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Actors Rajshree Rajbanshi, Bonny Sengupta join BJP ahead of West Bengal polls

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Actors Rajshree Rajbanshi, Bonny Sengupta join BJP ahead of West Bengal polls

Actors Rajshree Rajbanshi, Bonny Sengupta join BJP ahead of West Bengal polls

Actors Rajshree Rajbanshi and Bonny Sengupta joined BJP on Wednesday.

This comes ahead of West Bengal Assembly Election.

The actors were inducted into the party in front of WB BJP chief.

Party leader Rajib Banerjee was also present in Kolkata.

West Bengal will witness eight-phased assembly polls beginning March 27.

Earlier on march 7, actor Mithun Chakraborty joined BJP.

Chakraborty joined BJP on the day when PM Modi held a mega rally in Kolkata.

Watch the full video for more.


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