Bhojpuri actor Ravi Kishan is set to enter the field of politics and reveals that he will be fighting elections.
"I am fighting elections this time and will fight for the post of member of parliament," the 41-year-old said here Thursday at the premiere of his film "Zila Ghaziabad".
Ravi, who refused to reveal which party he would be part of, asserts that if he wins, women's safety will be top priority for him.
"If I am fighting in the elections, then I have my own reasons, a lot of anger. I have a wife and daughters, so I will work for women's safety. In fact, I am fighting these elections with a lot of anger," Ravi said.
The Bhojpuri superstar, who has made a mark in Bollywood as well, will soon be seen in "Ghayal Returns", "Bullet Raja", "Tanu Weds Manu 2" and "Mere Dad Ki Maruti".
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Is fighting the right word here??? Editors... please dont translate word to word... he may have said "main elections larr raha hoon..." that doesnt literally mean "fighting"... please use CONTESTING...
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