The fact that our Prime Minister Narendra Modi enjoys a massive fan following in the country is well-known, but PM’s popularity is not just restricted to the people of India. PM Modi is equally loved by a section of persons of Indian origin that reside in various parts of the world. A proof of this is young NRIs in Manchester performing a flash mob to support PM Modi ahead of the Lok Sabha elections.
In the video that is going viral now, one can see youngsters wearing ‘NaMo Again’ T-shirts dancing on the streets to Shankar Mahadevan’s recreated version of his cult track ‘Breathless’ which highlights the achievements of the Government and Salman Khan’s ‘Jai Ho’ title track. Flags of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) are also waved by them. Moreover, a man dressed like PM Modi also makes a cameo towards the end and even lip-syncs to his 'Sabka Sath, Sabka Vikas' speech.
Watch the video here:
This is the version of the Shankar Mahadevan track that they danced to.
PM had lauded Mahadevan for the version and tweeted, "Lovely composition @Shankar_Live ! For many, it brings back memories of ‘Breathless.’ Like your song, 125 crore Indians are working nonstop for India’s progress!"