‘Children in America dance on Natu-Natu…’, why did PM Modi say this during the state dinner
PM Modi in America: Prime Minister Narendra Modi attended the State Dinner at the White House of America on Thursday (June 2). During this, PM Modi also addressed the US Parliament. During his address, PM Modi said that as time is passing, the connection between the two countries is getting stronger. Not only this, PM Modi gave a great example about the relationship between the two countries by referring to the song Spiderman and Natu-Natu.
In his address before the state dinner, PM Modi said that children in India become Spiderman on Halloween, while in America people dance to the song Natu-Natu from Rajamouli’s film RRR. At the same time, he said that along with the popularity of baseball, cricket is also becoming famous in America. At the same time, the PM also said that this year America’s team is trying to qualify to play in India, my best wishes are with them. PM Modi also gave a gift to US President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden on Thursday.
‘Both countries believe in democracy, diversity, culture’
On the other hand, after meeting with Biden, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that there are unlimited possibilities of alliance between India and America. As the world’s two largest democracies, both countries can contribute to global peace, stability and prosperity. He said that a new chapter has been added in the relations between India and America and the overall global strategic alliance. Along with this, in the joint press conference, Biden described the meeting with PM Modi as productive and said that both the countries believe in democracy, diversity and culture.
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