‘End of an era’: Bollywood celebs mourn demise of Queen Elizabeth II

Numerous celebs required to social networks to condole the passing away of the British queen

Bollywood superstars grieved the death of the longest-serving queen of the UK, Queen Elizabeth II, on social networks.

Queen Elizabeth II passed away on Thursday, aged 96.

” The Queen passed away quietly at Balmoral this mid-day. The King and also The Queen Accompaniment will certainly continue to be at Balmoral this night and also will certainly go back to London tomorrow,” the Royal Household claimed, in a declaration.

Quickly, netizens required to their particular social networks takes care of to grieve the death of the British queen, with celebs like Kareena Kapoor Khan, Neetu Kapoor, Shilpa Shetty, Sushmita Sen, Geeta Basra, Riteish Deshmukh and also several others calling it the ‘end of an age’.

Star Sushmita Sen required to her Instagram deal with and also published a photo of Queen Elizabeth II together with a note.

” What an extraordinary & & genuinely renowned life!!! She liked shades & & lived every color of it, in a solitary life time … The really personification of QUEEN!!! Relax in tranquility Queen Elizabeth ll.”

Requiring To her Instagram tales, Kareena Kapoor Khan went down a young image of Queen Elizabeth II with a heart emoji.

Anushka Sharma likewise published the very same image of Queen Elizabeth II, yet in black-white. She captioned the image, “Relax in Poise.”

Riteish Deshmukh likewise published an acknowledgement message on the death of Queen Elizabeth II. His Twitter message read:

” End of an age!! Via the most difficult times she never ever allowed obtained of her self-respect. Today is without a doubt an unfortunate day, acknowledgements to the family members and also individuals of UK. #QueenElizabethII.”

Star Shilpa Shetty likewise expanded her acknowledgement. She published a old image of herself with Queen Elizabeth II together with an inscription. She created:

” What an extremely motivating trip your life has actually been! It was an honour to have actually remained in such august firm. REMAINDER IN TRANQUILITY QUEEN ELIZABETH II.”

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