Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Bollywood Latest Gossips News – Voting by bold actors actresses

Bollywood gets its fingernails polished with election dots.

Bollywood turned up in big numbers to vote in the assembly polls.

All three Khans—Shahrukh, Salman, Aamir—were there.

While SRK spoke about cleanliness, infrastructure and the economy, and Salman voted for “prosperity,” Aamir wanted, “a leader who does not rule on the basis of caste or creed.”

Amitabh and Jaya Bachchan voted in Juhu, but Abhi and Ash could not as because busy at shooting with Mani Ratnam.Samajwadi party leader Sanjay Dutt came with wife Manyata.

“Whoever wins should fulfil all promises,” said Munnabhai. Manyata, though, said she was only voting to exercise her fundamental right but had no expectations because, “they are never fulfilled.”
Khiladi Kumar Akshay was registered as a voter two stations. “I voted at Lokhandwala since my ration card has that address. But I have a house in Juhu too,” clarified Kumar.

As always, John Abraham was one of the first actors to vote. John stressed on the importance of better infrastructure in Mumbai. First-time voter Priyanka Chopra had to wait for over an hour at a Versova polling booth after the EVM collapsed.

“Since I’m young, I want the new government to be youth focused,” said Chopra.
Director Karan Johar had to make two trips to the polling booth after he was sent back for not carrying a voting slip. “Infrastructure, slum rehab and citizen protection against civil and criminal injustice should be the core issues,” said Johar.

Among those who didn’t show up were Saif Ali Khan, Kareena Kapoor, Ranbir Kapoor, Arjun Rampal, Kajol, Ajay Devgan, Yash Chopra, Sunny Deol, Bobby Deol and Preity Zinta.

Show goes on: While the entire city shut down for polls, shootings of popular TV serials Uttaran, Sajan Ghar Jana Hai, a Balaji serial and one ad film were on at Film City.

Justifying the shoots, Vithal Rathod of Film City said that permissions to shoot on Tuesday were granted a long time ago. “But offices were closed,” Rathod said.

Dinesh Chaturvedi, general secretary of the Federation of Western India Cine Employees was in no mood for excuses. “If the government forced hotels, malls and multiplexes to shut down, how were they okay with this?” he asked.

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