During the dinner at the Louvre Museum hosted by French President Emmanuel Macron for PM Narendra Modi, a band was seen performing the Oscar-winning song Jai Ho has attracted the attention of several prominent personalities and internet users. The video has gone viral on social media platforms.
In the video, a band was seen singing the Oscar-winning song by AR Rahman in the presence of President Macron and PM Modi. Both of them were seen enjoying the song and also appreciating the performance of the band. They were expressing their happiness by looking at each other. In fact, the French President was seen thumping the table, followed by PM Modi as they enjoyed the beats of the songs. Several prominent personalities, officials, and administrators present at the venue were seen appreciating the performance.
The dinner menu also had a special gesture for PM Modi. It featured the Indian tricolour instead of the colours of France’s national flag. Also, a vegetarian menu was specially curated for Prime Minister Modi. At the time of dinner, PM Modi also raised a toast to the India-France relations and congratulated the people of France on Bastille Day.
The video has been shared widely on the internet by several people, including politicians, musicians, journalists, and others. The Oscan-winner AR Rahman also re-tweeted the video and captioned it, stating Jai Ho with a France accent.
PM Modi addressed the gathering. He said the world faced many ups and downs and challenging times in the past 25 years, but the friendship between France and India continued to grow deeper. Asserting that PM Modi said India and France have made a long and important journey on the basis of mutual understanding, trust, and respect. Due to the personal efforts of President Macron, the ties between the two countries have been moving forward in every direction, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said at the dinner.
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