Mumbai, (ANI): Several Bollywood stars turned out to cast their votes for the Maharashtra State Assembly polls in Mumbai on Tuesday. The celebrities included Shahrukh Khan, Sanjay Dutt, Aamir Khan, Salman Khan, Rishi Kapoor, Madhur Bhandarkar, Nagma, Ranjeet among several others. Talking to reporters after casting his vote, Shahrukh Khan said that he wished that a single party would come to power at all the levels of the Government.
“I think at the MLA (Member of Legislative Assembly) level, Lok Sabha level, Rajya Sabha level, we should be giving power to one party, to one set of people who are unimpeded. So, that they can go ahead and deal with the issues clearly as in the country," Shahrukh Khan said. Actor-turned-politician Sanjay Dutt, who came out to vote with his wife Manyata Dutt, said that he just wanted the Government that will come in power to act upon its promises.
“I just wish everybody all the best. Whosoever wins, I mean, should work according to the promises they have given. The Government is formed after five years and usually lot of promises are not fulfilled. I just wish they work," Sanjay Dutt said. While, actor Aamir Khan turned up at the Bandra West polling booth with his wife Kiran Rao, and said that the new Government should give priority to agriculture, infrastructure and education.
“As far as our state is concerned I think agriculture and farmers are important aspects which we should be looking at. Education is another important aspect and definitely infrastructure," Aamir said.