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For B-Town, Obama brings in ‘cleanliness’ hope

Here's what the tinsel town expects out of Barack Obama's visit:

By: Press Trust of India | Mumbai |
January 25, 2015 6:36:32 pm
Bollywood celebrities like Dia Mirza and Shraddha Kapoor are hoping the trip will give an impetus to the cleanliness drive in India and more. Bollywood celebrities like Dia Mirza and Shraddha Kapoor are hoping the trip will give an impetus to the cleanliness drive in India and more.

US President Barack Obama is on three-day visit to India and Bollywood celebrities like Dia Mirza and Virr Das are hoping the trip will give an impetus to the cleanliness drive in India and more.

Barack Obama accompanied by his wife Michelle arrived here Sunday morning.

And here’s what the tinsel town expects out of his visit:

Dia Mirza: #Obamaji, please visit every mohalla, nukkad and hospital.#AllClean #WillWork #GreatExpectations #India

Virr Das: Dear Obama, could you visit Mumbai? Nothing political….just….we could really use the clean up! Aap aate ho, toh Ghar Saaf ho jata hai!

Shraddha Kapoor: Fingers and toes crossed for some serrrriously good plans for India! #ObamaInIndia

Sophie Choudry: They met, they smiled, they hugged… Here’s hoping much more than that is achieved on this historic trip! #ObamaInIndia #NamObama

Mallika Sherawat: Welcome President Obama #Obamavisit

Shirish Kunder: Wish Obama had landed in Kashmir. And expressed his desire to see Kanyakumari. We would have upgraded the whole country.

Pritish Nandy: A visit from Obama could have set right all our arterial roads in Mumbai, found permanent solutions for all our traffic mess. Example Delhi.

Mika Singh: I’m really missing @BarackObama as I’m in usa and he is in India. But bhaji da welcome hai India ch.. Thanx for coming to my country.

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