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Here's what your favourite Bollywood celebrities are tweeting.
Filmmaker Hansal Mehta expressed a desire to make a biopic on Shiv Sena supremo Balasaheb Thackeray, whose health has been critical.
'I would love to make a biopic on Bal Thackeray. But we are so intolerant that something like that would be impossible to make,' he tweeted.
Meanwhile, Bollywood stars tweeted their prayers for the well being of the Shiv Sena supremo:
Shah Rukh Khan: 'My prayers & wishes for Bala sahibji...may he recover soon & healthy from this battle.'
Anupam Kher: 'Praying for Bala Saheb's speedy recovery. In today's political scenario this is one Tiger who has never aged.'
Ameesha Patel: 'My prayers n wishes with balasaheb thackeray..wish he recovers soon.'
Riteish Deshmukh: 'Prayers for the speedy recovery of Shri BALASAHEB - he is a Tiger is every sense- be it his walk or his talk.'
Randeep Hooda: 'God bless the charismatic tiger #balasaheb .. Hope he is not in too much pain and his heart is full of hope and his tongue firmly in cheek.'
Preity Zinta: 'Today my Prayers are for Balasaheb Thackeray's health and for his speedy recovery. May he get well soon.'
After partying hard during Diwali, stars went back to work after the festivities were done.
Arjun Rampal: 'Back to work, D Day Ahmedabad, feel like I am jet lagging aftermath of Diwali celebrations.'
Aftab Shivdasani: 'And the madness resumes... Last marathon sched of grandmasti after which film would be over... 3 weeks from now.'
Payal Rohatgi: 'Working out 2 Times a day to beat the diwali sweets kept in through fridge:-) why did God give tongue taste buds ?? !!'
Shaan: 'Haven't worked out for almost ten days now... All the Diwali Khana Peena is showing... Need to get back in shape.. What about You??:))
Rajat Kapoor: 'should have gone to the gym- but did not!! Newspapers take too long, what to do.'
Akshay Kumar met some IPS officers and shared a picture of him: 'Met with some young, sharp and energetic bunch of IPS officers in office this morning. Had to motivate them but in turn I was left mighty impressed by their hard work and diligence.'
Farah Akhtar, who has grown a beard for Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra's Bhaag Milkha Bhaag, has grown fond of it.
'It's going to be tough to have to shave my beard post BMB. I'm very attached to it and its grown very close to me,' Akhtar tweeted.
Meanwhile, filmmaker Shekhar Kapur criticised the Rs 100 crore club trend in Bollywood. '100 cr film club is a silly media invention perpetuated by Stars egos.If its all abt money y not aspire 2 1000cr club? Slumdog millionaire?' he wrote.
Sunny Leone, who left India last night, was mobbed at the airport. 'Just was mobbed by 20kids and parents at the airport. So sweet! The customs agent stamped the wrong ticket. Haha he wanted to just talk about bb5 and jism 2. Love India!! I learned a lot in this last trip about India, Diwali, the Bollywood industry and the people. Sad to leave more this trip then any other,' she tweeted.