The polling passed off without a hitch, with no report of violence or any untoward incident from any of the voting centres.
The cricketer was dressed casually in a grey sweatshirt and blue jeans along with a standout pair of sunglasses.
The fate of 309 candidates, including 32 women nominees, will be decided in the third leg of the elections.
Sixty-two of the total 309 candidates contesting on 17 Assembly seats in the third phase of the Jharkhand elections face serious criminal charges.
While the polling exercise on five seats - Ranchi, Hatia, Kanke, Ramgarh and Barkatha will continue from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. , voters in the remaining constituencies can vote till 3 p.m.
The AJSU is contesting on maximum number of seats in third phase of elections. Of the 17 Assembly seats going to polls, AJSU is contesting on 14.
On the last day of campaigning, leaders of all political parties made a last ditch efforts to woo the voters.
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The voting percentage at Chief Minister Raghubar Das' Assembly seat Jamshedpur East was only 49.12 per cent.
Jharkhand Chief Electoral Officer Vinay Kumar Choubey said the incident is being probed and polling in the booth has been stopped.
The voting on Saturday will also see the BJP state unit president Laxman Gilua trying his electoral luck.
The second phase is crucial for both the BJP and the Congress-JMM alliance. While the JMM is trying to protect its bastion, the BJP has been trying to dent its citadel.
When it comes to serious criminal charges against themselves, the Congress tops the chart here as well, with 50 per cent candidates.
Addressing his first rally in the state, the former Congress chief said tribals have water, forests and land, and his party will protect their rights over those resources.
Union Home Minister told poll rallies in Jharkhand that the nationwide exercise will be conducted despite reservations voiced by opposition parties.