TV stars Kapil Sharma, Divyanka Tripathi, Arjun Bijlani react to the Rs 500/1000 notes ban

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The world of Indian television has been taken by a storm. Yes, we are talking about the same storm that hit everyone last night after Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced in his speech that all Rs 500/1000 notes will be considered invalid as currency notes.
Indian television stars immediately took to social media to express their own opinion on the subject.

Comedy genius Kapil Sharma, who had not been active on Twitter ever since the illegal construction controversy, tweeted last night applauding the Prime Minister's move.


"Have never seen such long lines in front of ATM machines before…we r very proud of u sir @narendramodi #saynotoblackmoney."
Pardes Mein Hai Mera Dil actor Arjun Bijlani also took to the social networking site to applaud Modi government's decision. Here's what he wrote:

Arjun Bijlani ✔ @Thearjunbijlani
Salute to u @narendramodi sir.check mate .ache din aa Gaye.#welovemodi .let this hash tag trend.
9:50 PM - 8 Nov 2016 · Mumbai, India, India


"Salute to u @narendramodi sir. Check mate. Ache din aa gaye. #welovemodi. Let this hash tag trend."
Yeh Hai Mohabbatein actress Divyanka Tripathi Dahiya also seemed quite positive about the 'change'.


She posted a picture of herself on Instagram and wrote, "While #India is stressed out counting 500s and 1000s... I say #AcchheDin aane wale hain. #KeepCalm and #EnjoyTheChange."
Well, looks like Indian television stars are quite happy about the Rs 500/1000 notes ban.
 
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