Bring on the LS poll results: say celeb contenders
We find out if stars who’ve contested the 2014 Lok Sabha elections are nervous about the report card on Friday. Read on to find out what Paresh Rawal, Rakhi Sawant, Ravi Kishan and other stars have to say.bollywood Updated: May 16, 2014 17:10 IST
We find out if stars who’ve contested the 2014 Lok Sabha elections are nervous about the report card on Friday.
Mohammad Kaif, cricketer
Constituency: Phulpur (Uttar Pradesh)
It will be a working day for me. Since our local workers have been working round-the-clock, I will meet them. I also plan to visit the counting centre to see if everything is fine. If you’ve worked hard on something for two months, you are bound to feel a bit nervous.
Constituency: Sreerampur (West Bengal)
Party: Bharatiya Janata Party
I flew down to Kolkata (on May 14) and on the counting day, I’d be at the party office from the morning to oversee the counting. And yes, I am slightly nervous (smiles). This time, polling has gone very well. By the way, have you heard anything about how BJP is going to do this time?
Gul Panag, actor
Constituency: Chandigarh (Punjab/Haryana)
Party: Aam Aadmi Party
I will report at the counting centre at 6.45 in the morning and will spend the entire day there till the counting comes to an end. And no, I am not nervous about the results. I have worked very hard and put in my best. Now, I will wait for the results, and that’s a part of the game. Isn’t it?
Moon Moon Sen, actor
Constituency: Bankura (West Bengal)
Party: Trinamool Congress
I have put in enough hard-work in the searing heat of summer. And I hope it will show in the results. Now, there is no point in sitting at the party office and see the counting. I would rather take rest and relax. I am slightly ­nervous but I hope everything will go well.
Ravi Kishan, actor
Constituency: Jaunpur (Uttar Pradesh)
I will be praying at a temple where there aren’t too many ­people and it isn’t too crowded. I haven’t decided which one yet. I am very nervous and I hope, God-willing, the results will be in my favour. I have done my best. I fought like a warrior having taken on this difficult task.
Rakhi Sawant, actor
Constituency: Mumbai North-West (Maharashtra)
Party: Rashtriya Aam Party
I will be going to the counting centre in Goregaon (east) as it is a mandatory part of the ­process of elections. I don’t want to go but I will. I am very nervous as I contested against stalwarts. I don’t know if people voted for me or not, as I entered late when only 15 days of campaigning were left.
Paresh Rawal, actor
Constituency: Ahmedabad-East (Gujarat)
Party: BharatiyaJanata Party
I will be going to my constituency in the morning. I’m 100% sure that we are going to win. So frankly, I have no reason to be nervous about anything.
Mahesh Manjrekar, actor/filmmaker
Constituency: Mumbai North-West
Party: Maharashtra Navnirman Sena
I will be at home ... watching the results on the news. If I win, I will celebrate and if I don’t, it’s okay. I’m not stressing over it. I did all I could, and have given it my best.