Lok Sabha Election 2019 Phase 3: Mohanlal, Aju Varghese, Tovino Thomas and Others Cast Their Vote in Kerala (View Pics)
South stars Mohanlal, Aju Varghese, Tovino Thomas cast their vote in Kerala. (Photo Credits: Twitter)

As the third phase of voting in the Lok Sabha elections 2019 kicked off early Tuesday morning, Malayalam film stars Mammootty, Mohanlal and Aju Varghese were among the eminent personalities in Kerala, who were spotted in Kerala, casting their votes. Mohanlal and Aju Varghese were also photographed standing in a queue as they waited to register their vote. Fahadh Faasil, Tovino Thomas, Unni Mukundan, Lena and Dharmajan Bolgatty, among others, were also present to cast their vote. Fahadh, after casting his vote, said that he never missed a chance to cast his vote, further adding, "It is the duty of each and everyone must cast their vote." A couple of actors also took to the social media to flaunt their inked finger, urging people to exercise their right to vote. Sunny Deol Joins BJP, Likely to Contest Lok Sabha Elections 2019 from Gurdaspur

Aju Varghese took to the micro-blogging site to post a selfie, proudly showing off his inked finger, while he tweeted, "Voting is not just our Right, It’s our Responsibility.." Later, Mohanlal too shared a picture on Twitter, where he can be seen his inked finger for the camera. Alongside the picture, the actor wrote, "Voting is our democratic right and responsibility. I have exercised my right, so should all of you. Every vote counts!"

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Mohanlal

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Aju Varghese

Tovino Thomas

Unni Mukundan

Speaking of voter turnout, on Tuesday, Kerala recorded 32.5 per cent voting up till 12 pm in the Lok Sabha elections 2019. Of course, there were complaints of technical glitches in voting machines in certain areas, however, majority of polling stations witnessed heavy rush and long queues since morning. Congress president Rahul Gandhi, Shashi Tharoor and Union minister, Alphons Kannanthanam are the key contenders in Kerala.