The celebrities took to Twitter to share their views on Gandhi, whose birth anniversary on October 2 is also celebrated as the International Day of Non-Violence all over the world.
Here's what they have tweeted:
Shekhar Kapur: Gandhiji understood grassroots India better than most. He always maintained India needed to grow from grassroots upwards, not top downwards #GandhiJayanti.
Arjun Kapoor: Father of the nation. Creator of harmony. Preacher of simplicity. You will always be remembered! #GandhiJayanti.
Sonali Bendre: This Gandhi Jayanti let's honour his core values of compassion, non-violence, humility and forgiveness.
Saqib Saleem: To the father who taught us not to lose faith in humanity. Happy #GandhiJayanti.
Huma Qureshi: May we remember all that he said and stood for.
Aayush Sharma: Once in a thousand years, a few great people walk the face of the earth and leave their mark forever. Mahatma Gandhi was one of them. Happy #GandhiJayanti
Jackky Bhagnani: "In doing something, do it with love or never do it at all." #MahatmaGandhi #GandhiJayanti
Sophie Choudry: Remembering Gandhiji on his 150th birth anniversary. A true messenger of peace, love, compassion. The father of our nation. May we all do our bit to follow in his path so that the world could be a more peaceful, thoughtful, kind place #GandhiJayanti.