Starry Turnout For Assembly Polls; SRK-Gauri, Bebo, Phogat Sisters Among Celebs Who Got Inked
A Starry Twist
Polling for 90 seats of Haryana and 288 constituencies of Maharashtra kicked-off yesterday, and the celebrity turnout was spectacular.
From B-town celebrities to sports stars, several personalities like like Kareena Kapoor Khan, Shah Rukh Khan, Mahesh Bhupati and the Phogat sisters became the first few voters at the Assembly polls this year.
The counting of votes will begin on Thursday.
Here's a look at all the celebrities who made it to the polling booth.
Like Mother, Like Son
Actress Kareena Kapoor Khan was spotted at a polling booth in Bandra with her son Taimur Ali Khan. Dressed in a blue and white shirt, the 39-year-old walked hand-in-hand with her little one.
Earlier in May this year, when the Lok Sabha polls were on in full swing, Khan brought Taimur along to cast her vote.
A Couple That Votes Together
Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh, who will soon be celebrating their first wedding anniversary, also cast their vote at the Maharashtra Assembly polls on Monday.
While Padukone was clicked at a polling station after getting inked, Singh revealed the same through an Instagram story.
Actress-turned-MP Hema Malini also showed up to cast her vote on Monday. Dressed in a white salwar-kameez, the BJP MP from Mathura posed after getting inked.
Bachchans In Attendance
Actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and her actor husband Abhishek Bachchan were also clicked at the polling station on Monday.
Exercising A Franchise
'War' actor Hrithik Roshan was spotted at a polling station at Jamnabai Narsee school in Juhu on Monday. The 45-year-old wore a black t-shirt, white shirt and black cap.
Like Father, Like Son
'PM Narendra Modi' actor Vivek Oberoi and his father Suresh Oberoi were spotted at a polling booth in Mumbai on Monday. The father-son duo, who completemented each other in blue and white, posed proudly after getting inked.
Here Comes The MP
Actor-turned-MP Sunny Deol took his citizen responsibilities seriously on Monday. The BJP MP from Gurdaspur, in a black hoodie, was spotted at a polling station.
Back In Action
Actor Rishi Kapoor, who recently returned to India after receiving treatment in New York for an undisclosed health condition, took up his citizen responsibilities quite early on.
On Monday, the actor donned a simple blue shirt and stepped out to cast his vote. He took to Twitter to share a picture after getting inked and wrote, 'Exercised my franchise'.
In Shades Of Red
Actress-turned-politician Jaya Prada, who unsuccessfully contested the Lok Sabha polls on a BJP ticket earlier this year, also joined the list of celebrities who stepped out to cast their vote on Monday. Dressed in red, she posed proudly for the shutterbugs after getting inked.
The Leader We Want
'Kabir Singh' fame Shahid Kapoor turned a responsible citizen on Monday. The actor donned a turquoise hoodie and stepped out to cast his vote for the Maharashtra Assembly polls.
After getting inked, he shared a proud picture on Instagram urging fans to do the same.
Actress Urmila Matondkar, who dropped out of poll fray last month, stepped out on Monday to cast her vote. The former Congress candidate smiled for the shutterbugs after getting inked.
Here Comes The Bhaijaan Of B'wood
Actor Salman Khan was spotted at a polling station on Monday. The 'Dabangg' star sported a simple blue t-shirt while heading out to cast his vote.
Hands Held High
Actor Aamir Khan made his starry presence for the Maharashtra Assembly Polls with his director-wife Kiran Rao in tow.
The couple were dressed in casuals. While the 'PK' actor opted for a bottle green tee for the occasion, Mrs Khan looked bright in a yellow T-shirt.
Two To Tango
Former Team India skipper Dilip Vengsarkar, along with his wife Manali, get their fingers marked with indelible ink after casting vote in Mumbai.
While the cricketer opted for a basic T-shirt, Mrs Vengsarkar looked bright in a yellow kurta.
Director-lyricist Gulzar, film-maker Kunal Kohli and veteran actor Prem Chopra cast votes at a polling booth in Mumbai's Bandra (West).