Bollywood celebrities shared their candid pictures on social media, to urge fans to practice their democratic right, to Vote and chose the right candid to run the country.
Indian population's reliance on Bollywood stars for inspiration and motivation to get things done in life runs deeper than we realize, but unfortunately, some of the biggest and popular names were missing when it comes to leading by example.
There are a few beloved Bollywood stars, who despite being loved, well followed and well recognised by fans, film fraternity and Indian government, wish to remain different nationality passport holders in India.
Here are some of the Names of most loved Bollywood actor, who aren’t Indian Nationals.
Akshay Kumar – He was born in Amritsar and regardless of all his overt show of patriotism, self-defence and putting Indian social issues on the forefornt, he will not be casting his vote because he holds a Canadian passport. He was one of the first Bollywood celebrities tagged by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to urge people to participate in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections.
Alia Bhatt – Popular and hardworking, Alia didn’t cast her vote this election because she holds a British passport. You may recall that Alia's mother, Soni Razdan is also a British citizen.
Katrina Kaif: The dazzling diva is adored by millions in India is a British citizen and holds a UK passport.
Imran Khan: Aamir Khan's nephew, actor Imran Khan, too cannot vote in India as he holds an American passport.
Jacqueline Fernandez: The Race 3 star often sets pulses of Indians racing with her glam Bollywood appearances – but she isn't Indian. The Bahrain-born Jacqueline Fernandez’s father is Sri Lankan and her mother is of Malaysian descent.
Sunny Leone: Born Karenjit Kaur, Sunny holds a Canadian passport and hence cannot cast her vote in 2019 Lok Sabha Elections