Indian PM Narendra Modi enjoys golgappe with Japanese PM Fumio Kishida, Temjen Imna Along reacts
After Japanese PM Fumio Kishida was seen relishing golgappe with PM Narendra Modi, Nagaland minister Temjen Imna Along reacted to the video.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted images and videos of the various Indian street foods that Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida enjoyed during his recent visit in India. On Monday, both the prime ministers were at Buddha Jayanti Park in Delhi where they were relishing Indian dishes such as golgappe and lassi. As soon as the video of the two was shared, many people reacted to it, including Nagaland Minister Temjen Imna Along who shared a hilarious golgappe related tweet.
"When there is food, how can I not comment? Brother, one plain puri please. Looks like even The PM of Japan couldn't resist himself from trying India's Iconic 'Golgappe.' Guruji's style is different." wrote Temjen Imna Along as he reshared the video.
Take a look at the clip here:
This post was shared just a few hours ago. Since being shared, it has been viewed over 68,000 times and has more than 4,000 likes. Several people have commented on the clip.
Take a look at a few reactions below:
An individual posted, "Aap ko waha rehna chahiye tha (You should have been there.) Another person added, "This is epic. Bina sukhe ke kya maza (This is epic, there is no fun without a plain puri.) A third person added, "I like the way you tweet. Great going." Someone even shared a meme on the post to which Temjen Imna Along replied and said, “I can eat at least 70 + 3 sukha. Golgappa should be declared as the national time pass snack.”