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The spirit of Independence Day compelled celebrities to tweet their feelings about Pakistan.

Express August 14, 2010

The spirit of Independence Day compelled celebrities to tweet their feelings about Pakistan, with some feeling nostalgic while others blamed politicians or mourned the loss of lives in the floods.

Pakistanis are not the only ones concerned about the natural disaster. Jordan’s Queen Rania alAbdullah is urging her fans across the globe to help out the victims

In Bollywood, veteran actor Anupam Kher is trying to pursue funnyman Govinda to join the celebrity bandwagon on the micro-blogging website.

Queen Rania Al Abdullah

Dire needs in Pakistan for flood affected children. Please help these children.

Atiqa Odho

Pakistan is drowning. Where are our leaders?

Fatima Bhutto

National Disaster Management Authority says the floods are the worst disaster in Pakistan’s young history.

Ali Zafar

According to the UN, the floods in Pakistan are more disastrous than the 2004 tsunami and 2010 Haiti earthquake. Please donate if you can.

Jemima Khan

The international community has committed funding that works out at just over $3 per flood affected person.

Ashton Kutcher

There should be a word that defines that feeling of coming home after being gone for a while. It’s so nice.

Jay Sean

Today’s thought: Always try find the humour in life, especially when things seems the hardest ... nothing like a good laugh to lift your spirit

Justin Bieber

Hate is a funny thing. Can’t really let it get to you. Just need to laugh and let it entertain you. It’s actually pretty funny that way. Hi haters.

Shah Rukh Khan

Some people write about mindless films. There are no mindful or mindless films. There are only soulful and soulless ones ... mind it!

Published in The Express Tribune, August 15th, 2010.


shy | 11 years ago | Reply Where are our political leaders and mna and Mpa?
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