As Kamala Harris created history by becoming the first female, first Black person and also the first person of South Asian origin to win vice presidential race in the US, a host of Indian celebs burst into celebrations. To many Indians, it was a moment of pride.
Sharing her thoughts on the turn of events, newly married Kajal Aggarwal said: “Congratulations to @KamalaHarris for becoming the first female and first South Asian Vice President elect . Such an inspiration.”
Soha Ali Khan took to her Instagram and wrote: “Every vote does indeed count! Congratulations to the American President and Vice President Elect @joebiden and especially @kamalaharris for becoming the first woman, first person of colour and first person of Asian descent elected to the country’s second-highest office.”
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Every vote does indeed count! Congratulations to the American President and Vice President Elect @joebiden and especially @kamalaharris for becoming the first woman, first person of colour and first person of Asian descent elected to the country’s second-highest office.
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Looks like the sound of the word ‘madam’ before Kamala’s name was particularly heart-warming. Neha Dhupia took to her Instagram Stories and simply wrote: “Madam Vice President.”
A delighted Onir, retweeting a news report on the results, wrote: “Yes Yes Yes….Ab Ke sarkar ….” followed by a bunch of dancing man emojis.
Shibani Dandekar, VJ and girlfriend of Farhan Akhtar, wrote: “Cngratulations to President – elect Joe Biden and Vice President – elect Kamala Harris.” Richa Chadha wrote: “#KamalaHarris zindabad.”
Swara Bhasker, retweeting a Neeraj Ghaywan tweet, wrote: “YES! Let’s remember common folk who thru the Trump presidency held the President & govt. accountable to the constitutional values of USA! Women’s March, lawyers against travel ban, #blacklivesmatter activists & others. They made Trump’s defeat possible!”
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