TN Elections CEO Asked Actor Madhavan To Vote !! Here’s How The Actor Reacted !!

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As polling began for the Lok Sabha elections in Tamil Nadu yesterday, Rajinikanth, Kamal Haasan, Ajith, Suriya and Karthi were amongst the initial voters on Thursday. Moreover, as Rajini and Kamal reached at their respective polling booths, they attracted a lot of fan frenzy.

Rajinikanth was spotted at Chennai’s Stella Maris College as he came to cast his vote, whereas Ajith and Shalini voted at a polling booth in Thiruvanmiyur. Rajinikanth flew to Chennai to vote, taking a break from the shoot of his upcoming film Darbar in Mumbai.

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Many celebrities including Surya, Sivakarthikeyan, Madhavan asked their followers to do their rights through social media.  Madhavan earlier in his twitter account asked his Tamil followers to cast their vote.

Meanwhile Official twitter page of Tamilnadu elections asked Madhavan to go and vote for the Tamilnadu elections. They asked it in Maddy’s own film “Vikram Vedha” style. In their posts TN elections CEO said “You should have voted at this time” 

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On seeing this tweet Madhavan said “ILLe sir … Kalvale padaadinge.. Naa 29 th anniki Kandpaaaa vote Pooda thaan pooren.. Anniki thaan Mumbai le election…” (No sir, Don’t worry, I will vote on 29th for sure. That is when election takes place in Mumbai)

Almost six crore voters exercised their franchise in Tamil Nadu when the State votes for 38 Parliamentary constituencies and bypolls to 18 Assembly constituencies on Thursday.

It is essentially a fight between the AIADMK-led alliance which includes the BJP, PMK, and DMDK among others, and the Secular Democratic Front (SDF)-led DMK, along with the Congress, VCK, MDMK, and the Left parties.

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The Dhinakaran-led AMMK, Naam Thamilar Katchi, and actor-turned-politician Kamal Hassan’s MNM are also in the fray.

About 72 per cent of voters exercised their franchise during the 2nd phase of Lok Sabha polls in Tamil Nadu, the Election Commission announced during a press meet on Thursday. The Commission said the figure is tentative and might change.

 

 

 

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