Lok Sabha Elections 2019: Govt of India Comes Up With a DDLJ Twist Urging Citizens to Cast Vote; Check 5 Other Bollywood-Inspired Tweets

Madhurima Sarkar
Since, it is the festival of democracy, let us take a look at the fantastic creation of VoteKar campaigns that have a Bollywood twist.

India is gripped in the season of Lok Sabha Elections 2019 and the online campaigns initiated by the government of the country, is lit. No other word could well describe the creative style the Twitter account of My Government India is currently running. Be it the craze of Game of Thrones or themes of super-hit Bollywood films; the government is not leaving any stones unturned to ensure that the citizens of India caste their right to vote. On April 18, the nation is hosting the second phase polling for 95 parliamentary constituencies spread across 11 states and one union territories. Since, it is the festival of democracy, let us take a look at the fantastic creation of #VoteKar campaigns that have a Bollywood or rather everyone’s favourite DDLJ twist and are surely impressing the netizens. Just Married Couple Head to Udhampur Polling Station Straight From Wedding Ceremony to Cast Their Vote in Jammu and Kashmir. 

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The Lok Sabha Elections will be held in seven phases this year, and it is time to cast your valuable vote to elect the representative of your respective constituency. During Phase II of voting, My Government India’s twitter handle yet again came up with a Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge approach urging people to come out and vote. Quotes & Messages Urging Citizens to Participate in Lok Sabha Elections 2019. 

Getting inspired by the favourite Amresh Puri’s dialogue, My Gov India writes, “Ja Simran Ja...Vote deke aa...”

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Check out other times, when the Government of India came up with the accurate twist, urging people to vote.

An inspiring tale of an Indian voter

Bread Pakore ki Kasam

Let's Have Some Voting Doting

Jab Tak Hai Jaan, Jab Tak Hai Jaan

Sadda Vote

Of course, GOT Fever

Are you still lacking enough encouragement to cast your right to vote? Well, it is fine, if you are someone who has no interest in politics, but you get a vote. It is the opportunity to remind the politicians that they serve both the people who appreciate them and those who ignore them. Voting is your fundamental right; cast it to ensure that your valuable poll takes the country forward.