They took to Twitter to express their views on the latest polling results and AAP's master stroke. This is what they have to say:
Madhur Bhandarkar: AAP has given a hit like a Bollywood underdog film with no star cast, but an interesting promo, AAP has given a hit! Like in films, in politics too, you never know!.
Preity Zinta: And the best debut award goes to Arvind Kejriwal and the AAP! Must confess its inspiring to see these results. Here's to new beginnings. Now work begins for AAP. I sincerely hope they move forward and form a government with BJP (Bharatiya Janata Party) in Delhi and not take a step back and have a re-election! AAP is a perfect example of how hard work and good intent will find a way to win.
Vishal Dadlani: Arvind Kejriwal I am just happy and proud to be part of the Aam Aadmi Party movement and of a time that will define India's future!
Ronnie Screwvala: Good step by AAP to consider re-elections - shows test of ideology and also a very smart move, as now it may go to the next level!
Chetan Bhagat: Morally AAP victory. BJP can ask for whatever conditions AAP may have and offer unconditional support. We will get to see what AAP can do.
Soni Razdan: AAP could be the best thing to happen to India in a long time.
Shirish Kunder: AAP aaye baahar aayi - Sheila Dikshit.
--IANS (Posted on 10-12-2013)