11 Times Prime Minister Narendra Modi Proved That Camera Is His First Love

29/09/2015 8:34 PM IST | Updated 15/07/2016 8:25 AM IST
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INDIA - NOVEMBER 12: Narendra Modi, Chief Minister of Gujarat with Camera in Gujarat, India ( Photographer ) (Photo by Shailesh Raval/The India Today Group/Getty Images)

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is not your typical world leader. He is just like you and me.

He poses with cute animals. He takes selfies with world leaders all the time. And, posts them on social media.

He also makes sure there is a photographer photographing him when he turns into a photographer.

A video footage of Modi and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg that is going viral now shows how the Prime Minister steered Zuckerberg away, when he realised that the CEO was blocking his flash-worthy moment.

READ: Why Should You Never Come In Between Prime Minister Modi And A Camera? Just Ask Zuckerberg

But, that's not the first time our Prime Minister proved his love for the camera. He has a special talent— Modi almost always know where the camera is.

Take a look.

While meeting global leaders—

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All you world leaders, you can grin and pose, but only Mr Modi knows where the camera is.

When welcoming leaders—

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Dear Sri Lanka President, there's our Indian President to welcome you. Please leave Modi alone to his camera.

Or, when meeting leaders at home—

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When paying tributes--

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Or, during celebrations—

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You can never, ever, hide the camera from this man

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Not even bright sunlight can be an obstacle.

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BONUS: If you come in between the PM and camera, no one can save you

Once, the Prime Minister was so annoyed when one his Special Protection Group personnel blocked him from the shutterbugs' frame, that he even scolded the man in front of reporters and television crew members.

"Yahan khare rehkar kya karoge?" (Why are you standing here?), the PM reportedly told the SPG guard and asked him to 'maintain a distance'.

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