'Raajneeti' star Ranbir Kapoor appeals to the country's youth to exercise their voting rights to bring about the desired changes in the country, ahead of the Lok Sabha elections, starting April 7.
"I think it is very important that the youth of the country
votes. If they want a change in the country, then they have to
vote," Ranbir said here Tuesday at the red carpet of Mijwan Fashion
"Unless they put their mind into who they want to represent
their country, they can't expect a change in the country," added
the actor, currently shooting for Anurag Kashyap's Bombay
The 31-year-old further said that the country's youth could turn
into a vehicle of change by casting their votes.
"We always keep on complaining about many issues in the country
this or that not happening... but I think if you (country's youth)
take the responsibility and you become the change in the world you
want to see, then everything will go good," the actor said.
Though he is not endorsing any party, Ranbir Kapoor is following his senior actor Aamir Khan in endorsing about voting rights, even though Ranbir Kapoor's Bombay Velvet a much-awaited film had a clash in release date with Aamir's Peekay.