Shah Rukh Khan and his wife Gauri voted alongside with other celebrities in Mumbai this day. (PTI)
Bollywood celebrities and smartly-known personalities voted in Mumbai, India’s financial and entertainment capital, within the fourth section of the Lok Sabha elections this day. Celeb Shah Rukh Khan and his wife Gauri were amongst the celebs who came out to vote. Accompanying the couple, was once their 5-one year-feeble son AbRam, who the actor said he introduced alongside to trip the difference between “balloting” and “boating”.
“The newborn was once fairly puzzled between ‘boating’ and ‘balloting’, so took him alongside to trip the difference,” Shah Rukh Khan tweeted this day alongside with a characterize of his household.
Toddler was once fairly puzzled between ‘Boating’ and Voting, so took him alongside to trip the difference.pic.twitter.com/8X6DsTP8bc
– Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk)April 29, 2019
Shah Rukh Khan solid his vote from the Mumbai North constituency. Actor Priyanka Chopra, Congress candidate from Mumbai North and actor-grew to was politician Urmila Matondkar, Amitabh Bachchan, Ranveer Singh, Deepika Padukone, Aamir Khan, Rekha and Madhuri Dixit Nene were amongstthe celebrities who moreover voted.
The fourth section of the Lok Sabha elections will undercover agent a fight between political giants in three of Mumbai’s six parliamentary constituencies. Excessive-profile candidates like Priya Dutt, Urmila Matondkar, Milind Deora and Poonam Mahajan competed for the votes of 96 lakh individuals.
Mumbai’s most keenly-watched fight was once within the Mumbai North constituency, with actor Urmila Matondkar making her political debut and going by BJP’s sitting parliamentarian Gopal Shetty.
Maharashtra completes its four-phased polling for the ongoing Lok Sabha elections this day. The implications would perhaps be launched on Might presumably perchance well moreover 23.
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