Megastar Amitabh Bachchan posted, "A most happy Republic Day for 2014.."
Salman Khan, whose latest release 'Jai Ho!' talks about the power of a common man, tweeted, "This Republic Day, remember, you do not need to wear a uniform to serve the country. Jai Ho. Wish you a very happy republic day. JAI HO."
Shah Rukh, Priyanka Chopra and Anushka Sharma revisited their childhood days on the occasion.
"Parade on TV. Proud reminder of days mom and dad would take us with plastic water bottles and sandwiches to India Gate. Long live our Republic," SRK tweeted.
Priyanka wrote, "Happy republic day to all.. I used to look forward to this holiday so much in school.. March past.. Flag hoisting.. Taking a moment to remember."
"Happy republic day Indians! Missed the parade. Watched it every year while in school to wait for dad's regiment to march - garhwal rifle," posted Anushka.
Akshay Kumar wrote, "Wishing all Indians all over the world a Happy Republic Day. Jai Hind!"
'English Vinglish' star Sridevi tweeted, "Wishing all a very Happy Republic Day. Vande Mataram."
"Wish you a very happy 65th Repiblic Day. Vande Mataram. Jai Hind," melody queen Lata Mangeshkar wrote.
Screen diva Madhuri Dixit tweeted, "Happy Republic Day!"

Actor Anupam Kher wishes to be born in the country everytime.

Echoing the same as Kher, Shabana Azmi wrote, "India matters. Proud to be an Indian. Happy Republic day to fellow Indians. Let's work to make our great constitution a reality for all of us."
Director-actor Farhan Akhtar greeted people by posting a quote by Lebanese writer Khalil Gibran.
"Life without liberty is like a body without spirit. Happy republic Day," he wrote.
"Memories of those winter days in Delhi, huddled with friends and family, cheering for March Past and Floats passing by. Happy Republic Day," wrote Shekhar Kapur.


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