Bollywood stars today took to Twitter to mourn the death of Steve Jobs, the computer visionary and co-founder of Apple. Jobs, who died yesterday at the age of 56 after a seven-year battle with pancreatic cancer, is the creator of iPad, iPhone and computer animation firm Pixar, makers of films like 'Toy Story' and 'Finding Nemo'. "Steve Job made a person like me too, feel a complete tech savvy.
That was the ease of his brilliant mind. Will miss his persona. RIP," Anupam Kher posted on Twitter.
"RIP Steve Jobs. The Man, The Visionary, The Creator & The Genius that gave the world the Apple Technology. May God be with you and your family, for my family & I have enjoyed your work for many years now. You opened so many doors and gave the world so much with your expertise. ThankYouSteve (sic)," Akshay Kumar posted. "Steve Jobs was a genius- RIP.
His work will live forever," Bipasha Basu posted on microblogging site. "RIP Steve Jobs. Those who dream change the world," Shahid Kapoor tweeted.
"Thank you Steve Jobs!!! RIP," said Abhishek Bachchan. "An APPLE with one 'BYTE' eaten out of it - will always be in front of me for the rest of my life. Thank you STEVE JOBS- RIP- your FAN (sic)," said Riteish Deshmukh.
"3 Apples changed the world 1st one seduced Eve, 2nd fell on Newton 3rd was offered to the world - half bitten by Steve Jobs (sic)," Celina Jaitly posted on her page.
"Thank you Steve Jobs for making our lives so much easier. Your vision and aesthetic will live on forever. RIP," Farhan Akhtar wrote.
"Innovation & technology have lost their greatest champion yet. RIP Steve Jobs," said Ranvir Shorey.
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