The festival of harvest—Baisakhi or Vaisakhi saw a number of Bollywood celebrities taking to Twitter for wishing their fans and followers. The festival also falls on the same day as Pohela Boishakh, the Bengali New Year or Bohag Bihu of Assam or Puthandu, the Tamil New Year. Here's what the B-Town stars had to say:
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With the year 2014 gone by and new year ushered in, several Bollywood celebrities took to micro-blogging site Twitter to extend their warm greetings. From megastar Amitabh Bachchan to 'khiladi' Akshay Kumar—all decided to be active on the social media platform for directly wishing their fans and followers. Let's take a look at what these stars posted: