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On Saturday, the world erupted into cheers of jubilation as Kamala Harris made history as the first woman to be elected Vice President of the United States of America, but actress Mallika Sherawat had previously predicted that Harris had been destined for great things for a long time, a long time ago.

Kamala Harris’s rise to the second most powerful position in the free world was predicted by none other than Mallika Sherawat of Bollywood. The two of them met at a “fancy event” in 2009 when Harris was then a district attorney in San Francisco.

The viral tweet

Shortly after the victory of Joe Biden – Kamala Harris, a Tweeter posted by Mallika Sherawat has gone viral on social media. The tweet, published in 2019, refers to Harris as the woman who “could be President of the United States.”

“Having fun at a fancy event with a woman they think could be the President of the United States, Kamala Harris. Rule chicks! Sherawat wrote in the tweet dated June 23, 2009.

Soon, Internet users began to compare Murder actress to Nostradamus and Ganesh Gaitonde for her remarkable clairvoyance.

Politics of love

Sherawat had also starred in a 2011 Hollywood film titled Politics of love, for which she took the advice of Harris. “I played a half-Indian, half-African-American Democratic volunteer in the film. So Kamala told me to try to keep the character balanced, and the film to represent both sides – Democrats and Republicans, ”the actress said, according to India time.

Biden-Harris wins

Joe Biden is set to become the oldest president when he takes office in January 2021 and will have to heal a country that has been plagued by growing racism, police brutality and fake news under Donald Trump’s reign as US president.

Throughout the race, Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris projected peace, solidarity and a desire to unite a deeply polarized America.

A glass ceiling was also shattered in the United States when Harris became the first woman, the first black woman, the first Indo-American woman, and the first woman born to immigrant parents to become vice president of the United States.

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