From Priyanka Chopra Jonas to Katrina Kaif & Alia Bhatt: 7 celebs who didn’t vote in Lok Sabha Elections 2024 and why

While a plethora of Bollywood celebrities were seen at the polling stations for the Lok Sabha Elections of 2024, including high-profile names like Deepika Padukone, Ranveer Singh, and the Khan families, several fan favorites were notably absent. Let’s take a closer look at the famous figures who were missing from the voting scene and understand the reasons behind it:

Famous Bollywood Stars Who Skipped the 2024 Lok Sabha Vote

Katrina Kaif

Actor Katrina Kaif was abroad in London, reportedly preparing for the arrival of her first child. Regardless, her British nationality precludes her from participating in Indian elections.

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Vicky Kaushal

Accompanying his wife Katrina, Vicky Kaushal made headlines as they were seen enjoying a casual walk in London during Election Day, igniting speculation about their personal life due to Katrina’s appearance.

Priyanka Chopra Jonas

Internationally acclaimed Priyanka Chopra Jonas was in Italy for the prestigious Bvlgari Aeterna Event, rubbing shoulders with global celebrities like Anne Hathaway and Shu Qi.

Alia Bhatt

Although her husband Ranbir Kapoor was photographed voting in Mumbai, Alia Bhatt, a British citizen, did not partake in the electoral process. Meanwhile, she’s believed to be preparing for her next film role.

Abhishek Bachchan

The Bachchan family’s voting day snapshot was incomplete without Abhishek, who was unexpectedly absent despite being in Mumbai, sparking online speculation about his marriage.

Jacqueliene Fernandez

Having graced the Cannes Film Festival red carpet, Jacqueliene Fernandez could not have voted in the Indian elections, given her Sri Lankan citizenship.

Anushka Sharma

Anushka Sharma, embracing motherhood away from the public eye, was last seen supporting her husband, Virat Kohli, at an IPL match and is presumed to have bypassed the elections.

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