Ink & inspiration: On Monday, during the fifth round of the Lok Sabha elections, a large number of Bollywood celebrities turned out to cast their ballots in Mumbai

Bollywood’s adored senior actor and former Lok Sabha MP from Bikaner, Dharmendra, was trailed by a phalanx of cameras on Monday morning as he walked calmly to the polls in Mumbai to cast his ballot. Hema Malini, who is running for a third term as a Mathura MP, went to another polling place to cast her ballot. Actress Esha Deol, her daughter, accompanied her.

Obedient to duty: Amitabh Bachchan

Bollywood star Amitabh Bachchan and his wife, Jaya, a Rajya Sabha MP, braved the sweltering Mumbai heat on Monday afternoon to cast their votes. After returning from the Cannes Film Festival, his daughter-in-law, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, went to the same polling place to vote, but she came in separately to fulfill her civic obligation.

Examine the contenders: Hrithik Roshan

In addition to casting his ballot in the fifth round of the seven-phase Lok Sabha elections on Monday, actor Hrithik Roshan also encouraged voters to get educated. The Fighter actor gave a short interview to the media and delivered a crucial message after using a voting station in Mumbai to cast his ballot. “Know what you are voting for and study the candidates before you vote,” he said. Along with his mother Pinkie Roshan, sister Sunaina, and father, Rakesh Roshan, Hrithik appeared at the polls.

I completed it: Anish Kapoor

Anil Kapoor, an actor, went out to vote as well. “Every Indian should cast a ballot,” he said.

Choose the destiny of the nation: Randeep Hooda

Actor Randeep Hooda said that the people have the ability to choose the destiny of their nation via voting in Mumbai. Voting gives you the power to choose both your own and your nation’s destiny in a democracy. Voting is required.Take part in this democratic celebration by casting your ballot, added Randeep.

Strong presences from Deepika and Ranveer

Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh, who are about to become parents, also went out to vote. The power couple from Bollywood, dressed in white, exuded happiness as they walked up to the Mumbai voting booth.

Act appropriately, Shah Rukh Khan

Shah Rukh Khan voted in Mumbai along with his manager Pooja Dadlani, his wife Gauri Khan, and their older son Aryan Khan. He had earlier written on X, “This Monday in Maharashtra, we as responsible Indian citizens must exercise our right to vote.” Let’s vote with the greatest interests of our nation in mind, as is our obligation as Indians.

Actors Manoj Bajpayee, Vidya Balan, R. Madhavan, Anupam Kher, Varun Dhawan, and others were among those who voted.

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