Indian And Chinese Armies Face Off Each Other In Galwan Valley. Bollywood Pays Tribute To 20 Martyred Soldiers As #WorldWar3 Trends On Twitter


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An ongoing border dispute between Asian superpowers India and China has created a rift between the two countries. It has taken a violent turn as India reported the deaths of 20 brave soldiers. The Indian Army confirmed the number of martyred soldiers in Ladakh’s Galwan Valley. Now troops of Indian and Chinese army are heading towards a heated face-off. All this action has been happening in some disputed areas which are situated along the Line of Actual Control (LAC), in the province of Eastern Ladakh. The names of several martyred soldiers including officer, Col. Santosh Babu has been released by the Indian Army.

This news has created enough frenzy, both in the public and media alike. In fact, there are many netizens who are claiming that all the global disturbance among nations could result in the next World War. Yesterday #WorldWar3 was trending on Twitter.

Bollywood celebs have paid their heartfelt condolences towards the bereaved families on social media platforms like Twitter. 


Akshay Kumar tweeted, “Deeply saddened by the death of our bravehearts in #GalwanValley. We will forever be indebted to them for their invaluable service to the nation. My heartfelt condolences to their families”

Amitabh Bachchan wrote, “FB 2765 – …. ज़रा आँख में भर लो पानी ; जो शहीद हुए हैं उनकी , ज़रा याद करो क़ुर्बानी … they sacrificed their lives to protect our country , to keep us safe and secure. SALUTE Indian Army Officers and Jawans ! JAI HIND”

Vicky Kaushal tweeted, “I salute our bravehearts who fought courageously at the Galwan Valley and made the supreme sacrifice for the honour of our nation. My heartfelt condolences to their families. Jai Hind.” 

Sonu Sood tweeted, “Santosh babu.. you will remain in our hearts forever. Your sacrifice will never be forgotten. We Salute you and your family for what you did for our nation. #GalwanValley”

Neha Dhupia wrote, “Condolences to the families of the soldiers who laid their lives down in #Galwanvalley … we are indebted to these brave hearts for life … Jai hind.” 


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