Dharmendra mouths 'Sholay' dialogues to seek votes for Hema Malini

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Hema Malini and Dharmednra at the campaign
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Mathura: Popular film actor Dharmendra on Sunday repeated his famous dialogues from the Hindi blockbuster "Sholay" as he campaigned here for his wife Hema Malini in the Lok Sabha elections.

The still charismatic Dharmendra appealed to voters to ensure the Bhartiya Janata Party candidate's victory.

Mathura goes to the polls on April 18.

Addressing BJP supporters, Dharmendra praised the Narendra Modi government.

On persistent demands, he repeated his famous dialogues from "Sholay". He called himself a farmer and appealed to local farmers to strengthen the BJP.

Hema Malini was with him during meetings and at many interactions in Goverdhan area.

Dharmendra promised to return to the region after Hema Malini's victory and have food at a farmer's home.

Earlier, Hema Malini tweeted: "Today is also a special day for me! Dharamji is here in Mathura to campaign for a whole day on my behalf."

Hema Malini recently divulged her assets in an affidavit that she filed with the poll panel. According to PTI, Hema Malini’s value of her assets has increased by a whopping Rs 34.46 crore in the last five years. During the 2014 general elections, Hema Malini's total assets had been valued at Rs 66 crore. And now, the affidavit revealed that Hema Malini owns a total of Rs 101 crores, including bungalows, jewellery, cash, shares and term deposits.

The actress' campaign has been inspiring jokes and memes galore on social media.

Her farm woman avatar, wherein she joined farmers and tried her hand at cutting the wheat crop in this region in Uttar Pradesh, invited not just scorn from the opposition but also the tag of 'drama girl' over the 'dream girl' she has been known as.

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