Priyanka Chopra with PM Modi: Twitterati can’t stop giving hilarious captions to this picture

After Priyanka Chopra shared pictures with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, social media was full of funny tweets and memes.

By: Trends Desk | New Delhi | Published: May 30, 2017 9:24 pm
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who was in Germany for a four-country tour of Europe, on Tuesday met Priyanka Chopra who happened to be in Berlin for the promotion of her newly-released movie Baywatch. As a sweet gesture, the prime minister took some time off his busy schedule to catch up with the Quantico star and Chopra couldn’t help but feel lucky to meet the PM.

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Expressing her delight, the actress wrote in a tweet: “Thank you for taking the time to meet me this morning @narendramodi Sir. Such a lovely coincidence to be in #berlin at the same time. 🙏🏼🇮🇳”

The 34-year-old also added a picture of them sitting together on her Instagram handle. “Was such a lovely coincidence to be in #berlin🇩🇪 at the same time as the Prime Minister. Thank you @narendramodi Sir for taking the time from your packed schedule to meet me this morning. 🇮🇳,” she captioned it.

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As we wondered what the two spoke about, Tweeple showered a series of funny one-liners and quirky witticisms on social media networking sites. As a result, Twitter has been buzzing with memes of the two along with hilarious captions — all in good humour though. Here are some of the tweets that will leave you in splits:

Meanwhile, PM Modi met German Chancellor Angela Merkel and the two issued a joint statement, in which the Indian PM focused heavily on climate change as well as Indo-German bilateral relations. The two leaders also went on to sign eight deals concerning various sectors.

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