Actress Vidya Balan was one of the first Bollywood celebrities to cast her vote. Vidya, who lives in suburban Juhu after her marriage with UTV head Siddharth Roy Kapur, cast her vote at a Chembur booth. (JPN/Agencies)
When asked about voting in Chembur, she said laughing, "Why not? this gives me a chance to come to Chembur... I do come often."
"It's my responsibility to vote... To point fingers at others and (if) I face a problem, I need to have this on my finger," she said while displaying her inked finger.
Actress and Rajya Sabha member (nominated) Rekha came in a track suit to exercise her right to franchise. Sunny Deol and Sonam Kapoor also cast their votes.
Aamir Khan, who cast his vote in suburban Bandra, said, "Voting is an important process in democracy. It is my duty as an Indian to vote."
Yesteryear star Dharmendra, Bollywood lyricist Prasoon Joshi also cast their vote in the Western suburbs.
Joshi, who is set to fly out of the country for IIFA, said, "Voting is the responsibility not just once in five years but it should be a constant co-creation."
Shah Rukh Khan tweeted, "Most times I don't even get to choose the channel I want to watch on TV. Today I have an opportunity to choose my country's future. Awesome!"
Sonam said, "It is good to vote for those who make legitimate promises."
Kirron Kher, who is in the election battle as a BJP candidate from Chandigarh, tweeted, "Sikandar and I just voted. Go Mumbai go and vote."
Mega star Amitabh Bachchan, 71, wrote on his blog last night, "Its voting hour tomorrow... the members shall go to vote as shall millions of others, to decide for the future of the nation, the future of the leaders that shall lead us into the next, and the next."
Juhi Chawla, 46, said she voted for the first time. "Cast my vote in a general election for the first time!!! So happy to have done my duty... I voted for change !!! Grr !!," Juhi wrote.
Soha Ali Khan reminded Mumbaikars that they were not very active in last elections.
"In the 2009 general election Mumbai had the lowest turnout of 41.4 percent. Today the big day is here again - it's time to stand up and be counted," she said.
"It's time to stop complaining about the system and take action. Boys and girls either Vote now or forever keep Quiet," Preity Zinta wrote.
Other celebrities who got inked were Shilpa Shetty, Kunal Kapoor, Shreya Ghoshal, Dia Mirza, Farhan Akhtar, John Abraham, Onir and Riteish Deshmukh.
Actress Vidya Balan was one of the first Bollywood celebrities to cast her vote. Vidya, who lives in suburban Juhu after her marriage with UTV head Siddharth Roy Kapur, cast her vote at a Chembur booth.