Poonam Singh

Actress Urvashi Rautela hinted at a potential entry into politics during her recent visit to the Ram Mandir in Ayodhya. While she remained tight-lipped about the political party she may represent, she disclosed to have received a "ticket" for elections.

In a conversation with InstantBollywood, she emphasized her commitment to honesty in politics, stating her aspiration to be an "imaandaar" politician.

“I have already got the ticket. And now I have to decide whether to go into politics or not. I don’t know whether I will go into politics or not, but I would definitely like to know from the fans. They should tell me whether I should join politics or not,” she was quoted saying Instant Bollywood.

Recently, Urvashi visited Ayodhya Ram Temple offering prayers to the Ram Lalla and interacted with the temple authorities. Her presence at the temple sparked rumours about her political aspirations. Photos circulating online captured her in a yellow suit, engaging in religious rituals and posing with the temple's priest.

Despite confirming the offer of a political ticket, Urvashi expressed uncertainty about her decision to enter politics, seeking input from her fans. She emphasized her existing efforts toward societal change through her foundation and expressed willingness to further contribute to the nation's development if given the opportunity.

Meanwhile, Urvashi is set to star in the upcoming film ‘JNU,’ directed by Vinay Sharma and produced by Pratima Datta. The movie, inspired by the events at Jawaharlal Nehru University, features Urvashi alongside actor Ravi Kishan in lead roles.