Akshay Kumar to Sunny Leone, Bollywood celebs who cannot vote in Lok Sabha election 2019
As stage four of the Lok Sabha Election 2019 is in progress, a few Bollywood big names were seen racing to poll stalls early Monday morning to practice their vote based right.
On-screen character Priyanka Chopra, Congress hopeful, and entertainer turned-legislator Urmila Matondkar, Bharatiya Janata Party administrator and on-screen character Paresh Rawal and prepared on-screen characters, Rekha and Madhuri Dixit were among the Bollywood celeb voters seen giving their votes a role as polling for 2019 General Elections started in every one of the six seats of the nation's monetary capital, Mumbai.
Be that as it may, there are numerous prevalent Bollywood VIPs who can't make their choice for reasons we will clarify underneath.
Akshay Kumar: He was one of the primary Bollywood big names labeled by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to ask individuals to take an interest in the 2019 Lok Sabha decisions. Notwithstanding, in spite of the fact that he was conceived in Punjab, the Kesari star can't give his vote a role as he holds a Canadian visa.
Alia Bhatt: The Gully Boy star holds a British international ID and thus can't cast a ballot in India.
Katrina Kaif: The well-known on-screen character venerated by millions in India is a British native and holds a UK visa.
Imran Khan: Aamir Khan's nephew, the entertainer Imran Khan, also can't cast a ballot in India as he holds an American visa.
Jacqueline Fernandez: The Race 3 star frequently sets beats of Indians hustling with her glitz Bollywood appearances – yet she isn't Indian. The Bahrain-conceived Jacqueline Fernandez's dad is Sri Lankan and her mom is of Malaysian drop.
Sunny Leone: Born Karenjit Kaur, Sunny holds a Canadian international ID and henceforth can't make her choice in 2019 Lok Sabha Elections.