Sources close to Hema Malini said on Saturday that a message had been received from Dharmendra and he should join his wife any time. (Agencies)
"But that any time is not coming. Looks like the sons of Dharmendra would not let him come here. They are not in communication, you know," said Ram Dhar, an activist campaigning for BSP candidate Yogendra Dwivedi.
Dharmendra will never come here because he doesn't want to answer a question about his marriage and present relations with Hema Malini, adds another activist Raghav.
Film director Anil Sharma told mediapersons on Saturday that Dharmendra was likely to come on Monday. The reason given for his delay was that he was not well.
Meanwhile, Esha and Ahana, daughters of the "Dream Girl" have anchored here and are busy meeting people in remote areas.
Esha's husband Bharat Takhtani was seen in Baldev and Dauji areas on Saturday interacting with locals and assuring them their problems would be taken care of by the BJP candidate after the elections.
The Bollywood actress who charmed one and all with hits like "Sholay", "Seeta Aur Geeta", "Meera", "Prem Nagar" and "Mehbooba", faces a tough challenge from Jayant Choudhary, the sitting MP from Rashtriya Lok Dal, who has the solid support of the Jats in the area.
The recent reservation for the Jats has given a fillip to his campaign and he has been assured of Muslim votes from the area. Supported by the Congress, Choudhary seems confident of sailing through.
Sources close to Hema Malini said on Saturday that a message had been received from Dharmendra and he should join his wife any time.