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Bollywood stars turn out to vote

Sonam Kapoor shows off her inked finger after casting her vote
BOLLYWOOD stars including Rekha, Vidya Balan, Aamir Khan and Sonam Kapoor were among the early voters while many celebrities took to Twitter to flaunt their fingers and to tell their fans to get inked as Mumbai went to the polls on Thursday (April 24). Actress Vidya Balan was one of the first Bollywood celebrities to cast her vote. Balan, who now lives in subur...




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