French President François Hollande is in India on a three-day state visit. He was greeted warmly by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on his arrival. Now, anyone who has seen Modi greeting world leaders would immediately know that he holds nothing back when he welcomes dignitaries. His handshakes are firm, his embraces are warm, and he sometimes even holds hands when posing for the press.
These, for example.
Hollande too, sampled first hand, a famous Modi hug.
Twitter users, usually prompt at spotting material ripe for comedy, noticed an odd photo that they claimed resembled a now-famous pose from the Oscar-winning Hollywood film Titanic (1997).
French President Francois Hollande not allowing Narendra Modi to leave India.January 24, 2016
Hollande: Let's go for lunch?
Modi: Hard Rock Cafe?
Modi: LOL pic.twitter.com/J47WxdObSc— Sahil Shah (@SahilBulla) January 24, 2016
New level in bilateral ties unlocked pic.twitter.com/Q3Rh9FMZjm— Taz (@xtahzy) January 24, 2016
"Mr Francis, here comes my Hollande" pic.twitter.com/Zr6uvmfprU— Gabbbar (@GabbbarSingh) January 24, 2016
Wen u dans in d sangeat evn tho ur nt dat gud pic.twitter.com/qciz9Fc3fm— Rohan (@mojorojo) January 24, 2016
Leonardo & Kate should be arrested for mimicking Modi ji & Hollande. 😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/T9FigJpqVv— उमर अब्दुल्लाह (@abdullah_0mar) January 24, 2016
President Hollande and PM Modi engaging in back to back talks. pic.twitter.com/2VBu2bb7hr— Ray Ban (@Purba_Ray) January 24, 2016
And this fake Facebook wall created by Nirmalya Dutta, published by DNA, with hilarious results:
Good work, Twitter. You never disappoint.
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