Bollywood responded to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's appeal to show the nation's 'collective resolve and solidarity' in its fight against coronavirus with a symbolic gesture of lighting a lamp on Sunday night.
Here's a look at how they did it:
Katrina Kaif looks beautiful in white.
Kriti Sanon says a prayer.
Janhvi Kapoor looks up in the sky.
Pooja Hegde reminds us that, 'Happiness can be found even in the darkest of times, if one only remembers to turn on the light.'
Kriti Kharbanda writes, 'Sometimes this is all we need, a little light, a little unity and lots of goosebumps :) we are in this together, one for all and all for one.'
Krystle D'Souza feels 'Light will ultimately triumph over darkness.'
Hina Khan dresses up for the occasion.
Kartik Aaryan puts up a thaali.
Sunny Leone writes, 'Locked down!! Lots of love to all the people and healthcare professionals who are facing this virus head-on!!'
Akshay Kumar writes, 'Together we stand and together we will come out of this dark phase. Till then stay strong, stay safe.'
Arjun Kapoor writes, 'The darkest nights produce the brightest stars. Together, we shall overcome.'
Soha Ali Khan.
Chahatt Khanna lights red candles.
Preity Zinta lights a diya in Los Angeles.
Sophie Choudry does her bit.
Divya Dutta has a thali of diyas.
Manushi Chillar's candle glows against the Mumbai skyline.
Neil Nitin Mukesh.
Daisy Shah watches from her house near the highway.
Ankita Lokhande chants the Gayatri Mantra.
Ameesha Patel shouts out slogans while doing her bit.
Juhi Chawla shows off her diyas in the balcony.
Randeep Hooda watches from the balcony.
Gauri Khan posts a video of her son AbRam.
Venkatesh, from the terrace.
Shreyas Talpade has a thali of diyas.
Amitabh Bachchan quotes from his father's epic poem while lighting a candle.