Shocked by the killing of six innocent Sikhs at a US gurdwara yesterday, the Hindi film industry has condemned the gruesome act. Bollywood actors like Amitabh Bachchan, Anupam Kher and Shabana Azmi have taken to Twitter to express their grief and condolences after an unidentified gunman shot six Sikhs who came for Sunday prayers at a gurdwara in suburban Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The killer was also shot dead by the police. Megastar Big B wrote, What is happening in US? Another shooting of innocents! And inside a temple, a gurdwara! Pained and shocked beyond words. Prayers for those affected. Expressing a similar sentiment, Kher said, Attack and killing of innocent people in a gurdwara in America is a sad and cowardly act. My heartfelt condolence to the families of victims. Whereas Azmi tweeted, We condemn the loss of innocent lives at Sikh gurdwara, Wisconsin and pray for the swift recovery of injured. When will this madness end? Attacks at houses of worship (Wisconsin) must be condemned by all. This type of crime strikes at the very foundation of religious freedom. Pooja Bedi posted, Shocked and saddened by the shootout at Milwaukee gurdwara! Strength to victims' families. I hope his sentencing is severe and swifter than Kasab's!. This is the second massacre after the Colorado shooting in which 12 people were killed by a 24-year-old young man at the premiere of The Dark Knight Rises on July 20.