After Shah Rukh Khan, Karan Johar's 'Vote Kar India' Clarion Call This Lok Sabha Elections Can't Be Missed. Read Here


Here's what Karan Johar wrote for 'Vote Kar India'. Check it out -

Written By Chetna Kapoor | Mumbai | Updated On:

A few days back Shah Rukh Khan turned a rapper and recorded a rather interesting and creative 'Vote Kar India' video. The video was appreciated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi too.

READ | WATCH | Shah Rukh Khan Admits Being 'late' To Answer PM Modi's Clarion Call, Releases A 'creative' Video To Spread 'Vote For India' Awareness

And now, director and producer Karan Johar has come upfront to spread the awareness amid the ongoing Lok Sabha Elections. Posting a black and white picture, Karan Johar captioned the image saying: "“Bad officials are elected by good citizens who don’t vote.”George Jean Nathan

This elections, don’t just sit on the sidelines, take a stand... #VoteKaroIndia It’s our country and our future." [sic]

Here's the post -

Lot of Bollywood celebrities have spread the message for 'Vote Kar India' urging the first timers to cast their votes this election. Previously, actors like Aamir Khan, Akshay Kumar, Alia Bhatt, Ayushmann Khurrana, Vicky Kaushal among others, had also encouraged the citizens of the country to cast their vote in the Lok Sabha Elections. 

The details for the next phase of elections are below:

Phase 4:

Date for Scrutiny of nominations: April 2

Last date of polling: April 29

Date of counting: May 23

This phase will see 71 seats in 9 states going to polls:

  • Bihar - 5
  • Jammu and Kashmir - 1
  • Jharkhand  - 3
  • Madhya Pradesh  - 6
  • Maharashtra  - 17
  • Orissa - 6
  • Rajasthan - 13
  • Uttar Pradesh - 13
  • West Bengal - 8

On March 14, PM Modi had similarly urged many other prominent personalities of various fields like Amitabh Bachchan, Salman Khan, Aamir Khan, Ranveer Singh, Alia Bhatt and many others, and they carried forward PM’s message of ‘Vote for India’ strongly to their fans and followers. 

PM Narendra Modi reached out to prominent personalities from a wide spectrum of society soon after posting a blog in which he made “four requests for democracy”. This comes just two weeks ahead of the first phase of the Lok Sabha election. 

In his blog, PM Modi said the election is an “occasion for celebration” while asserting that “not voting causes great anguish”. 

“Would you want a situation where something happens in the country that you disapprove of and you are forced to think - because I did not go vote that day, this unfortunate situation has arisen and the nation is suffering,” read PM Modi’s latest blog. 


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