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Varun Dhawan, Yami Gautam ask college students to vote

Varun Dhawan and Yami Gautam today encouraged college students to go out and cast their vote at the upcoming Delhi Elections.

By: Indo-Asian News Service | New Delhi |
Updated: February 2, 2015 10:10:39 pm
Varun Dhawan, Yami Gautam Varun Dhawan and Yami Gautam today encouraged college students to go out and cast their vote at the upcoming Delhi Elections.

Bollywood’s young brigade Varun Dhawan and Yami Gautam today encouraged college students to go out and cast their vote at the upcoming Delhi Elections.

Varun, 27, and Yami, who star together in crime drama ‘Badlapur’, visited Kamla Nehru College here to raise awareness about exercising voting rights.

“You all don’t realise its (voting) importance right now, but trust me when you all are are older and married and have beautiful children then you will realise how important it is. I am just trying to do my duty,” Varun told the students, who were ecstatic to have the young actor in their college.

Yami added, “You are young girls… you are our future.”

The Delhi Legislative Assembly election will be held on February 7. The results will be announced on February 10.

Varun and Yami then read out the election pledge to the young girls, who repeated after them.

“I have never done something like this. Let’s do it together. I am going to read out the pledge and you have to repeat after me,” said Varun, who is the son of Bollywood filmmaker David Dhawan.

The duo also visited Ramjas College.

Besides Varun and Yami, ‘Badlapur’ also stars Radhika Apte, Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Vinay Pathak, Divya Dutta and Huma Qureshi.

The film, directed by Sriram Raghavan, will hit theatres on February 20.

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