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From Virat’s heartfelt apology to Shah Rukh’s message, celebs tweet on Women's Day

B-town celebs took to Twitter to applaud the courage and strength possessed by women around the world.

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Updated: Mar 08, 2016, 04.11 PM IST
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B-town celebs took to Twitter to applaud the courage and strength possessed by women to mark the day.
B-town celebs took to Twitter to applaud the courage and strength possessed by women to mark the day.
MUMBAI: Superstar Shah Rukh Khan, Nandita Das, Kriti Sanon and Aditi Rao Hydari among others today paid tribute to the courage and strength of being a female on the occasion of International Women's Day.

"Often I wish I was a woman... Then realise I don't have enough guts, talent, sense of sacrifice, selfless love or beauty to be one. Thank you girls," wrote Shah Rukh on Twitter.





"Mother's #WomensDay wish to me "Strive to stay on course with grace, dignity and gentleness." #PowerOfLove #InternationalWomensDay2016," posted Dia Mirza.





Nandita wrote, "Happy #WomensDay! Not as a tokenism, but as a pledge, as a dream waiting to be realised for a more equal and compassionate world."





"When you are your biggest celebration every day is women's day... So....let's dance! #HappyInternationalWomensDay," wrote Aditi, who has shot for a dance video to mark the occasion.






Kriti said, "I absolutely love being a woman and I celebrate that every single day! P.S. When is Men's Day??"





Actor Sushant Singh Rajput remembered his mother and sisters.

"Everything I am,that's good in me is because of u my mother& u my lovely sisters..thanks for everything & I miss u maa. #InternationalWomensDay," he wrote.





Actress Jacqueline Fernandes dedicated Women's Day to the ladies in her life.

"I dedicate this #InternationalWomensDay to the most important women of my life. I love them the MOST. #MyPillars."





Abhishek Bachchan, meanwhile, said just a day to remember women is not enough. "Women's day. Really? REALLY!! You need a day to realise how important they are and show it? JUST-A-DAY?"





To the is post, filmmaker and his good friend Farah Khan replied, "I agree!! Don't patronise us plssss!!"


Virat Kohli took to Twitter to apologize to all women with a heartfelt message.


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