Joe Biden defeated Donald Trump in US Presidential elections. He also became the 46th president of the United States. As Joe Biden is declared the new President of the United States of America, congratulatory messages kept on pouring from every nook and corner of the world.
Kamala Harris was elected the new Vice President of United States. Kamala addressed the nation and spoke in detail about her strategies. In her speech, Kamala Harris made it clear that even though she is the first female to be elected as the US Vice President, she said that she won’t be the last.
“While I may be the first woman in this office, I won’t be the last. Because every little girl watching tonight sees that this is a country of possibilities.” Kamala is also the first Indian-American to be elected as Vice President.
Bollywood celebrities took to their respective social media handles to talk about the historic win as they chipped in with their own opinions. After Kamala’s first speech as Vice President, Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut took to her official Twitter handle and shared Kamala Harris’ tweet, in which she shared the video clip of the speech.
Kamala’s speech video reads: “While I may be the first, I won’t be the last.” To this, Kangana wrote, “Not sure about Gajni Biden who’s data crashes every 5 minutes, all the medicines they have injected in to him he won’t last more than a year, clearly Kamal Harris will run the show. When one woman rises, she makes the way for every woman. Cheers to this historic day (sic).”
Kangana Ranaut has now compared US President-elect Joe Biden with Bollywood actor Aamir Khan’s character from Ghajini (2008). In the film, Aamir Khan suffers from Short Term Memory Loss and gets into big trouble owing to his medical condition.
Meanwhile, Kajal Aggarwal heaped praise on Kamala Harris and called called her an inspiration. She took to her official Twitter handle and wrote: “Congratulations to @KamalaHarris for becoming the first female and first South Asian Vice President-elect. Such an inspiration.”
Priyanka Chopra congratulated Joe and Kamala and wrote: “America spoke in record-breaking numbers and the verdict is in… EVERY VOTE counts. I applaud everyone who voted in what was such a powerful display of how a democracy should function.”