Bollywood votes early, asks people to vote
Here’s a list of celebrities who voted in some of the six Lok Sabha constituencies in India’s entertainment capital. And they took to Twitter to share their tryst with democracy:
Shah Rukh Khan: Most times I don’t even get to choose the channel I want to watch on tv. Today I have an opportunity to choose my country’s future. Awesome!
Juhi Chawla: Cast my vote in a general election for the first time! So happy to have done my duty. I voted for change!
Farhan Akhtar: I’ve cast my vote. Have you yet?
Preity Zinta: It’s time to stop complaining about the system and take action. Boys and girls either vote now or forever keep quiet!Dia Mirza: Thank you Khar Police and thank you EC for making it such a simple and convenient experience.
Madhur Bhandarkar: Just voted.
Anubhav Sinha: Mumbai you got to vote better. Get out of your homes. EC has done a fabulous job. I got out in five minutes flat.
Pooja Bhatt: Voted! Did you?
Shreya Ghoshal: I did my bit. To be a part of such a big change for my country is an overwhelming feeling.
Shilpa Shetty: Hey Tweetos every vote counts. Make yours count too. Be a responsible Indian.
John Abraham: I cast my vote. So must every Indian who is eligible. Be responsible.
Tanishaa Mukerji: I just voted. Please go vote people.
Kunal Kohli: Come on Mumbai show me your finger. I voted. Have you?
Goldie Behl: Have you voted yet? Go vote for development and reforms not for any religion or cast.
Rahul Bose: It’s done. 7:13 a.m.
Milind Soman: Dudes! Jai Hind!
Tisca Chopra: A messy mark that will hopefully lead to a cleaner country.
Neha Dhupia: I voted. Have you?
Mahesh Bhatt: Dawn is here. I am heading to cast my vote.
Sonam Kapoor: Vote, Jai Hind.
Satish Kaushik: Don’t forget to vote.
Riteish Deshmukh: I cast my vote on April 17 in Latur.
Gauri Shinde: Lots of people walking to polling booth. Nice feeling. Voted! Have you?
Amrita Arora: I rocked my vote! All done, I feel good. Come on Mumbai, get up and get out there.