Akshay stood in the queue, Rajkumar-Janhvi also cast their vote, appealed to the people to vote

Ronit Kawale
Ronit Kawale - Senior Editor
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Lok Sabha elections are going on in the country. In the fifth phase, voting is going on today on 49 seats in 6 states and two union territories. In Mumbai, Maharashtra, well-known Bollywood celebrities are coming out of their homes and standing in line at the polling booth to exercise their franchise. Early in the morning, Akshay Kumar was seen standing in line and casting his vote. Janhvi Kapoor and Rajkumar Rao also came to cast their vote. Apart from these, other stars including Sanya Malhotra are also slowly reaching the polling booth. Akshay Kumar got Indian citizenship just a few days ago. He reached there early in the morning to cast his vote. Like common people, they stood in line and exercised their franchise. Akshay said, 'May my India remain strong. Keeping this in mind, I voted.

Junaid and Aira Khan

Aamir Khan's two children Junaid and Ayra Khan came to cast their vote.

Farhan Akhtar and Zoya Akhtar cast their vote with their mother

Actor Farhan Akhtar, his director sister Zoya Akhtar and mother Honey Irani also reached the polling booth. Coming out, he also showed the blue mark on his finger. The electoral ink mark is a symbol of democratic values ​​in India.

For the first time after getting Indian citizenship, Akshay Kumar, not from Canada, cast his vote, said – my country should become developed.

Janhvi Kapoor and Rajkumar Rao

Janhvi Kapoor and Rajkumar Rao also reached the polling booth early in the morning. After casting her vote, Janhvi also posed for the paparazzi. Jhanvi was looking very good in pink suit. Rajkumar Rao said, 'We all want our country to progress and shine. It is already shining. May it continue to progress like this in the times to come. It is known that Rajkumar and Janhvi's film 'Mr. And 'Mrs. Mahi' is releasing in theaters on May 31.

Sanya Malhotra cast her vote

Nikhil Advani and Kunal Kohli

Kunal Kohli and Nikhil Advani

Shubha Khote said- I voted for the right candidate

Veteran actress Shubha Khote cast her vote at the polling booth. He said, 'I have voted for the right candidate. I did not choose to vote at home and voted here, so that people get inspired and come out and vote…

Paresh Rawal appealed to vote

Paresh Rawal said, 'The government does not do this, does not do that…If you do not vote today then you are responsible for this. The one who did not vote is responsible. And the government is not responsible.

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