Allu Arjun’s response when questioned about Telangana’s voting preference.

Superstar Allu Arjun demonstrated civic responsibility by being among the early Tollywood actors to arrive at the voting booth in Hyderabad on Thursday, encouraging people to cast their votes. Despite being queried about Telangana’s voting priorities, Arjun opted to remain apolitical, flashing his inked finger to the cameras without making any political comments.

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The morning in Hyderabad saw a celebrity-filled voting spectacle, with Junior NTR and family casting votes at P Obul Reddy Public School, Venkatesh Daggubati at Hyderabad Presidency Degree and PG College in Manikonda, and actor Srikanth voting in Jubilee Hills.

Congress candidate Mohammad Azharuddin from Jubilee Hills emphasized the importance of voting, stating that those who abstain forfeit their right to question. Telangana is witnessing a three-way electoral contest between the incumbent BRS, Congress, and BJP, with the BRS (formerly TRS) having dominated in 2018.

AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi urged increased voter turnout in Telangana to uphold the state’s cultural harmony, emphasizing that voting enhances political accountability. The state experienced an intense campaign, with the BJP and Congress striving to challenge the BRS stronghold in the lead-up to the election.

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