Celebrities from the Indian film fraternity have congratulated US President Joe Biden and his partner and Vice President Kamala Harris on social media. Citing Biden and Harris’ achievement as a striking example, Priyanka Chopra encouraged all girls to dream big.
The actress wrote on her official Instagram account, “America raised its voice in record numbers and the decision is in front of everyone. Everyone’s opinion matters. I applaud all those who have worked for democracy.” “It’s amazing to see this election in the United States. Congratulations to Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris. First female vice president. Big dream girls. Anything can happen.”
In his post, he tagged the hashtagdemocracy with a heart emoji. He finished his post with “Congratulations America”.
Abhay Deol has posted a strange Instagram meme showing the Statue of Liberty throwing a slingshot at Trump. In the caption of the photo, he wrote, “Yes. It happened.”
Ritesh Deshmukh also shared his thoughts with Desi Tadka. He wrote on his microblogging site, “Well done, remembering in namaz. Ir. OK bye.”
– Riteish Deshmukh (iteRiteishd) November 7, 2020
Actress Kajal Aggarwal, who married entrepreneur Gautam Kichlu on October 30, wrote on Twitter, “Congratulations to Kamala Harris for winning the election of the first woman and first South Asian Vice President. Inspiration.”
Congratulations to KamalaHarris For the election of the first woman and the first South Asian Vice President. One such inspiration. ???????????????
– Kajal Aggarwal (@MsKajalAggarwal) November 7, 2020
On the other hand, Gauhar Khan wrote on Twitter, “God bless America.”
Filmmaker Anubhav Sinha wrote, “Mark my words. This will be the first US president to work outside office.”
Mark my words This will be the first US President to be removed from office.
– Anubhav Sinha (Shubh Singh) November 7, 2020
Shruti Seth wrote, “Oh God America. I want to kiss you right now. Hashtagbidenharis 2020”
Nimrit Kaur wrote, “Congratulations on a new dawn .. and the will of the common man watching it.”
Filmmaker-actor Kunal Kohli in his tweet praised the changing winds in America. He wrote, “Great America. One day we will celebrate like this. Our time will come.”
Biden defeated Donald Trump to become the 46th President of the United States, while Kamala Harris is set to become Vice President of the United States.