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'Modi, Amit Shah are Jai-Veeru of Indian politics, entire opposition is Gabbar': Hema Malini | VIDEO

Hema Malini, contesting on a BJP ticket from the Mathura Lok Sabha constituency, engaged in an exclusive conversation with India TV. During this interaction, she drew parallels to the iconic "Jai-Veeru duo" from the film Sholay, shedding light on her perspectives on various political figures.

Edited By: Arushi Jaiswal @JaiswalArushi New Delhi Published on: April 23, 2024 17:39 IST
Lok Sabha elections 2024, Hema Malini
Image Source : INDIA TV BJP MP Hema Malini

LoK Sabha Elections 2024: Actor-turned-politician Hema Malini has described Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah as the "Jai and Veeru of Indian politics".

 
In an exclusive interview with India TV in the thick  of the election campaign in Mathura, where she is trying her luck for a third consecutive win, Hema Malini was asked, "Whom do you consider the Jai and Veeru of Indian Politics?" She replied, "Modi Ji and Amit Shah Ji."

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https://twitter.com/indiatvnews/status/1782723192731124175

'Entire opposition is Gabbar'

 Asked about whom she considers Gabbar Singh in Indian politics, Hema Malini replied, "The entire opposition". Asked who could be the 'Angrezon ke zamaane ka jailor', Hema Malini replied with a guffaw, "Rahul Gandhi (laugh). The way he talks and all, does not create any seriousness. One feels like laughing." She hurriedly added, "I don’t want to talk much about him."
 
Asked what Dharmendra feels on finding her attempting a hat trick in Lok Sabha elections, Hema Malini replied, "He asks me: Aap kaise kar Leti ho?"  Dharmendra won his only Lok Sabha election from Bikaner in 2004 and later withdrew from political life.

Hema Malini on being outsider in Mathura constituency

On the issue of local and outsider in Mathura constituency, Hema Malini said, "Yes, I come from Mumbai from a different profession. I have consistently worked for the development of this area. In my first term, I did development work, and in my second term, I worked on beautification of roads, building highways, flyovers, roads and underpasses. A Rs 4000 crore Pilibhit-Bareilly highway will pass through Mathura. Half of the work is done and it will end traffic jams."

Asked how long would she continue in politics, Hema Malini replied, "So long as Lord Krishna wants me to serve Brijbhoomi. The moment he tells me to stop, I will go. Nobody can stop me."

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