"I am voting for the first time," said Raghu Ram, showing the ink mark on his finger during an interaction with reporters on the sidelines of a function here Friday.

"Earlier I didn't believe in this system. It was disappointing, frustrating and disgusting. No political party is good. They all are equally bad. I didn't want to be a part of that," said Raghu, an executive producer of the adventure reality TV show "MTV Roadies".

He sees new hope in the new political scenario.

"A change is possible. And a hope is worth fighting for. It's not that I am just voting, but I am also travelling in the country campaigning for it," said Raghu at the launch of The Bikers Cafe here.

"It is not based on religion, caste, gender, money, alcohol and corruption. A new direction, a new method of doing issue-based politics and taking a firm stand against corruption and communalism, for me, is the new hope,” Raghu said.

"I have waited for this moment all my life and now when it is here, I am going in full force," he added.


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