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'Choose The Country You Want! Go Vote!'

Last updated on: May 20, 2024 18:01 IST

As Mumbai went to the polls, Bollywood divas did their primary duty for the country and cast their votes.

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Janhvi Kapoor heads to the polling station early in the morning to do her duty.

Watch Janhvi exercise her right to vote.



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'Choose the country you want! Go Vote!' says Bipasha Basu.


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'I did my duty .... Your voice, your choice .... Go and vote. JAI HIND,' posts Malaika Arora.


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The Sanon sisters -- Kriti and Nupur.


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Kajol: 'Choosing our own government is a right we fought for years to get. Use ur power now. Vote! मुंबईकर लवकर vote-kar!'


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Sisters Bhumi and Samiksha Pednekar accompanied by their mum, Sumitra Hooda Pednekar.


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Plabita Borthakur.


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Kiara Advani times her Cannes outing so that she could vote.


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Zareen Khan.


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Aahana Kumra: 'Woke up in the wee hours. Got ready Stood in line Voted Now en route work! Just reminding everyone you can do it all! Those who aren't voting today, remember you have no right to complain about your neighbourhood, your infrastructure, your leaders or your government! Today is the day you exercise your constitutional right and make the right choice! Vote for your future! Vote for the right leaders! Go vote! Jai Hind.'


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Soha Ali Khan: 'The only exercise I'm doing today is exercising my right to vote! Your vote is your voice and your voice matters #vote #loksabhaelection2024.'


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Neha Dhupia: 'It's your chance to excercise your most important civic duty ! Your voice, your choice... step out and vote!'


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Tisca Chopra.


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Mithila Palkar: 'Vote wisely, friends. Be aware. Know what really needs to change and vote for the hopeful change makers. Vote, and hope that it counts!'


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Hina Khan: 'As a proud Indian citizen who believes in our democratic processes, I did my part. Exercising the most fundamental right we have as citizens is a unique feeling of belonging.

'I was extremely happy to see large numbers of people turning out and waiting in the queue patiently despite the crazy crazy humidity and heat of almost 40°C.

'Mumbai sure knows how to set the bar high.. I urge everyone once again to do your duty as an Indian and vote! It’s our right; it's our duty. Jai Hind, Jai Maharashtra.'


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Esha Deol goes to vote with her mum Hema Malini and asks, 'We did. What about you? Please step out & vote.'


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Dia Mirza votes with her mother Deepa Mirza and writes, 'Mother and daughter duty fulfilled. Jai Hind. Please cast your #VoteMumbai. It is our duty and our right. Every vote counts.'


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Raveena Tandon.


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'We all complain about the roads, we all have long discussions at dinner tables. Let's get down to business and exercise our most powerful right. PLEASE GO VOTE!' insists Saiyami Kher.


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Neha Kakkar.


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Tanishaa Mukerji, seen here with mum Tanuja: 'I just realised that my mother was born before 1947. She was born in an India that wasn't completely free. Still ruled by the British. She has seen our country become the largest democracy today and she is so proud to vote and luckily she has instilled that pride in me! So Go vote! Excercise your democratic right in the world's largest democracy!'


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Asha Bhosle.