MUST WATCH | PM Narendra Modi And Akshay Kumar Share Rib-tickling Anecdotes After The Latter Asks The Prime Minister, 'Sir, Are You Really A Gujarati'?

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Amidst Lok Sabha Elections 2019, Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke to Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar in a "non-political" interview where they shared high and low points of the Prime Minister's life, and also indulged in sharing some light-hearted anecdotes.

Written By Radhika Sarkar | Mumbai | Updated On:

Amidst Lok Sabha Elections 2019, Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke to Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar in a "non-political" interview where they shared high and low points of the Prime Minister's life, and also indulged in sharing some light-hearted anecdotes.

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Speaking during the interview, the 'Khiladi' actor asked PM, if he was really a Gujarati as in the previously he had mentioned giving away his land and money in order to help the poor. This question led to some hilarious banter between Kumar and Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who went on to share rather hilarious anecdotes with each other. 

Narrating an anecdote, the 'Khiladi' actor said, "There was an old Gujarati man who was dying, and while on death bed, he asks, Where is my son? so the son replies saying that he is there. And, then the old man asks where his daughter is? To which she replies that she is present too. Finally, he asks about his wife, who replies that she too is present  
To which, the old man shocked says, "If all of you'll are here then who is there at the shop?" 

Laughing and remarking that the anecdote is a great one, Prime Minister Modi went on to share another one.

"In the upper berth of a railway train, there was a passenger sleeping who asked a passerby what station has arrived once the train halted. To which the passer-by said that if he would give him Rs 4, only then would he answer the question. To which, the passenger baffled by the fact that he had asked for money said that there is no need. I will just find out on my own", PM Modi narrated. 

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