Chaiyya Chaiyya Song At White House | PM Modi was welcomed with the song ‘Chaiyya Chaiyya’ in the White House, mentioned the song ‘Natu-Natu’ in the speech

Photo Credit – ANI Mumbai: The country’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi is on a 4-day America tour. PM Modi had left India on Tuesday. Prime Minister Modi reached the White House on Thursday, 22 June. Here President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden warmly welcomed PM Modi. Not only this, a cappella group ‘Pen Masala’ performed on the hit song ‘Chaiyya Chaiyya’ from Shahrukh Khan and Manisha Koirala’s film ‘Dil Se’ outside the White House at PM Modi’s welcome. . Whose video is currently going viral on social media very fast. In which the members can be seen singing the song in unison. A video of this grand welcome of PM Modi has also been shared with the Twitter handle of news agency ANI. Also Read #WATCH | Penn Masala’s rendition of the popular song ‘Chaiyya Chaiyya’ enchants crowds gathered at the White House for PM Modi’s arrival — ANI (@ANI) June 22, 2023 ANI has shared another video on Twitter. In which PM Modi is seen giving a speech at the White House. During which President Joe Biden was seen clapping happily. In his speech, PM Modi also mentioned the song ‘Naatu Naatu’ from the film ‘RRR’. In the speech, he said, “Our people (Indians and Americans) are getting to know each other better as time goes on. Kids in India dress up as Spiderman on Halloween and youth in America are dancing to the tune of ‘Naatu Naatu’.” #WATCH | With every passing day, Indians and Americans are getting to know each other better… Kids in India become Spiderman on Halloween and America’s youth is dancing to the tunes of ‘Naatu Naatu’: PM Modi during the official State Dinner at The White House pic. — ANI (@ANI) June 23, 2023 Let us tell you that a few days ago a video went viral very fast on social media. In which the California Police was seen dancing to the song ‘Naatu Naatu’ from the film ‘RRR’. It was seen in the video that many people were playing Holi on the road and the song ‘Naatu Naatu’ was playing in the background of the video. During which two police officers were also seen doing hook steps.

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