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Bollywood Celebrities, Including SRK, Encourage Mumbai Voters to Exercise Their Rights

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As Mumbai gears up for Phase 5 polling in the Lok Sabha elections 2024, prominent Bollywood stars have taken to social media to urge citizens to cast their votes. Notable personalities such as Shah Rukh Khan, Salman Khan, Akshay Kumar, Shilpa Shetty, and Suniel Shetty have joined the chorus, emphasizing the importance of voter participation in Mumbai and other constituencies.

In a message shared online, Shah Rukh Khan called upon voters to fulfill their duty as responsible Indian citizens by exercising their right to vote in Maharashtra on Monday. “Let’s carry out our duty as Indians and vote keeping our country’s best interests in mind,” he urged.

Similarly, Salman Khan reiterated his commitment to voting on May 20 and encouraged others to do the same, stressing the significance of civic responsibility in upholding the nation’s integrity.

Akshay Kumar, through a video message, reminded Mumbaikars of the unique opportunity to choose their Lok Sabha MPs on May 20, urging them not to miss this chance to make their voices heard.

Echoing these sentiments, Suniel Shetty emphasized that voting is both a right and a responsibility, urging fellow Mumbaikars to exercise their franchise on the designated polling day.

Meanwhile, Shilpa Shetty Kundra, in a heartfelt appeal, called upon eligible voters to participate in the electoral process, emphasizing the significance of voting as a fundamental right.

Even music composer Vishal Dadlani, though he will be away from Mumbai over the weekend, expressed his commitment to returning in time to cast his vote, emphasizing the importance of holding leaders accountable through active participation in the democratic process.

As the Lok Sabha elections approach, these messages from Bollywood celebrities serve as a reminder of the power vested in each citizen to shape the future of the nation through the ballot box.