From Rajinikanth to Kangana Ranaut, shockingly bold celebrities set to attend PM Narendra Modi’s swearing-in ceremony

This shall be the Prime Minister’s third swearing-in ceremony after 2014 and 2019
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s swearing-in ceremony is all set to happen today. This shall be his third swearing-in ceremony after 2014 and 2019. And from Rajinikanth to Kangana Ranaut to Hema Malini, quite a few actors are likely to attend the same.

Indian film stars shone brightly in the 2024 Lok Sabha elections with voters showing their trust in newcomers Kangana Ranaut and Arun Govil as well as returning MPs Hema Malini, Manoj Tiwari, and Ravi Kishan.

The country went to the polls from April 19 to June 1 in seven phases to elect the 543 members of the 18th Lok Sabha. Assembly elections were also held simultaneously in Andhra Pradesh, Arunachal Pradesh, Odisha, and Sikkim. The counting of votes took place on Tuesday.

In her first election, Ranaut defeated her rival, Congress’ Vikramaditya Singh by 74,755 votes in Himachal Pradesh’s Mandi. She polled 5,37,002 votes against 4,62,267 votes polled to King of erstwhile Rampur state, who is also the sitting state Public Works Minister and son of six-time chief minister Virbhadra Singh and state Congress chief Pratibha Singh.

Hema Malini was elected for a straight third term in Lok Sabha from Mathura (Uttar Pradesh) by securing 5,10,064 votes against her nearest rival, Mukesh Dhangar of the Congress, whose vote count of 2,93,407 votes.

Tiwari, a former Bhojpuri cinema star and BJP’s candidate from North East Delhi, trounced Congress rival Kanhaiya Kumar by a margin of over 1.38 lakh votes.

This is Tiwari’s third win in a row from the seat. In the 2024 general elections, he secured 8,24,451 votes. He was the only sitting MP from Delhi retained by the BJP for the 18th Lok Sabha polls.

Kishan, the BJP contender from Gorakhpur in Uttar Pradesh, was elected for a second consecutive term, securing 5,85,834 votes. He defeated Kajal Nishad from the Samajwadi Party by 1,03,526 votes to retain his constituency.

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