Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Shilpa Shetty, Anushka Sharma, Madhavan cast their vote

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While Abhishek and Jaya Bachchan and Rekha were among the early birds who cast their votes in the ongoing Maharashtra assembly elections, several other showbiz celebrities took to Twitter to share their selfies after casting their votes.

Take a look!
Shilpa Shetty
 
Shilpa Shetty shows off her inked finger.
Anushka Sharma and her family
 
Anushka Sharma tweets: 'My family and I just got inked !! Pls notice my camera shy brother who refused to be in the picture.'
Neha Dhupia
 
Neha Dhupia tweets an appeal: 'Come on guys , every vote counts... Go make a difference jus 30 mins left!'

Bhavna and Chunky Pandey
 
Chunky Pandey and wife Bhavna stick out their fingers.


 
Uttaran actress Rishina Kandhari shared a picture with Rediff.com's Rajul Hegde, right after she cast her vote.

"I value my right to vote.

"When we vote, we are actually telling lawmakers how we feel about education, public safety, health care, and social security.

"We should all remember that there is strength in numbers. When we vote and get our friends and family members to do the same, we can truly make a difference," she said.
Meghna Malik
 
Television actress Meghna Malik, who plays the high-handed ammaji of Na Aana Is Des Laado, votes.

 
Actor-producer Riteish Deshmukh shared a picture of him flaunting his inked finger.
 
Actor R Madhavan was accompanied by wife Sarita Birje.

He wrote, "Citizen duty done early."
 
Pooja Bedi posed for a selfie with her Voter's ID and posted, "Voted!!!! & I urge ALL of u in Maharashtra & Haryana to vote:) your vote is your right.. & it DOES MAKE A DIFFERENCE!"
 
Television actress Sumona Chakravarti urged her fans to 'go get inked.'
 
Rahul Bose also ventured out to cast his vote.
 
Actor Karan Grover posted a pouting selfie.

"Ek ungli duniya badal sakti hai..  Plz go vote," he shared.
 
The hunky Sidharth Shukla wrote, "#MaharashtraElections Go vote Mumbai I just did #GetInked"
Actor Sunil Kaul, who was recently seen in Haider, was joined by his brother as he ventured out to cast his vote.

"I feel proud to be part of this amazing democracy called India. I have received abundantly from my country and the least I can do is to exercise my right to vote and help elect representatives who not only have the intent to take my motherland to great heights, but the vision and ability to do so well," he said.

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