Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated India’s first National Museum of Indian Cinema in Mumbai. Many stars including film director and writer Imtiaz Ali was also present for the event but couldn’t take a selfie with the PM but took an interesting picture with PM Modi at the background and shared it on social media. In the picture, the director strikes a pose with Kartik Aryan and Karan Johar and gave it a quirky caption. His post reads, “Losers’ backfie with the honorable PM!”

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Losers’ backfie with the honorable PM!

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The picture went viral instantly on social media and PM Modi took notice of the picture and gave it a sassy reply. Retweeting the picture, PM Modi wrote, “Not losers but Rockstars! No selfie Jab We Met but there will always be another occasion. :)”

Now, the internet has become the fan of Narendra Modi for his wordplay and instantly starting pouring comments.

One user wrote, “Our PM is a ROCKSTAR.. So cool” while the other wrote, “Awesome Wordplay Coolest Prime Minister. We are proud of you sir. You are the motivation for many people.”

Check out the tweets here:

Earlier, Kapil Sharma, who was also present at the event shared a picture with PM appreciating him for his sense of humour. PM Modi has responded to his tweet and the sweet words will surely put a smile on Kapil’s face. Modi stated that he is happy with Kapil’s appreciation. PM Modi took to the micro-blogging site Twitter and wrote, “When @KapilSharmaK9 appreciates somebody’s humour, it sure makes that person happy and I am no exception. Thank you for the kind words Kapil.”

Meanwhile, National Museum of Indian Cinema (NMIC) is divided into 9 sections comprising The Origin of Cinema, Cinema comes to India, Indian Silent Film, Advent of Sound, The Studio Era, The impact of World War II, Creative Resonance, New Wave and Beyond and Regional Cinema.

A couple of days back, many Bollywood stars including Vicky Kaushal, Ranbir Kapoor, Ranveer Singh and Alia Bhatt met the PM as part of a delegation meet to discuss issues concerning the film industry. The stars even posed with Modi and their selfie went viral on the social media.