A candid chat between Bollywood’s Khiladi Akshay Kumar and Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Akshay Kumar interviews PM Narendra Modi live updates: Akshay Kumar on Wednesday morning sat down for a non-political chat with Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar on Wednesday morning sat down for a non-political chat with Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Before the telecast of the interview, Akshay tweeted a few snippets of the interview on his Twitter account.
Do you ever wonder whether PM Modi manages to laugh during the heat of the election campaign? You’ll get the answer tomorrow at 9am @ANI, in an informal and non-political conversation that I got the chance to do with @narendramodi ji. Do watch! pic.twitter.com/pczNar7k3A— Akshay Kumar (@akshaykumar) April 23, 2019
The entire conversation was streamed by ANI. Akshay interacted with PM Modi at Lok Kalyan Marg.
PM Modi on what he learned from selling tea
"When I used to sell tea, I met a lot of people and got to learn about human nature. Luggage trains used to pass through my village. In the train, there would be people who transport cows and buffaloes. They had to spend three-four days at the station. I used to deliver tea to them and listen to the songs they brought along with them. So that's how I got fluent in speaking Hindi," says Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
PM Modi on his relaxation techniques
"There are a few habits which I had, but now it is difficult to do it. I like drinking tea at 5 am and then once in the evening. I also like to sit in the open and not in a closed room. I never celebrated Diwali. I used to go away for 3-4 days, and I would not be connected to the world at all for those days. Those days gave me a lot of strength. So, when I will retire, I want to do this again," says Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
I don't get time to watch films, says PM Modi
"I used to watch films back in the village. I watched Paa with Amitabh Bachchan and A Wednesday with Anupam Kher when they visited me during my tenure as CM of Gujarat. But now I don't get time to watch films," says Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
The entire interview is been telecasted by ANI.