Chandrayaan 2: Shah Rukh Khan, Akshay Kumar, Ajay Devgn and Other Bollywood Celebs Shower Praises on ISRO (Read Tweets)
Shah Rukh Khan, Akshay Kumar, Ajay Devgn (Photo Credits: Twitter)

The entire nation is right now super proud of ISRO for their wonderful efforts of making Chandrayaan 2 mission successful. Despite the last moment shortfall, Prime Minister Narendra Modi lauded and encouraged them in a speech. The netizens who witnessed the journey live on television were extremely emotional to find the ISRO Chairman K Sivan and others present  get teary-eyed. They have started pouring words of encouragement on social media. Bollywood celebs like Shah Rukh Khan, Akshay Kumar, Ajay Devgn, R Madhavan, Vir Das, Anupam Kher, Sunny Deol tweeted about the same. PM Modi Lauds ISRO For Chandrayaan 2 Efforts, Says 'No One Can Stop India From Succeeding'.

The Rocketry: The Nambi Effect star took to the micro-blogging site and wrote, 'What ever it is .. it’s still History in the making.' He further added, 'More than 90% of the experiment is on the ORBITER which, gods grace , is safely in the Lunar orbit. That is still fully functional and therefore The mission still very successful. #ISRO.' He replied to a fan saying, 'Hoping that is true bro.. “ALL IS WELL...ALL IS WELL” with hand on my heart. .. but the divination from the planned path was minimal..'

On the other hand, Anupam Kher too posted a series of tweets summing the sentiments of most of them. He tweeted, 'गिरते हैं शहसवार ही मैदान-ए-जंग में, वो तिफ्ल क्या गिरे जो घुटनों के बल चले!!! Well done @isro We are proud of you.' He also futher lauded the speech given by PM Modi and termed it as one of most inspirational ones till date. Check out the reactions of other Bollywood celebs here.

Shah Rukh Khan's Tweet

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Ajay Devgn's Tweet

R Madhavan's Tweet-1

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Anupam Kher's Tweet- 1

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Sunny Deol's Tweet

Vir Das' Tweet

Shekhar Kapur's Tweet

Atul Kasbekar's Tweet

Earlier on Saturday, the Prime Minister said in his speech, "For last few hours the entire nation was worried. Everyone stands in solidarity with our scientists. We are proud of our space program. Today our resolve to touch the moon has grown even stronger." Stay tuned with us for more updates.