Statutory warning on cigarette packets has done little to prevent addicted people from practicing this deadly habit, which leads to cancer and many other respiratory diseases.
Although many consider celebrities as their role models, they should not imitate their bad habits.
Many Bollywood celebs, including Shah Rukh Khan, Sanjay Dutt, Ranbir Kapoor, Ajay Devgn and others have confessed that they are chain smokers.
Check out the chain smokers of Bollywood below:
Shah Rukh Khan
The Bollywood "Badshah" has confessed that he is a chain smoker. He was also fined several times for smoking in public places. However, at the press conference of his upcoming TV game show "'India Poochega - Sabse Shaana Kaun", he mentioned that smoking is a bad habit and he will give it up as soon as possible.
The "Munna Bhai MBBS" actor is known for his smoking and drug addiction problems. Despite many attempts, the actor could not quit smoking.
The Bollywood heartthrob was caught smoking in public places many times and even invited legal troubles after he failed to attend a court hearing.
Even after trying several times, the "Action Jackson" actor could not quit smoking. He was also fined a couple of times for smoking in public areas.
Kajol's sister Tanishaa was also spotted with a cigarette packet while she was attending the controversial show "Bigg Boss 7".
The veteran actress, who is also Kajol's mom, was spotted smoking while she was attending a charity event for children. She had also reportedly tried to quit the habit many times.
In an interview, Rani Mukerji had revealed that smoking in the morning helps rid her of her digestion issues, according to TOI.
The former Miss Universe is also reportedly addicted to smoking. She reportedly tried to call it quits many times.
However, other stars like Salman Khan, Hrithik Roshan, Aamir Khan, Saif Ali Khan, Konkana Sen, Fardeen Khan and Vivek Oberoi have already quit smoking.
"I thought smoking was cool. Actually I was a big fool. After that I quit smoking and by God's grace, I have never gone back to smoking," said Vivek, who is now World Health Organisation anti-tobacco spokesperson, according to IBNLive.