar u r the master of biopics. Congrats.”

He continued, “#Sarbjit packed with some unbelievable performances: #Aishwarya delivers her best. @RandeepHooda #respect You are something else brother. ”

#Sarbjit @RichaChadha_ truly magical on screen. @DarshanKumaar another solid performer,” reads his tweet.

Neil Nitin Mukesh tweeted, “#Sarbjit @OmungKumar @Vanita_ok @sandeepsinghone take a bow! Aishwarya rai Bachchan is simply outstanding. My current fav song Is #salamat.”

Veteran actor Amitabh Bachchan applauded the movie, writing, “T 2260 – ‘Sarabjit’ an intense dramatic film .. pertinent and performed with great aplomb ! Congratulations !!”

Newly-wed Bipasha Basu tweeted, “#Sarabjit!Hearing amazing stuff. @juniorbachchan pls wish wifey! @jackkybhagnani @honeybhagnani #bhushankumar @OmungKumar @priyagupta999.”

Singer Tulsi Kumar praised the movie, tweeting, “Wat a brilliant film @SarbjitMovie Take a bow #AishwaryaRaiBachchan @RandeepHooda @RichaChadha_ @OmungKumar Super emotional ..M speechless!”

The premiere of the film was held yesterday at Andheri PVR ECX in presence of celebrities namely Aishwarya Rai Bachchan , Amitabh Bachchan ,Abhishek Bachchan, Jaya Bachchan, Randeep Hooda, Richa Chadda, Urvashi Rautela, Mika Singh, Darshan Kumar, Sonal Chauhan ,family of Sarbjeet and many other.

The film will hit the theatres tomorrow. (ANI)

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