February 7, 2015 4:08:48 pm
Bollywood celebrities, taking a keen interest in Delhi elections, have urged fans to go out and vote for “change”.
Voting for 70-member Delhi assembly is underway in Delhi Saturday. Elections are taking place in Delhi after over a year, since the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) stepped down from office in February 2014 after ruling for 49 days.
While celebrities like Manoj Bajpayee, Preity Zinta and Nikhil Chinapa urged people of the national capital to go out in large numbers and exercise their fundamental right, some just hoped for cleaner and safer Delhi.
Here’s what they tweeted:
Hansal Mehta: Woke up after a late night shoot with renewed hope. It’s Delhi Election Day and I’m hopeful that #AAP will begin the process of change.
Mohit Chauhan: On way to #Delhi to #vote. Delhi exercise your right and come out in huge numbers to vote.
Nikhil Chinapa: Delhi peeps! I hope you’re voting today! Take a selfie with your finger and post it! #Elections2015.
Manoj Bajpayee: Good morning!shoot is going on smoothly in bareilly with the Co operation of administration and people .go Delhi vote in huge no.#DelhiVotes
Tisca Chopra: The person in this picture! “@harshitagrawal_: @tiscatime what’s yr gut feeling abt who is winning Delhi elections?”
Mika Singh: Ok guys my best wishes to @ArvindKejriwal and @thekiranbedi who so ever win I want my delhi should be safe and clean.
Preity Zinta: Hope everyone is going out to vote in Delhi today ? This is the most important day for the Capitol and all that live there. #DelhiElections
Shekhar Kapur: So did you guys go out and Vote yet? #DelhiVotes If not, don’t complain about the state of governance later.
Vivek Agnihotri: Delhi will prove today whether its addicted to inexperience and false promises of doles or it wants to break out and be part of a New world.
Tanuj Garg: Happy voting, Delhi. Sorry about the dry Saturday.
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