Feb 18, 2020

Twitter Reactions on Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Death 27 July 2015


Former Indian President Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam died yesterday on 27 July 2015 at the age of 83 due to a heart attack. Bollywood celebs, sports stars, politicians mourns at this mishap and we are bringing you all the live Twitter reactions of all these famous personalities on the loss of such a valuable soul :-

Bollywood Celebrities reactions on APJ Abdul Kalam Death

Alia Bhatt :- “Dream, dream, dream.. Dreams transform into thoughts and thoughts result in action.” – Dr APJ Abdul Kalam. RIP

Ajay Devgn :- Sad to hear about the loss of our only peoples president – Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam. Big loss to not just our nation but the whole world.

Sonakshi Sinha :- Sad news. First the #GurdaspurAttack and then we lose one of the most loved indians of all time. RIPAbdulKalam sir.

Priyanka Chopra :- They say Good & Great r seldom in the same man. Dr Kalam was the epitome of both.A big loss for India. May his beautiful soul Rest in Peace.

Sidharth Malhotra :- Sad to hear about the death of our former president Dr.APJ Abdul respect AbdulKalam

Politicians reactions on APJ Abdul Kalam Death

PM Narendra Modi :- India mourns the loss of a great scientist, a wonderful President & above all an inspiring individual. RIP Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam.

President Pranab Mukherjee :- The passing away of former President of India, Bharat Ratna Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam is a deep personal loss for me PresidentMukherjee

Sports Persons reactions on APJ Abdul Kalam Death

Sachin Tendulkar :- Former President of India, a renowned scientist, an inspiration to all, a terrific human being…RIP Dr. Abdul Kalam

Virat Kohli :- A role model for so many, a visionary leader and a person with an indomitable spirit, RIP APJ Abdul Kalam Sir.

Arjun Grover

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