Success of 'Howdy-Modi,' has Bollywood stars praise 'rockstar' PM

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  23 Sep 2019 8:47 AM GMT
Success of Howdy-Modi, has Bollywood stars praise rockstar PM

Hyderabad: Bollywood is all praises for Prime Minister Narendra Modi, after his historical speech at NRG stadium in Houston during 'Howdy-Modi' event. Taking it to Twitter Bollywood actor Salman Khan tweeted, “Way to go PM Modi and Prez Trump for a great association between the 2 nations. . . @narendramodi @realDonaldTrump (sic).”

Praising Modi, Karan Johar tweeted, “What an outstanding adress by our honourable Prime minister @narendramodi on a supreme world proud to watch the world watching the brilliant adress. Proud moment for India and fellow indians across the globe. What an inspiring and solid address by @narendramodi . @POTUS also in awe as crowd cheers for the indian prime minister.

#HowdyModi ( Sic).”

Veteran Bollywood actor Anil Kumar said, “In a spectacular display of statesmanship, @narendramodi ji has captured the minds & hearts of the American people! This is a proud moment for both countries as we walk hand in hand & shoulder to shoulder! #HowdyModi (sic).”

Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar said, “‘Individually we are one drop. Together we are an ocean.’ A sea of people it was at the #HowdyModi event. India has truly arrived Globally. An absolute delight to watch PM @narendramodi ji saying ‘All is well’ in multiple regional languages truly representative of 1.3B Indians (sic).”

Senior actor Anupam Kher also tweeted, “Everything about #HowdyModi was SPECTACULAR. Never have I seen such bonding between two countries. Reaction & cheering of the crowd of 50,000 Indians in Houston was emotional & historical. And Hon. Prime Minister @narendramodi ji!! You are a real ROCKSTAR. Bravo. Jai Ho! 🇮🇳 (sic).

More than 50,000 people gathered at the NRG Stadium in Houston for 'Howdy Modi' event where Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Donald Trump exchanged warm words of friendship in Texas at the mass rally.

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