Bollywood celebs reply to PM Narendra Modi’s request to increase voting awareness

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Bollywood celebs reply to PM Narendra Modi's request to increase voting awareness

Bollywood celebs reply to PM Narendra Modi’s request to increase voting awareness

Just minutes after Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted to the biggest of Bollywood celebrities urging them to increase voter awareness and participation in the coming Lok Sabha elections, many of them have started to respond to PM Modi’s request.

Karan Johar took to Twitter and responded to PM Modi’s Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham-twist request and said that as a fraternity, the film industry is dedicated to the cause of creating high voter awareness. He went on to add that they will put in the best of their efforts to increase the awareness and communicate the power of voting for a democratic nation

His tweet read, “Honourable Prime Minister @narendramodi, we as a fraternity are dedicated to the cause of creating high voter awareness and will make sure every endeavour is made to communicate the power of voting for a solid and Democratic INDIA! Jai Hind!”



While Akshay Kumar, who was tweeted to Toilet Ek Premkatha-touch request to urge citizens’ participation in the upcoming elections, also responded. As a nod to PM Modi’s appeal, Akshay shared that the voting has to be a “superhit prem katha” between the nation and its voters. He also added that it’s the people’s participation in the electoral process that makes for a true hallmark of a democracy.

https://twitter.com/akshaykumar/status/1105706905391980544

AR Rahman responded to PM Modi’s tweet saying, “We will ji ..Thank you.”

https://twitter.com/arrahman/status/1105706425093840897

PM Modi also sent out personalised messages to the biggies of the film industry including Mohanlal, Nagarjuna Akkineni, Ranveer Singh, Shah Rukh Khan, Amitabh Bachchan, Varun Dhawan, Vicky Kaushal, Deepika Padukone, Alia Bhatt, Anushka Sharma, Ayushmann Khurrana, Bhumi Pednekar, Salman Khan, Aamir Khan and Lata Mangeshkar among others.

Source: Times Now News