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PM Modi hits it out of the stadium: B-Town on Rs.500-Rs.1000 notes ban

Updated: Nov 09, 2016 10:42 IST

New Delhi [India], Nov.9(ANI): Gone are those days when people used to feel rich if they had Rs.500 and Rs.1000 notes in wallet!

PM Modi has taken the nation by storm with his decision to ban 500 and 1000 rupees notes to curb the flow of black money in market.

Last evening, the news spread like wild fire and social media flooded with messages where majority supported PM's 'bold' decision.

If you are thinking what B-town celebs' take is on this announcement, check out their latest tweets:

- Karan Johar: "This is truly a masterstroke move!!!! @narendramodi hits it out of the stadium!!!!"

-Anushka Sharma : A welcome bold&courageous step by PM Modiji towards nation building.Each 1of us shld cooperate in d larger interest of d nation #BlackMoney'

-Arjun Kapoor: "Hoping we can all work in harmony to see out this change & it pays dividends to each & every citizen in the future. No more #BlackMoney !!!"

-Rishi Kapoor : "PM Modi ji. Ball out of the stadium. Wohaaaaaa!!!! De monetisation is the right answer. Congratulations!"

-Sonali Bendre: "Couldn't agree more!!! Historical move @narendramodi @PMOIndia it's a beginning of new India...Jai Hind"

- Bhumi Pednekar : "Brilliant brilliant brilliant @PMOIndia ,let's break corruption bit by bit No more Kala dhan or Mann #500And1000rupee"

-Suniel Shetty: "9/11 jab bhi aata hai hila dalta hai bhai...this 9/11 some will lose...many shall win! A powerful & brave decision indeed #RIP #BlackMoney"

-Riteish Deshmukh: "Bold move by PM @narendramodi ji as the #1000rs #500rs notes become invalid/redundant. #NewIndia" (ANI)

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