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Notre Dame Cathedral fire | History in Ashes- Bollywood REACTS

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Notre Dame Cathedral fire | History in Ashes- Bollywood REACTS

Notre Dame Cathedral fire | History in Ashes- Bollywood REACTS

As the news of a fire at the Notre Dame broke out, Bollywood celebrities like Rishi Kapoor, Swara Bhasker and Arjun Kapoor among many others took to social media to voice their heartache on seeing the iconic cathedral in flames.

A devastating fire that engulfed the Notre Dame, the 850-year-old Unesco world heritage landmark in Paris, was brought under control on Tuesday morning, while the Cathedral's main structure as well as its two towers has been saved.

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