Elections 2019: PM Modi Tweets Photo With Sunny Deol. Line From 'Gadar' Is The Caption

Elections 2019: PM Modi Tweets Photo With Sunny Deol. Line From 'Gadar' Is The Caption

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi met entertainer Sunny Deol in New Delhi today and posted an image with him on Twitter, days after the 'Fringe' star joined the decision BJP. Alongside the photograph, PM Modi additionally referenced the entertainer's time frame dramatization film "Gadar" with the renowned discourse "Hindustan Zindabad tha, hai, aur rahega."


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What struck me about @iamsunnydeol is his humility and deep passion for a better India.

Happy to have met him today. We are all rooting for his victory in Gurdaspur!

We both agree- हिन्दुस्तान जिंदाबाद था, है, और रहेगा!


"What struck me about Sunny Deol is his modesty and profound energy for a superior India. Glad to have met him today. We are largely pulling for his triumph in Gurdaspur. Hindustan Zindabad tha, hai, aur rahega," PM Modi composed with an image of them grinning and shaking hands.

The on-screen character turned-lawmaker hosts been announced the gathering's competitor from Gurdaspur, Punjab. It was the electorate of veteran on-screen character Vinod Khanna, who kicked the bucket in 2017. For quite a while, there was hypothesis that the BJP may handle his significant other Kavita Khanna or child Akshaye Khanna from that point.

Radiant Deol joined the BJP this week, days after he met party boss Amit Shah in Pune. In his discourse subsequent to being formally enlisted to the gathering, he had stated, "Similar to my dad joined Atal Bihari Vajpayee, I have chosen to join Prime Minister Narendra Modi. I need PM Modi for the following five years."

The 62-year-old on-screen character is the third part from the Deol family to join governmental issues. His dad Dharmendra had a short tryst with legislative issues in 2004, when he challenged national races for the BJP from Bikaner, Rajasthan and won. His stepmother Hema Malini is challenging decisions from Uttar Pradesh's Mathura.

An entertainer with a gigantic fan base, Sunny Deol is known for his jobs in movies like 'Fringe', 'Gadar', 'Ghayal', 'Damini' and others. His exchanges like "dhai kilo ka haath.. " and "tareek pe tareek.." have resounded with individuals crosswise over years. His last film "Mohalla Assi" was shot in Prime Minister Narendra Modi's voting public Varanasi, where he depicted a volunteer partaking in the battle for a Ram sanctuary in Ayodhya.


Punjab will cast a ballot in a solitary stage, on May 19, the most recent day of the seven-staged national race. The consequences of will be declared on May 23.

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