Numerous showbiz related personalities turned out to vote as the general election polling process across the country.
Actress Fatima Effendi and his husband Kanver Effendi cast their vote and her husband also post their picture on Instagram.
The couple express their views on Instagram post that they fulfil their right now the public should also fulfil their responsibilities too.
Hina Khawaja Hayat:
Famous showbiz personality of Pakistan Hina Khawaja Hayat also cast her vote. She also put her video on Instagram, during sharing her story she express that “by the grace of Almighty she cast her vote”.
She further encourages public to come out from their homes and exercise their right to vote.
In her post, she is giving a message to the public that everyone must take his id card with them because they wanted to minimize voters turn over. That’s why at every place they are making polling process slow and complex due to any reasons.
You should cast your vote and rest is on Almighty Allah.
Very much famous actress of Pakistani showbiz industry Ayeza Khan also cast her vote. She put her picture on Instagram and giving a message to social media users that if you want to know the details regarding the polling process please send text message to 8300.
On other hand, famous fashion designer Maria B also cast her vote. She shared a short clip on the social media regarding that.
Usman Khalid Butt:
In addition to that, actor Usman Khalid Butt also cast his vote. He revealed in his message that voters should remember their serial numbers before entering the polling stations and the cell phones are not permitted.
Hamza Ali Abbasi:
Renowned actor Hamza Ali Abbasi also cast his vote, he also shares his picture on social media.
Rambo and Sahiba:
Pakistan showbiz famous couple Rambo and Sahiba both cast their vote. The couple shared picture and in the caption they said that you are a citizen and this is your responsibility.
It should be noted that the process of polling in the general elections is going on across the country. Caretaker government suspended the mobile phone services due to security reasons.