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From Chiranjeevi to Junior NTR and Allu Arjun: South Stars Vote in Telangana Elections 2023

The bustling city of Hyderabad has become a focal point for the convergence of South Indian stars, each keen on making their mark in the voting process. Junior NTR, accompanied by his wife Lakshmi Pranathi and mother Shalini Nandamuri, made a dignified entrance to the polling center. Similarly, megastar Chiranjeevi and the charismatic Rana Daggubati patiently queued up.

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By Prerit Chauhan
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From Chiranjeevi to Junior NTR and Allu Arjun: South Stars Vote in Telangana Elections 2023
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In the vibrant democratic tapestry of Telangana, a riveting electoral spectacle is currently unfolding as citizens exercise their right to vote for 119 crucial seats. A staggering 2290 candidates have thrown their hats into the ring, each vying for victory in a contest that began at the stroke of 7 am and will persist until 6 pm.

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Adding a touch of glamour to this democratic exercise are revered Telugu film luminaries, who, despite their celebrity status, actively participate in the electoral process. Figures such as Chiranjeevi, Rana Daggubati, Junior NTR, and SS Rajamouli have become the faces of civic responsibility, setting an example for the electorate by casting their votes alongside their families.


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The bustling city of Hyderabad has become a focal point for the convergence of South Indian stars, each keen on making their mark in the voting process. Junior NTR, accompanied by his wife Lakshmi Pranathi and mother Shalini Nandamuri, made a dignified entrance to the polling center. Similarly, megastar Chiranjeevi and the charismatic Rana Daggubati patiently queued up, demonstrating a commitment to fulfilling their electoral duties. Videos capturing these luminaries at the polling centers have emerged, providing a glimpse into the democratic fervor that permeates the region.


The acclaimed SS Rajamouli, known for his cinematic prowess, chose not only to cast his vote but also to express support for the symbolic act of using electronic ink. Accompanied by his wife, Rama Rajamouli, the renowned film producer shared a selfie on social media, proudly displaying the indelible mark of democracy. In a caption accompanying the post, Rajamouli urged others to follow suit, proclaiming, "We voted! Did you? Be a proud voter."

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Not to be outdone, Academy Award-winning musician and Padma Shri awardee MM Keeravani lent his voice not only to music but also to the democratic chorus. After exercising his voting right, Keeravani addressed the media outside the polling center, emphasizing the gravity of utilizing voting rights and debunking any notion that Election Day is merely a day off. His impassioned plea resonated with the public, underscoring the importance of each individual's contribution to the democratic process.


The charismatic Allu Arjun, a powerhouse in the Telugu film industry, graced the Jubilee Hills region in Hyderabad with his presence, standing in line at the polling center to cast his vote. Utilizing his vast social media platform, Arjun encouraged citizens to exercise their voting rights, sharing a photo proudly displaying the electoral ink. His succinct message echoed a profound sentiment: "Cast your vote."

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