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Posted at: May 24, 2019, 4:10 PM; last updated: May 24, 2019, 4:10 PM (IST)

Esha Deol congratulates mother Hema Malini, half-brother Sunny Deol for LS elections wins

Esha Deol congratulates mother Hema Malini, half-brother Sunny Deol for LS elections wins
Esha Deol congratulated not just mother Hema Malini, but also her half-brother Sunny Deol on their victory.

Tribune Web Desk 
Chandigarh, May 24 

Actor Esha Deol congratulated not just mother Hema Malini, but also her half-brother Sunny Deol on their victory in the general elections 2019. 

While Sunny won from Punjab’s Gurdaspur, Hema won by a big majority in Uttar Pradesh’s Mathura by over 2.9 lakh votes. 

Actor Dharmendra had also joined them in their respective poll campaigns. 

Esha tweeted: “Congratulations @iamsunnydeol my best wishes to u always”. 

She wished Hema for her winning from Mathura constituency yet again. “Well deserved congratulations to @dreamgirlhema,” she said, along with several star emojis. She also shared a picture of Hema with the caption: “She did it again. congratulations and my best wishes on round 2 ! Ur doing a fantastic job as an Indian citizen @dreamgirlhema ! #proudofyou.”

In another tweet, Esha wished all the BJP members for their big win. 

“Congratulations @narendramodi @PMOIndia @BJP4India @dreamgirlhema @iamsunnydeol so proud of the victory what a Jeet #LokSabhaElectionResults,” she wrote.

Esha is expecting her second child with husband Bharat Takhtani. 

They have a daughter, Radhya, together. She had shared pictures of her baby shower earlier this month.

It was also attended by her sister Ahana Deol, who has a son named Darien with husband Vaibhav Vohra.

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