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The Hillary Clinton wave has swept Bollywood. After Salman Khan expressed his desire to see Hillary as the next President of America, another powerhouse Bollywood actor who has come out in her support is Vidya Balan.
Talking to the press on the sets of a television show where she was present to promote her next Kahani 2, a smiling Vidya said, “I am hoping and praying that Hillary Clinton becomes the next President of the United States. I follow her. Every day I watch television to see her debates. And I really think it is time, we had a women president in America which is one of the strongest economies in the world.”
Earlier in September too, Vidya had tweeted how she was forgoing her sleep for Hillary Clinton. “Hillary Clinton is the Only reason i would forgo my sleep. Up to watch the U.S.Presidential debate,” wrote Vidya on her Twitter profile.
Before Vidya, Salman Khan and Kabir Bedi expressed their support for Clinton through their respective tweets. Salman wrote on Twitter, “Hope you win. May god give you the strength to follow the constitution and human values. All the best. #HillaryClintonforpresident.”
— Salman Khan (@BeingSalmanKhan) November 5, 2016
Veteran Indian actor Kabir Bedi too tweeted his support by writing, “Wishing @HillaryClinton all success in #USElections2016! A woman President of #US would be a truly historic landmark. #ImWithHer #USElection.”
Hillary has already garnered enough support from Hollywood stars including biggies like Leonardo DiCaprio, Beyonce, Kim Kardashian, Kanye West, Jeffrey Katzenenberg, Katy Perry, Waka Flocka, Ariana Grande, America Ferrera and many others.
The US Presidential elections are slated to happen today and Hillary who is the Democratic Party nominee is up against billionaire businessman and Republican candidate Donald Trump.