Election 2017: From Hema Malini to Kunal Kohli here’s what Bollywood celebs said
Our Bollywood celebrities are thrilled for BJP’s clean sweep in in the Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand assembly elections, and have come forward to extend their warm wishes to the ruling party.
Strong supporters of BJP Lata Mangeshkar and Hema Malini expressed their happiness on BJP’s historic win. Music composer Vishal Dadlani, who is a strong supporter of AAP said the fight for a better India must continue.
Have a look at what B-town stars had to say about Election 2017
Namaskar. Aadarniya Narendra Modi-ji , Amit Shah-ji aur BJP ke sabhi karyakartaon ko is shaandaar jeet ki bahut badhaai.
Modiji's unquestioned leadership, strong decision making and personal charisma combined with Amit Shahji's planned strategy have contributed to victory. When I went on the campaign trail, thousands came to the meetings -- there was a total Modi surge, demand for 'vikaas' everywhere and hope that only BJP can deliver.
There cannot be a better birthday gift then such a fabulous mandate. Congratulations and Happy Birthday Amarinder Singh. Punjab. Election 2017.
Modi sweeps India. invincible... Bravo. Victory of Modi is victory of the poor. Victory of the masses. Hail Modi.
Congratulations, Narendra Modi and Amit Shah. I expected a strong BJP showing in UP, but this is above and beyond even that. No competition.
Neither defeat nor victory change the objective, or the reason for the struggle. We just have to keep working for a better India... Elections come and go. India is forever, India is not any party. India is all of us, together.
What a win for BJP in Uttar Pradesh! Many did not see writing on the wall. 2019 is sealed... Here's hoping this sweep is good for the country. The victory for BJP is great but it is a pity that a decent opposition is non-existent. Does not bode well.
Regulation not control. Efficiency not corruption. Respect not division. Art not propaganda. Governance not dictatorship. Peace not hatred... Regional parties are getting defunct. People are voting for national parties and more importantly voting for a national leader.
Time to review the parliamentary system and to perhaps move towards presidential system. I think the media's predictions went wrong because they've continued to overestimate the complexity of the electorate. Times have changed.
Biggest loser in all elections? Exit polls. 650 seats in 4 states were counted faster than 40 seats in Goa. What's The Rush. I love Goa. Goa is chilled.
(With IANS Inputs)