Voting for the high-level assembly elections in Tamil Nadu began on Tuesday. The top stars of the Tamil film industry descended on their designated polling stations across the state to exercise their voting rights. And his presence added more drama to an already high-voltage election day.

Many celebrities voted in the morning to vote to beat the crowd. Most of them opted to cast their vote without using their celebrity status to jump the line. Actor Suriya, his father Shivakumar and his younger brother Karthi stood in line with other voters, waiting for their turn to vote. The stars also posed for the camera for the media and showed their fingers, while some fans seized the opportunity to pull a quick selfie with them, whether they approved it or not.

This kind of inconsistent behavior of fans got caught in Ajit Kumar’s nerves. He was at the polling station with his wife Shalini. As expected, fans in the crowd went into a frenzy. When one of the crowd tried to take a selfie without Ajit’s permission, the star questioned the man. It is a rare sight to see Ajith losing his temper in a public place. It is no secret that Ajith is notoriously media-shy and is a very private person. But, he has always entertained fans who wanted to take a photo with him in the past.

Superstar Vijay rode a bicycle to the polling station as his crew followed him. Was he urging people to go green? Or was this his way of criticizing skyrocketing petrol prices? No statement has been issued by the actor’s representatives to clear the air about their choice of vehicle.

And the twin pillars of the Tamil film industry, Rajinikanth and Kamal Haasan also cast their votes amid much fanfare and media pare. Kamal, who is the Chief Ministerial candidate for Makkal Nidi Maam, showed up to cast his vote along with his two daughters, Shruti and Akshara. And when Rajinikanth moved in, people became fearless. But, the superstar was cautious in protecting his privacy against hundreds of cameras at the polling station. He made sure to keep the frenzied crowd at a safe distance before voting for the political party of his choice.

By Jothi Prakash

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